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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.
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
Is your smile as white as it should be? Many people dream of having a whiter smile, and it’s not an impossible goal. You and your dentist can work together on making your smile healthy and bright. Here are five great tips to help you get started. 1. Limit Stain-Causing Beverages If your drink can stain a white shirt, it…Continue reading
Did you know that the medical name for bad breath is halitosis? Millions suffer from this condition, but few are aware of its direct connection to dental health and hygiene. The Impact of Dental Health on Halitosis In addition to keeping your smile attractive, good oral hygiene habits can protect your dental health. Family dentistry experts warn that a lack…Continue reading
Missing teeth cause an unsightly gap in your smile. Fortunately, your local dentist can fix the problem. After evaluating your teeth and general dental condition, he or she can recommend the best way to restore your grin to its former glory. While dental implants are often considered the ideal choice, they’re not the best option for everyone’s budget, and they…Continue reading
If your kids have healthy, happy smiles, you probably want to do everything you can to ensure that they keep them. Although human teeth are designed to last a lifetime, many dental problems affect children and teens as they grow up. Frequent visits to a qualified dentist can prevent most of these problems from advancing to more serious conditions like…Continue reading
Are dental bridges the right way for you to replace missing teeth? Find out the truth about this tooth replacement option. The Perks of Dental Bridges Millions of people choose dental bridges to replace their missing teeth. This has made them a common dental care option for fully restoring a smile. Dental bridges involve placing two crowns around the gap…Continue reading
Dentists frequently see patients with worn teeth, tooth injuries, cavities, chips, cracks, and gum disease. In some cases, the damage was caused by a bad dental habit. We all have a few bad habits, and some of them can do serious damage to our dental health. If you recognize your bad behaviors and change them, you may prevent many expensive…Continue reading
When you’re on vacation, the last thing you want to deal with is a broken denture or a lost crown. Unfortunately, dental emergencies can and do happen at the worst times. When you’re far from home, it may be difficult or impossible to find an emergency dentist. It’s wise to obtain information about emergency dental services before you leave home.…Continue reading
Now that you have the advanced cavity protection that only dental sealants offer, how can you maintain this high level of protection? Find out how to keep your tooth sealants in top shape. The Beauty and Benefits of Dental Sealants Dental sealants are a proven way to protect teeth from cavities. While family dentistry specialists once only used them on…Continue reading
If there’s a gap ruining your healthy smile, your affordable dentist may be able to fix it by creating a dental bridge. A bridge fills in the gap with false teeth supported by crowns made for the teeth on both sides of the gap. The anchoring teeth are abutment teeth; the false teeth between them are called pontics. The pontics…Continue reading