The Troublesome Signs of Gum Disease

Gum disease is a sneaky dental problem that tends to take over smiles without people noticing. It can slowly grow and advance in your mouth and threaten your teeth every waking moment. However, there are signs you can look for that lead to gum disease, and we recommend keeping an eye out for those so… Read more »

What Should I Use to Clean My Denture?

If you are a denture wearer, then you know how important it is to properly clean your appliance on a regular basis. But what do you need to use to clean it? Well, we are happy to tell you all about denture cleaners so you can keep your replacement teeth in tip-top shape! What are… Read more »

Dental Implants to Restore Oral Function due to Lost Teeth

When dental implants first emerged onto the oral health care scene over two decades ago they were primarily used to replace a single tooth that was missing as a result of advanced tooth decay or an injury that required extraction. As dental implant technology has continued to develop they have come into common practice with… Read more »

How Your Toothbrush Can Brighten Your Smile

As 2016 begins, now is the time to ring in better oral health! One of the simplest, quickest ways to support a healthier mouth is by changing your toothbrush. The purpose of a toothbrush is to remove plaque and to stimulate your gums to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Manual Toothbrushes: Your manual toothbrush… Read more »

What is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Have you had an accident or an illness that damaged your smile? Are you unhappy with the status of your pearly whites for any reason? If so, please schedule an appointment with your dentist. They will be able to meet your needs and help you have the smile you’ve always dreamed of. Unfortunately, sometimes patients… Read more »

What is a Dental Bridge?

If you’ve lost two or more teeth in the same part of your mouth, you might want to consider getting a bridge. A bridge is essentially a new tooth often made from ceramic or porcelain. The bridge is anchored in place by crowns on two of the surrounding teeth. Without a bridge in place, the… Read more »