What Kinds of Holiday Foods Can Help Your Smile Stay Healthy?

Just because the holidays are upon us, that doesn’t mean we need to succumb to the sugary temptations all around us. In fact, while we are celebrating with friends, family, and attending office and other holiday parties, we can look for the tooth-friendly foods that might be offered. We would love to help your teeth… Read more »

Diabetes and Oral Health Facts You Need to Know

Diabetes can surprisingly cause a radical change in your dental health, both now and in future circumstances. Want to better understand the facts of diabetes and its effect on your oral health? Here are some important facts to know: – One thing that diabetes can make more difficult to handle is when infections such as… Read more »

The Enemies that Can Harm the Mouth

In order to achieve the strong and healthy smile you deserve, you need to keep dental enemies at bay. This is because those enemies can attack your teeth and gums, harm your smile, and alter the condition of your oral health. To help you keep these dental enemies at bay, our dentists, Drs. David G…. Read more »

Cavities: The Symptoms to Look Out For

Are you nervous that you have fallen victim to tooth decay? If so, our dentists, Drs. David G. Ogle, Samuel E. Schmitz, William R. Hart, & David Fickas, are happy to help you. There are many symptoms that tell that you might have a cavity, and we are happy to tell you all about them…. Read more »

Taking Care of Your Teeth This Holiday Season

The holidays can get extremely busy, and it’s easy to let the little things slide. Don’t let your dental hygiene routine be one of them! With all the treats (and photos!) of the holiday season, it is more important than ever to keep your smile bright. Remember that though there is room in your holiday… Read more »

What Are Some Oral Health Concerns to Be Aware of as You Age?

As an adult, you have probably already seen how aging can affect your smile just as it does your body. Today, our team would like to share some oral health concerns you should be aware of that can hurt your smile over time. And since October is National Dental Hygiene Month, we would like to… Read more »

Avoid an Abscess

Pain in your mouth should never be ignored. It is a sign that something is wrong and needs to be addressed. You may be aware of the source of your pain if, for example, you have a cavity or a broken tooth. But you also may have a crack in your tooth, which may be… Read more »

A Knocked Out Tooth That Can’t Be Implanted Back Into the Socket Might Be Replaced by a Dental Bridge

A severe blow to the face from an athletic accident or automotive collision has the potential to cause significant harm to your mouth. In some of these cases, enough force might be applied to knock a tooth out of the socket. In a situation like this, you should seek emergency dental care from a dentist… Read more »

Untreated Dry Mouth Can Increase Your Chances of Suffering from Cavities and Periodontal Health Problems

Your mouth is a complex part of the body with many different tissues and structures that work together to perform a wide range of functions. Your saliva glands are designed to produce saliva throughout the day. This serves to lubricate your mouth for ease of chewing and swallowing, while also moistening your mouth when you… Read more »

Revamp Your Smile with Dental Crowns

If your oral health is affected due to damaged teeth, you can revamp your smile with dental crowns. These durable dental grade porcelain crowns can be adjusted based on looks, shape, size, and even color. Dental crowns don’t just help your smile look better; they can even prevent broken teeth from any future damage. Here… Read more »