The Finer Details of Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a frequently occurring but serious and often undetected sleep disorder in which your breathing patterns are broken up while you sleep. If your sleep apnea remains untreated, you run the risk of heart attacks, stroke, and worse. Be aware there are many risk factors that can increase your chances of developing sleep… Read more »

Do You Dread the Dental Office? If So, Here is Some Information that Can Help You Feel Better

Sometimes the dental office can be a scary place for many. However, at , our dental team works hard to help you have the best dental experience possible. To help you feel at ease before you come to our office, Dr. would be happy to tell you about how we can help you. The first… Read more »

Travel Tips for Healthy Teeth

Vacation time is here, and you are ready to go. But are your teeth? Remember these tips to keep your teeth safe and your smile bright for all those touristy photos. Toothbrush Storage: Storing a toothbrush in open air is usually the best option–but when traveling, that’s not often possible. It is more important when… Read more »

Optimal Flossing Methods for Healthy Teeth

Optimal flossing methods are an essential aspect of a good oral hygiene routine. The more you can do to advance your cleaning habits, specifically your brushing and flossing routines, the better the chance that your smile will flourish. The first step is to simply ensure that you floss every single day. It is necessary that… Read more »

A Dental Bleaching Treatment Can Safely Whiten Significant Dental Stains

When dental stains manage to saturate deep into your tooth enamel it can leave you feeling uncomfortable with your smile’s appearance. At the same time, many of the whitening products sold in stores lack the potency or necessary safety to fully restore your white smile. In a situation like this, the wisest course of action… Read more »

Thumb Sucking and the Effects on Your Child’s Mouth

Young children and babies tend to suck on their thumbs as a natural soothing method to comfort themselves or help them fall asleep. Children tend to stop sucking their thumbs by the time they’re 2 or 4 years old, about when their primary teeth come out. If your child continues sucking their thumbs, our team… Read more »

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 »