Caring for Your Invisalign® Aligners to Ensure a Healthy Smile

If you are straightening your smile with the help of Invisalign®, congratulations for going the extra mile to create a healthier, more beautiful smile. Today, our dental team would like to share some helpful tips for caring for your aligners properly as you transform your smile. Let’s take a look! — When you take out your aligner… Read more »

Treating an Extruded Tooth

Your teeth are tough. In fact, they are one of the toughest parts of the body. But they aren’t invincible. A collision while playing sports, a fall, an auto accident: these are just a few incidents that could result in an extruded tooth. What is an extruded tooth? “Extruded” is a dental term for a… Read more »

Save Your Smile with a Fluoride Supplement

Did you know that studies have shown that fluoride, in small doses, can actually improve your oral health by protecting your tooth enamel? It works by actively targeting your enamel and providing an additional layer of protection when working alongside saliva in your mouth. Save your smile with a fluoride supplement. Here’s how: – Fluoride… Read more »

Dental Exams Are Vital to Your Oral Health

Did you know dental exams are vital to your oral health care? Well, it’s true! Having dental exams regularly can reduce the chance of cavities and other oral health concerns. That is why our team here at in , , is happy to talk to you about why dental exams are vital to your oral… Read more »

Dealing with Enamel Erosion

You probably know that there are a number of things you could do if you’re interested in enjoying a healthy smile. For instance, you probably know that you should brush and floss your teeth if you’re interested in avoiding a cavity. However, did you know that a cavity could actually weaken your enamel and leave… Read more »

Restoring a Chipped Tooth with a Crown Is Often a Sound Preventative Measure

A chip can form on a tooth from any number of sources. A hard blow to the face during sports can easily chip a tooth. However, more banal sources, like grinding your teeth or nibbling on pencils and pens can also cause a chip in your tooth enamel. The most significant danger of damaged tooth… Read more »

Should You Choose a Crown or a Filling?

If you want to protect the health of your pearly whites, you probably know that there are a number of things you should do. Fortunately, there are several options that can help you meet the needs of your teeth. For example, either a crown or filling could help you, but each may be better for… Read more »

What Are Your Options for Gapped Teeth?

Do you have a gap in your front teeth? Do you have a larger gap caused by a missing tooth? If you do—and even if you don’t—you understand that these types of gaps can be embarrassing. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to address these problems. One option you can consider is dental… Read more »

Basic Information to Consider When Toothpaste Shopping

Your dentist and the American Dental Association recommend that you brush twice and floss your teeth once per day as part of an effective oral hygiene routine. Applying toothpaste to a soft-bristled toothbrush improves its ability to remove residual food particles and plaque from the surfaces of your teeth. At the same time, there are… Read more »

Inlay and Onlay Fillings Are Often Used to Repair Large Cavities in Premolars and Molars

It’s quite common for the occlusal, also known as biting surface, on premolars and molars to have deep pits and fissures in the tooth enamel. While these deeply textured areas make the teeth more efficient at chewing and grinding food, they can also be hard to clean. They could potentially trap residual food particles and… Read more »