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Summer Smile Essentials: Dental Anxiety Treatments

Dental anxiety is a condition in which a person feels stressed or afraid of the dentist office or oral health care treatments. Although dental anxiety should never be overlooked, there are numerous quick and easy techniques to help you deal with any discomfort, pain, or stress you may feel in regard to your dental care…. Read more »

Flossing Each Day Is Important In Preventing Gum Disease

The American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth twice a day, and floss at least once each day. Doing so is a big part of removing food particles and plaque from your mouth, which reduces your chances of suffering from cavities or gum disease. Flossing at the gumline and behind your last molar… Read more »

Are You Familiar With Oral Conscious Sedation

Do you experience anxiety when it’s time to visit your dentist for any kind of oral care? Well, you can actually relax when it comes to seeing our dental specialists at in , , as Dr. is pleased to offer oral conscious sedation for our patients. Our goal is to provide quality care combined with a… Read more »

What Are the Different Types of Dental Fillings?

Have you ever wondered what the different types of dental fillings are? Although there are many varieties of dental fillings, amalgams and composites remain some of the most productive, effective, and safe filling treatments in dentistry today. For a list of benefits, see below: – If you wish for your dental filling to aesthetically complement… Read more »

Overcoming Toothaches

A toothache refers to pain and discomfort as the result of damaged nerve endings within a tooth. The nerve endings lie within the pulp deep within a tooth, which means serious damage or infection has occurred and must be treated as soon as possible. Look for the following signs of a toothache to determine your… Read more »

All Smiles Can Benefit from Dental Veneers

All smiles can benefit from dental veneers. Dental veneers are highly advanced types of cosmetic dentistry designed to vastly improve the look of your teeth by placing a small, customizable shell on the fronts of teeth for an enhanced appearance of your smile. Dental veneers can be designed for a single tooth that appears out… Read more »

Practice Your Oral Health Habits from Infancy to Old Age

If you want to ensure your teeth can last a lifetime, practice your oral health habits from infancy to old age. Although your teeth may wear down from use over time, this does not mean they are eventually destined to fail. With the proper care, your teeth can continue to serve you well for the… Read more »

Are You Ready for Your Special Day? Make Sure Your Smile Doesn’t Disappoint

Your wedding day is one of the biggest days of your life, which is why you do your absolute best to make sure everything is perfect. As we’re sure you have a long checklist of wedding agendas and tasks, we encourage you to add your smile to the list if you feel self-conscious or embarrassed… Read more »

A Distressed Filling Might Require a Crown Restoration

Dr. commonly uses fillings made from amalgam and composite resin to repair a small to medium-sized cavity. While these special materials are known to be impervious to bacterial decay, the surrounding tooth enamel can still be susceptible. The passage of time and any inconsistencies in your daily oral hygiene routine can encourage the natural bacteria… Read more »

Your New Crown Restoration Needs Added Focus in Your Daily Oral Hygiene Regimen

The dental crown restoration in your mouth replaced the tooth enamel layer of a tooth suffering from decay, dental fracture or significant cosmetic imperfections. Even though it is cast from a material that is invulnerable to tooth decay, you shouldn’t be tempted to forgo providing it the same oral hygiene attention you give your natural… Read more »