Tooth Sensitivity Symptoms Should Never Be Ignored

A special tooth sensitivity toothpaste formulated with potassium nitrate can sometimes provide short-term relief of tooth sensitivity. While this might allow you to enjoy some of your favorite foods and beverages, it could be masking the symptoms of a developing dental health problems If you have been experiencing discomfort in your teeth when you consume… Read more »

Daily Brushing Can Help You Keep Your Teeth Healthy

Daily brushing can help your teeth stay healthy and white. Brushing your teeth goes hand-and-hand with flossing, which works together for a healthy and beautiful outcome. However, there are many things you should know about brushing to make sure you are doing it correctly. Our dentist, Dr. with in , , cares about your oral… Read more »

Mouthguards: The Facts You Should Know

If you’re interested in knowing all about mouthguards in , , then you have come to the right blog. Mouthguards are top-notch appliances that can help you protect your smile while you’re participating in high-contact sports and activities. This is why your dentist, Dr. , encourages you to wear one often. To tell you more… Read more »

Super Smile Treatments: Cold and Flu Season Reminders

Cold and flu season this year is stronger than ever. To help keep your smile safe, you will need to continue to brush and floss throughout the season. Often times, individuals may neglect their oral health care while they are sick. This is especially hazardous to your oral health because you will be at an… Read more »

A Night Guard for Bruxism

We all we grind our teeth at some point in our lives. The technical term for teeth grinding is bruxism, and the habit often goes away after a short time. Unfortunately for some, the habit persists for much longer, sometimes while they sleep. Why does this happen? It could be a manifestation of stress, which… Read more »

How to Stay Calm in the Dental Chair

If you ever feel nervous in the dental chair, then our dentist, Dr. , wants to help you have a more comfortable, relaxing, and calming dental experience. That way you can enjoy your time at our office. Fortunately, there are things you can do to eliminate your dental nerves during your visit. Those things are:… Read more »

What Questions Should You Be Asking Your Dentist?

When you go to your bi-annual dental cleanings, do you know what questions to ask our dental team? We are happy to help you maintain your healthy smile by recommending appropriate solutions. Routine dental visits are designed to spot potential problems early on and to provide thorough cleanings, the removal of tartar deposits, a thorough… Read more »

Early Detection of Oral and Pharyngeal Cancer Improves Treatment Success Rates

It is estimated by the American Cancer Society that roughly 49,600 people will develop some form of oral or pharyngeal cancer each year. Approximately 9700 people will die from the disease each year. Early detection of oral cancer is very important for improving long-term treatment success rates. This is part of the reason why the… Read more »

How Toothpaste Has Evolved Over the Years

You may have wondered the origins of toothpaste, and how different it is now, as opposed to centuries ago. Read on to learn about the history of toothpaste, including what ingredients used to be in the paste. Toothpaste dates to Egyptian times, around the year 5000 B.C, when they started using a paste to clean… Read more »

Endosteal and Subperiosteal Implants

If you are looking into implants, you may or may not have heard there are a couple of common types, endosteal and subperiosteal. They provide many of the same benefits but are applied a little differently and work better in different circumstances. Endosteal implants are the most common type of implants. They generally come in… Read more »