How to Solve Bad Breath

Do you suffer from bad breath, which is also called halitosis? There are a variety of methods to reach a mouth that feels fresh and clean. Brush and floss more often. The buildup on your teeth, which is called plaque, collects the bacteria that causes bad breath. Be sure to brush your teeth twice a… Read more »

Bleaching Gel for a Brighter, Whiter Smile

Stains on your teeth from dark foods and drink, tobacco use or the natural process of aging can leave you wanting a brighter, whiter smile. The degree of staining on your teeth will determine which whitening products or procedures are called for to restore the white smile you’ve always wanted. You should always talk to… Read more »

The ADA Is Looking out for You

When you walk down the dental aisle of your favorite supermarket or drugstore, do you get anxious scouring all the various choices to find what you are looking for? Whether you are trying to find the best mouthwash or dental pick, you don’t have to take it home to try it out for yourself just… Read more »

Are You a Good Candidate for Dental Implants?

In the past 25 years, dental implants have changed the face of dentistry. They are a replacement for the root (or roots) of a tooth which has fallen out. What determines if a person can receive this kind of dental restoration, and is age a factor? Children are not a good candidate for dental implants,… Read more »

Athletes: How Can You Protect Your Oral Health

If you play sports—or if your child plays sports—you probably know how important it is to wear a mouthguard. A custom mouthguard can protect your falling out, cracking, and chipping. Your dentist can even create a custom mouthguard that will offer you more comfort and protection. Sadly, if you are an athlete you are at… Read more »

The Reasons Behind Your Sensitive Teeth

Do you have trouble eating or drinking foods and drinks that are hot and cold? Do you have trouble brushing your teeth from time to time because of the pain you experience? If so, you may be suffering from tooth sensitivity, and we are happy to help you understand a little more about the condition…. Read more »

Planning for Gum Surgery

Gum disease, gingivitis and periodontitis are serious conditions. If left unchecked, your periodontitis might require surgery. If so, you’ll need to know what to expect and things you can do to help speed the recovery process. The type of procedure you had will influence your general recovery time. It’s a good idea to plan your… Read more »