Implants vs. Dentures: Which is Right for You?

added on: October 6, 2021

If you’re dealing with tooth loss, you’re not alone. The American College of Prosthodontists estimates that 178 million Americans are affected by this serious problem. We understand the significant role a healthy smile plays in self-confidence and the far reaching-impact tooth loss can have on a patient’s quality of life…. Read More…


How Do Teeth Become Stained?

added on: August 30, 2021

There’s no shortage of teeth whitening solutions. From in-office lasers to at-home whitening kits and snap-on veneers, there have never been more ways to achieve a white smile! But, before you order a custom kit or hit up the drugstore for whitening strips, there’s more you should know about teeth… Read More…


Are There Options for Repairing Severely Damaged Teeth?

added on: July 29, 2021

Anyone who has ever experienced the agony of a toothache knows that poor oral health is more than an inconvenience; it negatively impacts your quality of life. Not only can damaged teeth cause physical pain, but they can also create extreme self-consciousness and pose significant health risks if left untreated…. Read More…


Who Needs Full Mouth Reconstruction?

added on: June 30, 2021

If full mouth reconstruction has been suggested as a treatment option, you might be wondering if you really need it. Extensive dental work can be intimidating, but the results can also be life-changing. What is full mouth reconstruction? Full mouth reconstruction involves a combination of dental treatments to rebuild or restore… Read More…


Save Your Tooth or Pull It?

added on: May 29, 2021

If you’ve been experiencing tooth pain, your inclination might be to just pull the problematic tooth and be done with it! Unfortunately, it’s not always that simple. So, before you choose to extract it, make sure you take time to understand the ramifications. Benefits of saving a natural tooth When… Read More…


Spring Means Blooms, Sunshine & Oral Cancer Screenings

added on: April 30, 2021

April is oral cancer awareness month. While not as delightful as the other signs of spring – blooming trees and longer days – a focus on early detection is a beautiful thing. While oral cancer (oral cavity and oropharynx cancers collectively) accounts for almost 3% of all cancers diagnosed annually… Read More…

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How Cosmetic Dentistry Can Remake Your Smile after Tooth Damage, Loss, or Decay

added on: March 31, 2021

More than half of all respondents in a recent poll said they were insecure about the appearance of their teeth. If tooth damage, loss, or decay has you covering your mouth, take heart in knowing that you’re not destined to a tight-lipped smile forever! Thanks to cosmetic dentistry, there are… Read More…


Ouch! Do I Have Sensitive Teeth?

added on: March 3, 2021

Have you ever winced with sudden pain after gulping an icy beverage or slurping a spoonful of hot soup? If so, you’re likely one of the 40 million Americans the Academy of General Dentistry estimates experience tooth sensitivity each year. What causes tooth sensitivity? Tooth sensitivity (i.e., dentin hypersensitivity) occurs… Read More…


How Often Should I Brush My Teeth

added on: January 31, 2021

In an ideal world, we would all have a travel-sized toothbrush, toothpaste, and floss ready for use after every meal, snack, and coffee break. Realistically, however, this level of oral hygiene adherence rarely (if ever) occurs. So, what does that mean for those of us who generally go all day… Read More…


5 Tips to Maintain Healthy Teeth During the Holidays

added on: December 31, 2020

The holidays are here and with them come all the joys of the season – lights and decorations, time with friends and family, and those special treats we only get this time of year. Unfortunately, the special treats we love so much can lead to damaged teeth and an unwanted… Read More…


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