Routine Care can Extend the Life of your Custom Night Guard

Your custom night guard represents an investment in protecting your mouth from damage caused by grinding your teeth. The added comfort of a custom-fitted night guard encourages regular use. With basic care and maintenance your night guard can last for many years to come. You should rinse the night guard... Read more »

Preparation and Aftercare Tips for Recovering from Multiple Tooth Extractions

While you are taking excellent care of your smile with your daily brushing and flossing routine, there are times when you may need to give up some of your pearly whites. Advanced gum disease, mouth injury or trauma, advanced tooth decay and preparation for dentures are all common reasons why... Read more »

Why Choose Invisalign®? Find Out Here!

If you are ready to receive your dream smile and straighten your teeth, talk to your dentist about Invisalign®. Invisalign is an excellent option for anyone choosing to straighten their teeth discreetly. Invisalign aligners are small, thin, clear appliances that snap over your teeth. Thanks to the snap-on technology, there... Read more »

Three Signs that You Might Need Root Canal Therapy

Do you think a cavity or a root canal would be worse? If you said root canal, you aren’t alone. But, did you know that patients who have had root canals usually say the two are comparable? But, do you know what the common signs of a problem with a... Read more »

Choosing the Right Brand of Toothpaste

Along with dental floss, toothpaste is one of the most important weapons you have in the battle against bacterial plaque. Toothpaste is intended to improve your toothbrush’s ability to remove residual food particles and plaque. In the long term plaque buildup can become tartar which can cause inflammation in the... Read more »

What You Need to Know About an Abscess

An abscess—or a pocket of pus—can lead to a variety of problems, such as pain, swelling, and discomfort. But, why do abscesses form? And what can you do to avoid this unpleasant situation? If an infection reaches the center layer of your tooth, an abscess could form. Usually, abscesses are... Read more »

2 Foods Your Teeth Should Avoid

Who doesn’t love snack foods? Between the candy and the chips, it’s hard not to stay away from our favorite snack foods and treats. But did you know that they are causing more harm than good for your teeth? Today we’re going to show you why these foods aren’t the... Read more »

Missing Tooth Solutions

You’ve had severe decay or an injury that caused the loss of a tooth. What now? Missing teeth can make simple things like eating and speaking difficult. The gap in your smile can even cause embarrassment. Your dentist may suggest dental implants or dentures. Dental implants are made up of... Read more »

Benefits of Mouthwash

Mouthwash in different brands, sizes, and flavors line the aisles of the personal hygiene section at the grocery store, but how often do you think about the benefits that come with using mouthwash daily? The list could go on forever, but here are some of the most important benefits in... Read more »

Root Canals: Explained

What is a root canal? Root canal treatment, also called Endodontic treatment, is needed when the pulp, or the innermost layer of the tooth, becomes infected or inflamed. Pulp inflammation can occur for many different reasons, but most stem from deep tooth decay, repeated dental procedures on one tooth, or... Read more »