We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Is teeth brushing really so complicated? Not really, most of us learned how to brush when we were little children. Unfortunately, many of us learned incorrect techniques. Even if we learned the correct way, we don’t always take the time to brush correctly. Mornings are busy times in most households, but don’t slack off on brushing. You just need two…Continue reading
Your most stunning outfit will have a greater impact if it’s accompanied by a stunning smile. If you’re less than satisfied with the quality or appearance of your smile, then the Invisalign system of aligner trays may provide you with the beautifully straight, even teeth you want. Best of all, the Invisalign trays are virtually invisible, so no one will…Continue reading
Sleep apnea is a physical disorder that affects more than 22 million Americans, and they may be unaware that they have the condition, but it can lead to severe health issues if not treated. By learning the signs and symptoms, you can determine if you need to seek a diagnosis and treatment for sleep apnea. How Many Types of Sleep…Continue reading
According to data collected by The New York Times, tooth fractures are increasing at a potentially alarming rate during the pandemic. One reason for this sharp increase may be bruxism, which is generally more prevalent during periods of high stress for individuals and groups. The COVID-19 outbreak has put considerable personal and financial stress on many families across the United…Continue reading
Our mouths provide us with the ability to speak, drink, eat and smile. In addition to that, they also serve as the entry to our respiratory and digestive tracts. The Mayo Clinic states that the condition of your mouth plays an important role in your overall health. This means that you need to take care of your teeth and gums.…Continue reading
What Are Dental Implants? Dental implants function as artificial tooth roots and are inserted into the jawbone. After the body of the implant fuses to the jawbone, it acts as a sturdy base for an artificial tooth or an implant-supported bridge. Many people choose dental implants to replace a missing tooth or many teeth, and they are a great option…Continue reading
Have you noticed that your gums bleed a little bit when you brush or floss? Maybe someone has kindly mentioned that you don’t have breath that’s as fresh as it used to be. In either case, you might have gingivitis, the earliest stage of periodontal disease, also called gum disease. Keep reading to learn the signs of gingivitis, its causes,…Continue reading
There are many types of dental emergencies, ranging from infections of the tooth and gum to chipped or broken teeth. All of these situations require emergency dental care to alleviate pain, prevent infection, and reduce the risk of tooth loss. Since dental emergencies often occur outside of normal business hours, a walk-in dental clinic may be your best option for…Continue reading
Dentists frequently see patients with worn teeth, tooth injuries, cavities, chips, cracks, and gum disease. In some cases, the damage was caused by a bad dental habit. We all have a few bad habits, and some of them can do serious damage to our dental health. If you recognize your bad behaviors and change them, you may prevent many expensive…Continue reading
When you’re on vacation, the last thing you want to deal with is a broken denture or a lost crown. Unfortunately, dental emergencies can and do happen at the worst times. When you’re far from home, it may be difficult or impossible to find an emergency dentist. It’s wise to obtain information about emergency dental services before you leave home.…Continue reading