We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that more than 50% of adults aged 20 to 64 have lost at least one tooth. More than 65% of those between 40 and 64 have lost one or more teeth. In addition, almost 20% of seniors over 65 have lost all of their teeth. Dental implants might be a…Continue reading
Have you seen some blood on your gums or floss while performing your daily dental hygiene routine? Have you or someone else noticed that your breath isn’t as fresh as it should be? In either case, these are signs that you could have gingivitis, the initial stage of periodontal disease or gum disease. Continue reading for more information about the…Continue reading
If you have a severe toothache, an infection of the teeth or gums, or a visibly damaged tooth, it is essential to find treatment as quickly as possible to alleviate the pain and prevent infection or other serious complications. A dental emergency rarely happens at a convenient time, which means that waiting to see your normal dentist may not be…Continue reading
Forget the metal braces of the past and discover the next generation of orthodontics with removable, invisible braces. See how this new option has made braces better than ever. What are Removable Braces? Braces no longer have to be a burden because advances in family orthodontics have made them invisible and removable. The most common type of removable braces is…Continue reading
Cosmetic dentistry offers you several options for restoring a damaged or unsightly tooth. Crowns and teeth veneers are two of the most common choices. Both can correct a variety of cosmetic and general dental problems such as crooked teeth, spaces between teeth, old or discolored fillings, broken teeth, chips or cracks, and more. Although their function is similar, crowns and…Continue reading
Gum disease is extremely common in adults. You may not even know you have it. Also called periodontal disease or periodontitis, the condition ranges from mild to severe. In its mildest form, it is called gingivitis; at this stage it is reversible. If it progresses, your gums may pull away from your teeth to form pockets of infection. Eventually, the…Continue reading
Do you want a better, brighter, more beautiful smile? Then cosmetic dentistry veneers may fulfill your dental desires. Why Cosmetic Dentistry Veneers Make People Smile Dental veneers are very thin shells of porcelain or composite resin that are bonded onto the front of teeth to improve their appearance. They are often placed to cover misshapen teeth, badly-spaced teeth, chipped teeth,…Continue reading
Orthodontists use treatments like dental braces to correct spacing problems, misaligned teeth, overbites, crowding, and other dental abnormalities. These dental specialists receive two to three years of additional training after attending dental school. They may hold degrees or certificates proving their proficiency in orthodontics. The American Board of Orthodontics and the American Association of Orthodontists can both verify a specialist’s…Continue reading
Are you missing teeth, but think you’re too old for dental implants? Find out why a dental implant is ideal at any age. The Time and Place for a Dental Implant Today, any one of any age can get a dental implant to feel better about their smile. As a result, this tooth replacement solution is helping people of all…Continue reading
Although your baby probably won’t get his teeth until he is about six months old, you should start cleaning his gums soon after he’s born. Pediatric dentists recommend making an initial dental care appointment before your baby’s first birthday; this will ensure that his teeth and gums are healthy and developing normally. During the first year of his life, your…Continue reading