Dental Fluorosis: What You Should Know

Would you be surprised to hear that there are a number of steps you should take to keep your kid’s teeth healthy? For example, you may know that you should help your children keep their pearly whites clean. Brushing and flossing are also important to caring for your oral health, but have you heard that… Read more »

Do Your Front Teeth Need Aligning? MTM® Clear Aligners Can Help!

What happens if your front teeth are crooked, but the rest of your smile is fine? If you are looking for an alignment system that doesn’t involve all of your pearly whites, MTM® Clear Aligner system can accomplish this. Our team is excited to offer these innovative aligners for our patients. Dr. in , has… Read more »

Do You Know the Benefits of CEREC® Dental Crowns?

Do you know the benefits of CEREC® dental crowns? Did you know that CEREC dental crowns can be built at your dentist office instead of being sent off to a lab while you wait for weeks on end for your dental crown? Oftentimes with dental crowns, their need is immediate, and although temporary crowns can… Read more »

Are You Prepared for When Your Child Begins to Teethe?

Are you prepared for when your child begins to teethe? It is important to help them cope with the sometimes-painful condition. Teething is completely natural in children, as it is merely the process of teeth emerging above the gum line. However, it can often cause distress and pain for the child, so various treatment methods… Read more »

Have You Been Suffering Through Jaw Pain? We Can Help You

If you have noticed a lack of mobility, pain, and a popping sound located in the region where your neck meets your jaw, you possibly have temporomandibular pain or temporomandibular disorder (TMJ pain, and TMJ disorder, for short). Both of these issues can cause you pain while speaking or eating. There are several ways to… Read more »

Low pH Means High Acidity, Which Causes Tooth Decay

If a substance is said to have low pH, then that means the acidity is high. The lower the pH level, the higher the acidity. Thus, foods with very low pH levels are often more dangerous for your tooth enamel. For instance, sour candy has some of the lowest pH levels in the entire food… Read more »

TMJ Disorder: What You Should Know

Do you have consistent pain in your jaw? If so, you may have TMJ disorder. This condition can affect your teeth, but also affects the hinge that allows you to move your jaw up and down. As you may have guessed, TMJ disorder can affect the way you chew, which can lead to a number… Read more »

Cavities and Genetics: What You Should Know

Did you know that there are people who don’t brush their teeth but still don’t get cavities? Other brush and floss their teeth regularly, but still find themselves fighting tooth decay. Sadly, some people are more vulnerable to cavities than others are, but did you know that you could be more vulnerable to tooth decay… Read more »

Prevent Gum Disease with Optimum Oral Health Care

Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a disease of the mouth caused by tissue loss around teeth. Over time, gum disease can result in the gums no longer being stable or healthy enough to hold teeth in place, resulting in tooth loss. Prevent gum disease with optimum oral health care. Although not at… Read more »

Dental Veneers: The Pearly Whites You’ve Been Waiting For

Have you been trying to get whiter teeth and nothing seems to be achieving the level you are hoping for? You are in luck because dental veneers can provide you with the pearly whites you’ve been desiring. Each veneer can be crafted to fit your needs and bonded to each tooth that you need to… Read more »