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 »

How Fluoride Affects Your Health

At in , , Dr. and our team value the quality of healthcare we provide our patients all year round. When it comes to fluoride, there are health risks involved with fluoride exposure. Consider this, since 1997, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has mandated that all toothpaste which has fluoride include this warning on its packaging… Read more »

Weak Enamel: The Signs to Watch For

You know that it’s important to keep your teeth healthy and strong. You probably know that you should brush twice a day for two minutes at a time and that you should floss daily. Similarly, it’s important for you to keep your enamel, which is the hard protective layer of your teeth, healthy and strong…. Read more »

Filling Cavities with Composite

Cavities have been repaired using a variety of methods over the centuries of dental care. The two most common modern choices are amalgam, or silver, fillings, and composite. Composite fillings have come to take the place of amalgam fillings in nearly all dental applications because of the advantages they have. The first and most obvious… Read more »

A Healthy Lifestyle Will Result in a Healthy Smile

If you want a strong and healthy smile, then it’s best to have a healthy lifestyle. That’s right, a healthy lifestyle can help more than just your overall body. However, our team understands that having a healthy lifestyle might be a bit difficult if you’re not sure what a healthy lifestyle entails. But our dental… Read more »

Understanding the Potential Causes of TMJ Disorder

The temporomandibular joints that hinge your jaw are somewhat complex, which allows them to perform the sophisticated movements of biting, chewing and grinding food. This is possible thanks to a series of muscles, tendons, and ligaments working in concert with the jaw. This allows your lower jaw to slip and apply grinding force. Unfortunately, there… Read more »

Enjoy October Smiles

Along with Halloween, October is National Dental Hygiene month! At in , , we are excited to share the message of Do The Daily 4, which are the four most important things you can do every day to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Dr.  and our team want to create oral health awareness for… Read more »

What Do You Know about Sleep Apnea?

Did you know that about 90% of people with sleep apnea haven’t been diagnosed? If you have sleep apnea, one of the only ways to officially diagnose this condition is to have a sleep study performed. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to help you deal with sleep apnea—and Dr. Marla Wilson… Read more »