Two Great Options for Replacing Teeth

Although permanent teeth are meant to last for a lifetime, they can be lost because of an injury, untreated gum disease, or another problem. Having the tooth or teeth replaced can not only enhance your appearance, it can restore your ability to speak and chew properly. But what are your options? Speak to Dr. about… Read more »

Erosion and Your Enamel

When your tooth enamel begins to wear down, it is called dental erosion. Dental erosion is an affliction that many people deal with throughout their lives. Teeth are made of three layers:  enamel, dentin, and pulp. The outer layer, enamel, protects the inner dentin and pulp from bacteria and external exposure. If the dentin or… Read more »

A Partial Can Replace Multiple Missing Teeth

Losing multiple teeth in one part of your mouth can significantly obstruct your ability to process food effectively. In many cases, Dr. can reinstate the presence of these teeth with dental implants or a bridge. However, this may require one or two oral surgeries and an extended timeline. If you’re uncomfortable with these factors, Dr…. Read more »

A Dental Crown Might Be Needed to Prevent a Severe Cavity from Developing on a Chipped Tooth

There are times when grinding your teeth, crunching on ice, or using your teeth as tools can apply so much force that it chips one of your teeth. Even if you don’t feel any immediate discomfort in the tooth, you should still have it examined by a professionally trained dentist like Dr. . If the… Read more »

A Dental Bridge Can Be Used to Restore the Full Function of Your Mouth After Tooth Loss

When a tooth is lost to an untreated cavity or a treatment based tooth extraction it can certainly limit your ability to efficiently chew food. It can also impact the clarity of your speech and potentially affect the appearance of your smile. To fully restore the function and appearance of your mouth, Dr. can install… Read more »

A Toothache Caused by a Distressed Dental Filling Needs Professional Treatment from a Dentist

When the natural bacteria in your mouth are bolstered by poor oral hygiene, it can affect your mouth in a variety of ways. While this can certainly increase your risk of suffering new cavities and gum disease problems, it can also affect one of your existing dental fillings. If the natural bacteria in your mouth… Read more »

Oral Health Services: Risky Food Avoidance

Always shield your teeth and gums from the perils of tooth decay. This contains being mindful of what you eat. Your waistline depends on you eating the right foods, but so does your gum line. If you are not wary, foods can raise your risk for tooth decay and gum disease. Your oral health services… Read more »

Porcelain Dental Veneers Can Restore the Cosmetic Appearance of Your Teeth

An unappealing smile with teeth affected by stained tooth enamel, physical, and other cosmetic imperfections can hamper your self-esteem. While a professional whitening treatment can remove set in dental stains, it cannot improve physical imperfections. In a situation like this, Dr. might recommend cosmetically restoring your smile’s appearance with dental veneers and porcelain dental crowns…. Read more »

Helpful Info About Dental Implants

Dr. may suggest dental implants in , , if you are missing one or more teeth. A dental implant consists of an post that is surgically placed into the jawbone and a dental restoration, like a dental crown. At our office, we provide the dental implant restoration. Dental implants have many advantages. In a nutshell,… Read more »

Tips on How to Care for Your Denture

Dentures help you eat, drink, smile, and chew every day. This means they are used quite often. Because of this, they need to be cleaned regularly so you can keep them in the best condition possible. To properly clean your denture, rinse it after you’ve eaten. This can help you avoid plaque buildup and stuck-on… Read more »