Dark Chocolate and Your Pearly Whites

You probably know that sugary foods aren’t great for your teeth or for your overall health. However, did you know that other ingredients can positively affect the health of your mouth? Some foods, such as dark chocolate, could actually have a number of benefits. Sugary foods can create an environment where bad bacteria can grow… Read more »

The Severity of the Damaged Tooth Enamel Will Determine the Method Used to Repair It

There are various mundane things that can cause a chip in one or more of your teeth. It could be as simple as grinding your teeth at night or nibbling absentmindedly on pencils or pens. When your tooth enamel is chipped, it can create hard-to-clean areas that trap food particles and plaque. In time, this… Read more »

Diet Tips and Tricks for Positive Oral Health

Halloween is vastly approaching, which means many diets will be coming to an end. This year, our team here at in , , offers some tips and tricks to keep in your diet this year, which will help you and your family’s teeth stay in healthy tip-top shape. These tips and tricks include: 1. Water… Read more »

Our Dentists Can Now Use Dental Implants to Anchor a Bridge

When dental implants first appeared in the oral healthcare scene, they were primarily used to replace a single missing tooth. Over the course of time, dental implant technology has continued to evolve. Now, they can be used to create anchor points for a dental bridge to fill the large void left by multiple lost teeth…. Read more »

Dangers Posed by Enamel Erosion

Your tooth enamel is designed to protect the internal structures of your teeth, while also giving you the ability to bite off, chew and grind tough foods. It gets its amazing strength from densely packed microscopic mineral crystals. The density of these mineral crystals helps to prevent the bacteria in your mouth from forming cavities…. Read more »

Preventing Cavities and Tooth Sensitivity with Fluoride

Even though your teeth are tough, the corrosive effects of acidic foods and drinks as well as the natural bacteria in your mouth can erode the enamel on a microscopic level. This makes them more prone to developing cavities. This process, which is also known as demineralization, can be effectively counteracted by exposure to fluoride…. Read more »

Professional Teeth Whitening Procedures

As time passes it’s not uncommon for stains to darken your teeth. This could be compounded by other imperfections, like past dental work that no longer matches the current shade of your tooth enamel. In a situation like this, many people will consult with our dentists to help them select the best whitening method to… Read more »

The Ways to Prevent Dental Issues if You Have Grills

Did you know that your smile is prone to dental issues if you have grills? Well, it’s true, which is why it’s important to take extremely good care of your smile so you can keep your oral health in top-notch condition. Our team recommends doing so by doing the following things: Keep up on oral… Read more »

Bonding, Dental Bonding

Have you ever felt self-conscious about the color or appearance of your teeth? Feeling like you need to check yourself before giving a big smile is no way to live your life. Cosmetic bonding may be the solution you have been looking for. It is used to address many dental issues, cosmetic and otherwise. It… Read more »

Dry Mouth and Your Health

Xerostomia, or dry mouth, is a condition affecting your saliva production. When the salivary glands in your mouth lower their production, you may notice dryness in the mouth and throat, thick or stringy saliva along or unpleasant breath. You may experience difficulty chewing, talking, or swallowing, along with a change in taste. People with dry… Read more »