The smile is often the first thing someone will notice about you when you meet. It’s an important part of your appearance, the key to your self-confidence. If you have a broken or chipped tooth, you’re probably wondering if there’s a way to restore your smile back to its former glory. Read our blog post for a look at your options for fixing a cracked tooth.
If you have been told you have a cavity that needs filling, you may be wondering what that process entails. In fact, fillings are straightforward and routine procedures. Check out our blog post where we let you know what you can expect if you’re headed into our office to have a cavity filled.
Important milestones help you keep track of your child’s growth and development. Dental milestones are no different: they can help you understand and prepare for the next steps so you can care for your child’s oral health. Check out our blog post for details on these milestones.
Snoring and sleep apnea are serious conditions that can keep you from getting the good night’s sleep you deserve, as well as increase your risk for severe complications like heart attack and stroke. Read our blog post to see how we can help!
Our office constantly strives to provide quality care to our patients without relying on potentially toxic treatments. Read our blog post to learn how we help patients avoid potentially dangerous fillings containing mercury and offer safer alternatives.
If you’re hiding your smile because you’re embarrassed about stained or crooked teeth, dental veneers may be able to deliver the smile of your dreams. Check out our blog post to learn how veneers can transform your smile!
If you’re looking to whiten your smile, you have a choice between going to a dental professional to get a teeth whitening procedure done or purchasing one of those at-home kits from a drugstore or grocery store. Read our blog post to help you decide the best option for you!
When you receive oral surgery, whether it’s a tooth extraction, wisdom teeth removal, or something else, you’ve just taken an important step in looking after your dental health—but you’re not quite done yet. To ensure you have the easiest and speediest recovery possible, you need to know how to take care of your oral hygiene and manage any potential pain after your dental surgery. Read our blog post for details.
Imagine this scenario: You’re out there enjoying your day when all of a sudden something happens and you’re dealing with a full-on mouth emergency. Whatever the case, you have to decide if you should visit the dentist ASAP or if it’s actually not that bad. Read our blog post for tips on how to handle different dental emergencies.
As summer winds down and school preparations ramp up, you’ll want to be sure your little ones are putting their best foot forward with their oral health. Check out our blog post for tips on dealing with potential oral health issues before school starts and things get hectic!