Beautify Your Smile This Year By Doing These Things

Are you embarrassed by your dull, yellow, uneven, or unattractive smile? If so, it’s time to do something about it! With the new year beginning, many people work toward the smile of their dreams, and you can be one of those people. All you need to do are the following things: Take advantage of teeth… Read more »

Dental Implants Can Replace Multiple Missing Teeth

If you’ve had multiple teeth knocked out or lost to severe tooth decay, it can significantly impair your ability to chew food. Also, if the teeth were part of your smile, it can significantly mar your appearance. One way to restore the presence, function, and appearance of the missing teeth is to mount a bridge… Read more »

How to Keep Your Teeth Healthy With Age

Have you been told that you should expect your pearly whites to grow weaker as you age? While this may be true, there are several things you can do while you’re younger to help your teeth stay healthy and strong as you age. You should visit our team regularly for specific advice, but there are… Read more »

A Loose Bridge Needs Urgent Attention to Prevent Serious Complications

Your bridge was installed onto the two abutments in your mouth using a very powerful dental adhesive. As time goes by, it is possible for a blow to the face or complications from chronic gum disease to weaken this cement. If your dental bridge feels loose for any reason, you need to contact our office… Read more »

Don’t Let Sleep Apnea Disrupt Your Sleep

If your sleep is currently disrupted because of breathing difficulties, we can help! Sleep apnea is a fairly common sleep disorder which can affect just about anyone. In addition, there are factors that can put you at higher risk of developing this disorder. Let’s take a look at some of these risk factors. -Weight: The… Read more »

Gum Disease Treatment for Your Smile

Did you know that gum disease–an infection of the gum tissue in your mouth–is a condition which afflicts 64.7 million Americans? Not only can this disease, left untreated result in tooth loss, but it also increases your risk for diabetes and heart disease. The health of your gums affects your smile and your overall well-being…. Read more »