Keep Your Oral Health and Dentures in Tip-Top Shape With These Tips

Do you think it’s unnecessary to clean your mouth when you have dentures? If so, you’re off base. It’s still very important to clean and care for your mouth when you have dentures, especially if you have partial dentures. So, to help you keep your mouth and appliance in tip-top shape, Dr. has some recommendations… Read more »

The Best Smiles are Possible with Laser Dentistry Care

The secret advantages of lasers are not easily known, but the truth is that lasers have been widely accepted in an assortment of dental procedures for over twenty years. With each passing decade, the field of dentistry is discovering new and better ways to implement lasers into dentistry to enhance the precision of our treatments…. Read more »

A Dental Fracture Needs to Be Examined and Treated by a Dentist

Chronic night grinding, and other bad oral habits can potentially chip one of your teeth. This can sometimes cause problems with increased sensitivity, and even invite a new cavity to form in the already distressed tooth. To prevent further complications, you should seek professional care at our dental office in , . If the fractured… Read more »

Crown Lengthening as Part of Your Dental Fix

Are you about to receive treatment for either a crown or filling? You know the process of putting one in, but you don’t know the process of crown lengthening needed to install these fixes? Dr. and trained professionals want to give you the information you need so you know you are receiving the best treatment…. Read more »

Steps to a Perfect Floss

After eating, you more than likely have leftover particles of food or sugar left in the nooks of your mouth. This results in bacteria growth, but flossing is the best way to immediately get rid of those irritating food fragments. Using floss helps prevent enamel damage, infections, gum (periodontal) diseases, and cavities. are prepared to… Read more »

A Cavity Is Often the Result of Oral Hygiene Inconsistencies

The American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth twice each day and floss in the evening. This is an important first line of defense against many common oral health conditions, such as gum disease and tooth decay. Unfortunately, if you are inconsistent with performing this daily regimen, or if you fail to be… Read more »

Replace Broken Teeth with Better Alternatives

Replace broken teeth with better alternatives. Tooth replacements such as dentures, dental implants, and dental bridges are all designed to look and function as good as or better than natural teeth. However, they all differ slightly from one another with each having its own set of advantages. Dentures are well known for their ability to… Read more »

Denture-Related Oral Atrophy Can Sometimes Be Counteracted by Denture Adhesive

When your dentures were originally designed at , they were intended to fit closely with the underlying structure of your mouth. However, as time goes on, the lack of direct connection from living teeth can cause the bone structure under your gums to atrophy. This can gradually cause your dentures to feel more and more… Read more »

Your Teeth and Laser Dentistry

Would you be surprised to hear that laser dentistry has actually existed for more than two decades? In recent years, treatments involving lasers have become more popular. Still, had you heard that there are several benefits to using laser dentistry? In reality, there are a number of treatments that can be performed with lasers. If… Read more »

The Effects of Gum Disease on Your Teeth

You may know that gum disease is a serious. Similarly, you may know that brushing and flossing can help you avoid this problem—but would you be surprised to learn that gum disease is actually a fairly common issue? To make matters worse, many individuals have gum disease without ever realizing it. Fortunately, our team can… Read more »