If you are missing one or multiple teeth, you can have your smile restored with dental implants. Check out our blog post to learn about dental implants, including the requirements to be considered a good candidate.
Everyone wants a beautiful white smile, but how do you keep yours? Good oral hygiene like regular brushing and flossing is necessary, of course, but there are other ways you can keep your teeth white, too. Check out our blog post for five.
Our team relishes the opportunity to provide quality dental care to entire families. We know firsthand that taking a young child to a bustling place like a dentist’s office can be nerve-wracking — for children and parents alike! Read our blog post for some tips on how to prepare your child for the dentist.
If you see your gums bleed when you floss, it’s time to take a closer look at your oral care. Read our blog post where we go over the reasons why you may be seeing red, and what you can do to stop it.
A smile can be your best accessory, but so many of us struggle with the insecurities that stem from dull, yellowed teeth. If that sounds like you, professional whitening could be the answer. Read our blog post to learn how professional whitening can benefit your smile, leaving it bright and beautiful.
Read our blog post for tips to care for your clear aligners. Contact us for more ways to make the most of your orthodontic treatment.
While brushing, flossing, and regular visits to our office for cleanings and exams are important ways to protect the health of your teeth, caring for your oral health extends beyond just your oral hygiene. Read our blog post for a look at habits you should avoid to keep your pearly whites healthy and strong.
April is one of our favorite months. Why? Because it’s Oral Health Month! And to kick things off, we like to celebrate Dental Hygienists Week, which is the second week of April. Read our blog post for a look at a day in the life of a dental hygienist.
Are you in need of oral healthcare but worried that it’s going to cost you too much money? Read our blog post to learn about options to help give you the best care at an affordable price.
You know that sugar, sweets, and candies are not good for the health of your teeth. This is because bacteria in your mouth feed off of sugar to create plaque that can break down teeth and lead to cavities. But what about chocolate? Read our blog post to learn about chocolate and teeth. The facts may surprise you.