Getting Dentures to Fit Right

Donning false teeth can be a huge adjustment for lots of people. If you’ve been fitted for dentures just recently, don’t worry; the team at in , , has amassed this post for you to assist you as you ease into this transition. If you are new to donning false teeth, your dentist may endorse… Read more »

This Thanksgiving, Be Thankful for Your Smile

With the holidays in full swing, we find ourselves being thankful for the good things in our lives. Family and friends, good food, and our health. Don’t forget to be thankful for your oral health along the way! Healthy teeth and gums give us so much, the ability to speak, to chew and eat our food,… Read more »

Protecting Your Child’s Smile While Using a Sippy Cup

More and more children today are finding themselves with cavities, including toddlers. Of course, the culprit is sugar, and more to the point, sippy cups seem to be the common denominator. Sippy cups are marvelous inventions; they allow your toddler to transition from a bottle to a cup without the mess involved until they can… Read more »

Chemotherapy and Your Oral Health

Well-known side effects of chemotherapy include nausea and hair loss. One that is not so well known is that over a third of cancer patients can also develop dental health issues such as a burning, peeling or swelling tongue, oral infections, a pain in the mouth and gums, dry mouth, and a transformation in taste…. Read more »

What Does It Take to Make Night Guards?

If you deal with morning headaches or jaw pain, you are perhaps suffering from bruxism, also called nightly teeth grinding. We can make you a special mouth guard (known as a night guard) that you wear while sleeping to foil any pearly whites from grinding or rubbing together; no one should have to agonize over… Read more »

The Things You Should Not Do After Oral Surgery

Oral surgery is a great way to restore your oral health and improve the health of your smile. However, that’s only the case if you take the recovery process seriously and heal properly. So, please remember to follow your dentist, Dr. ’s, instructions so you can have a top-notch mouth. To help you, our dental… Read more »

What Should I Do If a Disaster Strikes and I Can’t Contact My Dentist?

When you develop a disaster plan for your family, it’s important to keep your oral health in mind. If a natural disaster occurs, there is a good chance your dentist won’t be able to be reached. This can be quite troubling if you are having problems with your smile. So, at this point, it’s best… Read more »

Smile Maker: Optimum Oral Health Care Methods

Keeping your mouth away from the dangers of our world is easier than you think. There are numerous helpful treatments available to keep your smile safe. Listed below are a few excellent oral health care tips and techniques to implement to ensure your smile lasts as long as you do: – Brush your teeth twice-daily…. Read more »

A Dental Bridge Can Restore Your Missing Tooth

When one of your teeth is lost to an untreated cavity or an accident, tt can affect how your mouth functions and can also affect the quality of your life. Even if you learn to live with the decreased ability to chew, the space in your mouth can change your appearance, cause you to slur… Read more »

What Is the ADA Seal of Acceptance?

We’ve all heard about brushing our teeth twice a day and flossing once a day as the basis for oral hygiene. But who makes these guidelines?  The American Dental Association provides a number of guidelines and daily recommendations to help you maintain the health of your mouth throughout your life. Not all oral hygiene products… Read more »