Signs Your Tooth Has a Cavity

The development of tooth decay is an important reason to visit the dentist right away, before the cavity will continue to grow and become severe, complicating treatment. Severe cavities can result in the need for root canal therapy to keep the tooth protected. We offer a review of early signs of a cavity so that you can receive treatment as... read more »

The Reasons Why You Should Clean Your Teeth

If you ever wonder why you should clean your teeth regularly, then our dentists, Dr. Michael K. Taylor, Dr. Danielle D. Gordon and Dr. Christopher A. Gordon are happy to help you better understand. Brushing, flossing, rinsing, and visiting our office are very important for maintaining a top-notch smile and oral health. We are happy to tell you the reasons... read more »

The Facts About Regular Dental Checkups

Flossing and brushing your teeth are important if you would like to enjoy a healthy smile. You probably also understand that you should visit a dentist regularly if you have any problems like pain, a cracked tooth, or swollen gums. Still, would you be surprised to learn that you should see our dentist twice a year even if your teeth... read more »

A Safe Smile Is a Healthy Smile, Especially for Teenagers

A safe smile is a healthy smile. As long as we continue to protect our teeth and gums from internal and external dangers, the greater the likelihood our mouth will be healthy. The life of a teenager, coupled with additional pressures from peers and social settings, make early adulthood an extremely trying time to keep your teeth safe. Our dentists... 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 is a versatile and powerful... 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 mouth also tend to have... read more »