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 »

The Tips Regarding How to Deal With a Broken Tooth

Dental emergencies can be scary and quite nerve wracking, but it’s important to stay calm and keep a cool head. Then, there are certain things you need to do. Today, Dr. and our dental team would like to give you instructions on how to handle a broken tooth. The first thing you need to do… Read more »

Why You Should Consider Replacing Your Missing Teeth With Dental Implants

Do you ever think about what it would be like if you replaced your missing tooth with a dental implant in , ? If so, our dentist, Dr. , will be more than happy to tell you! You would be greatly benefitted; let us tell you why. First, a dental implant can beautify your smile… Read more »

Permanent Teeth 101

If you’re interested in knowing more about permanent teeth, this blog is perfect for you! Permanent teeth typically grow into place in the younger years of life when they replace the primary teeth, which are also called the baby teeth. They are used to talk, eat, and smile. To help you know more about permanent… Read more »

Dry Mouth is a Real Disease

If you are experiencing dryness or stickiness in your mouth, bad breath, thick and stringy saliva, difficulty chewing, difficulty swallowing, difficulty speaking, a change in your sense of taste, or a sore throat, then you might have dry mouth. This problem can be treated and should be dealt with quickly and efficiently before worse infections… Read more »

Toothpaste and Toothbrush Tips

If you brush your teeth twice a day, for two minutes every day, that means that you brush your teeth 28 minutes a week and 24 hours a year. That’s an entire day of brushing your teeth every year! Obviously, you spend a lot of time with your toothbrush and toothpaste, which is why it… Read more »

Chewing Gum and Oral Health

Did you know that sugarless gum can help prevent cavities? Studies have shown that chewing sugarless gum for at least 20 minutes after your meal can help prevent cavities. But how is this possible? The key is a very simple trick your body has for protecting your mouth and teeth: increased saliva production. First things… Read more »

A Small Bead of Denture Adhesive Can Prevent Mild Gum Irritation

If you’ve had a removable dental appliance, like a partial denture or complete denture, created at , it was created to fit firmly in place of its own accord. Unfortunately, this tight hold might still not be sufficient for blocking out stray food particles from infiltrating the base of the dental appliance while you eat…. Read more »