The Ins and Outs of Dental Implants

If you have a missing tooth, it can cause problems. Those problems may be cosmetic such as feeling self-conscious and less confident because of a gap in your smile. Or the missing tooth may be making it difficult for you to speak or eat. There are multiple options available to replace missing teeth. One of… Read more »

8 Symptoms of Gum Disease

A common, but serious disease that affects many individuals over their lifetime is the result of infections of the gum tissue within a person’s mouth. This disorder is known as periodontal disease or gum disease. For more information about gum disease be on the lookout the following 8 symptoms of gum disease: – Do your… Read more »

Modest Lifestyle Changes Can Reduce Your Chances of Suffering an Oral Trauma

Here at , every member of our team is passionate and dedicated to helping people maintain good oral health. While this certainly starts with good oral hygiene habits to prevent cavities and gum disease, it also encompasses other factors. Dental trauma can pose a significant threat to your mouth and can affect your overall quality… Read more »

Be Careful What You Put into Your Child’s Baby Bottle

Be careful what you put into your child’s baby bottle. Even seemingly innocent products such as juice or sugar water can have a disastrous effect on the health of your child. As a general rule, you should avoid giving your child any sugar or sugar-heavy product when they are young, or your child could end… Read more »

Do You Need Complete or Partial Dentures?

Did you know that depending on the number of teeth to replace, dentures can be either complete or partial? Whether complete or partial, dentures are always designed to restore your full smile. Here are some facts about complete and partial dentures to help you know which is the better fit for you. COMPLETE DENTURES Complete… Read more »

Interdental Cleaning: Why Dental Floss Is Important

Why is dental floss so important? The reason we floss is because harmful materials and food residing in our mouths can combine with bacteria to form plaque. Plaque is capable of producing harmful acids that can eat through our tooth enamel and gum tissue, causing tooth decay and gum disease. Although plaque is easy enough… Read more »

Why Not Add These Tooth-Friendly Foods to Your Table?

Most people are familiar with what heart-healthy food is but tooth-friendly fare is not as commonly known. At , Dr. Brett Langston and Dr. Maria Pappas in , , want to share some healthy food tips to help you and your loved ones make healthy food choices. Tooth-Friendly Fare –Researchers at the University of Illinois… Read more »

Recover Your Smile Confidence

Do you have multiple issues with your smile needing help to recover you smile confidence? If so, we are here to help. If you currently have issues interfering with your smile’s function and appearance, full mouth reconstruction uses a combination of dental restoration treatments to replace most or all of the teeth in your smile…. Read more »

Dental Implants: How to Take Care of Your New-and-Improved Tooth

A dental implant can restore your smile and oral health for many years. However, that’s only the case if you do all you can to keep it in tip-top shape. So, please remember to take care of your new-and-improved tooth on a regular basis. You can do so by doing the following things: –Keep up… Read more »

Keep Your Smile in Tip-Top Shape by Avoiding These Medical Conditions

Did you know there are certain medical conditions that can harm your smile and alter your oral health? Well, it’s true, unfortunately. This is why it’s important to do all you can to take good care of your teeth and gums on a regular basis. That way you’ll increase your chances of having a top-notch… Read more »