What You Need to Know About Loose Dentures

As you probably know, dentures are usually thought of as a restoration option for the elderly. For this reason, most people don’t usually think of dentures as an option for replacing missing teeth. However, would you be surprised to learn that dentures can actually be extremely useful for anyone who is missing teeth—regardless of their… Read more »

Improving the Strength of Your Tooth Enamel

Your tooth enamel is designed to protect the internal structures of your teeth, while also giving you the ability to bite off, chew and grind tough foods. It gets its amazing strength from densely packed microscopic mineral crystals. The density of these mineral crystals helps to prevent the bacteria in your mouth from forming cavities…. Read more »

Implanting a Bridge to Effectively Restore Multiple Lost Teeth

If you’ve lost multiple teeth in a row due to an accident, blow to the face or severe tooth decay, you might be interested in your tooth-replacement options. Here at , we often advocate that patients who are in a situation like this have the missing teeth replaced by an implant-supported dental bridge. Sometimes, when… Read more »

Your Temporary Crown Requires Special Daily Care

When Dr. secured your temporary crown over the tooth, it was not intended to restore the full function of the tooth. The temporary crown’s only job is to protect the tooth. If it is damaged, cracked, comes loose, or falls out, it could cause significant complications and even damage the tooth. As a result, your… Read more »

Discolored Teeth? We can Help!

Are you ever worried about the color of your teeth? If so, you’re far from alone. In fact, did you know that Americans spend $1.4 billion dollars every year on home whitening kits? If you’re unhappy with the color of your smile, we recommend giving us a call—but wouldn’t it be nice to avoid the… Read more »

What Does Sugar Really Do to Your Teeth?

Sugar often gets a bad rap in the media, with links to obesity, diabetes, and heart disease, among other things. But what does it do to your teeth? What about other diet or eating habits? How can you most improve your dental health and prevent problems in the future? To begin, sugar does have a… Read more »

Learning About Dental Veneers

When it comes to perfecting your smile, dental veneers are a popular way to go. Thousands of people have turned to cosmetic dentistry in order to enhance their appearance, self-confidence, and smile because of the successful results dental veneers has to offer. For those of you who may not know, dental veneers are very small,… Read more »

Dealing with a Knocked Out Tooth

Dental emergencies are always a serious cause for concern. One of the more common dental emergencies involves having a tooth knocked out. This is especially true if you participate in athletic activities or contact sports without a custom fitted mouth guard. If a tooth is knocked out cleanly, there is a chance that it can… Read more »

Tips and Techniques for Maintaining Your Dental Implants

Dental implants represent a serious investment in your long-term oral form and function. With the proper care, the implanted anchors, hardware and the custom-fitted crown have the potential to last for many years to come. Just like natural teeth and dental implants with crowns, the abutment anchors will require regular brushing. Food particles, bacteria and… Read more »

How to Maintain Dental Health with Sealants

Dental sealants are thin, plastic coatings that successfully shield the teeth from tooth decay and harmful substances, like bacteria and food particles. They are generally best for children and teenagers who are between the ages of 6 and 14; however, adults can benefit from them as well if they have a smile that is free… Read more »