Do you have a chronic toothache? Every wonder why you develop toothaches? Pain in your teeth can often be a warning sign of a serious oral health problem. Instead of ignoring the issue, you should see a dentist right away. With the right restorative treatments, we can address discomfort and restore your tooth to full… Read more »
Month: February 2015
A beautiful smile can improve your appearance and provide a boost to your self-esteem. Unfortunately, a variety of issues can develop to dull the appearance of your teeth. With cosmetic dentistry, we can correct smile imperfections and help you achieve a beautiful smile.
As your grow older, your oral health needs will change. Understanding the care that the elderly and older Americans will need is vital to maintaining a healthy smile. From checkups to tooth replacement, we can help our older patients enjoy a functional and attractive smile. Find out more about our approach to senior dental care.
We’re two months into 2015, have you scheduled your first dental cleaning of the year yet? While our schedules can become busy very fast, don’t be tempted to forgo your routine appointment. A dental cleaning can help protect your smile from gum disease, tooth decay, and other dental health problems.
How often do you see the dentist for an exam? Having your teeth carefully examined by a dentist is essential to maintaining good oral health. What does a checkup involve? Does everyone need one?
Did you know that with the right steps you can help prevent the onset of common dental problems? We believe in offering our patients the latest in preventive dentistry. From avoiding tooth decay to combating gum disease, a preventive approach can help ensure a lifetime of healthy and whole smiles.
As a parent, you want the very best for your child. Ensuring good overall health for your little one needs to include regular visits to the dentist. Wondering when your child should see the dentist? People are often surprised to find out that dental care for kids begins as soon as the first tooth arrives…. Read more »
Losing your teeth can lead to embarrassment about your appearance. Many people even avoid social interactions with friends. To enjoy a whole and beautiful smile, you need to restore your smile to full function and health once again. To accomplish this, many dental professionals now offer tooth replacement with dental implants.
Do you have one or more missing teeth? We frequently have patients come to us asking: How do I replace missing teeth? Fortunately, there are actually multiple options for restoring lost teeth and allowing patients to eat and speak with comfort and ease. In addition, a full smile promotes improved oral health.
To many patients, the need for root canal therapy might be taken as bad news. While it can be unsettling, you can take heart in the fact that your tooth can still be saved. Treating a tooth’s root canal(s) is usually a last resort, prescribed only when a dental filling or crown alone will not… Read more »