We’re very excited to usher in the new year! What better way to start 2021 than by achieving the smile of your dreams! If certain cosmetic imperfections have kept you from flaunting your smile, now is a better time than ever to improve your smile’s appearance with cosmetic dentistry. Read our blog post for details!
“Root canal” might just be the most dreaded phrase in the dental industry—but much of that is shrouded in myth. Modern root canal treatments aren’t something to fear, and their whole purpose is to save your smile from pain and permanent damage. Read our blog post for a look at the signs a root canal is needed.
Thumb sucking is a common way for children to calm themselves and bring themselves comfort. But if your child is sucking their thumb frequently past the age of four, this innocent habit can wreak havoc on your child’s oral health. Read our blog post for some of the consequences your child can face if they continue to suck their thumb.
Your gums can tell you a lot about what’s going on with your oral and overall health. If you’re struggling with bleeding gums, there are a few factors that may be causing this occurrence. Check out our blog post where we go over some of the most common reasons why gums bleed and what you can do to boost your gum health!
Missing teeth can have a lasting impact on your oral and overall health — while just one missing tooth can dramatically alter your looks over time, having several missing teeth can significantly damage your confidence, impact your jaw strength, and alter your eating habits. Dentures are an ideal solution for those missing all of their teeth. Read our blog post to learn about dentures, including how long they last.
Ready to brighten up your smile, but worried the results of teeth whitening will be fleeting? In this blog post, we’ll let you know how long you can expect whitening effects to last, as well as some things you can do to ensure they last as long as possible!
Whenever you require a filling to stop tooth decay, you have the option of which material you would like our dentist to use. Certain options are more aesthetically appealing while some are stronger or less expensive. Check out our blog post to learn about the different filling materials.
If you or your child are involved in contact sports, we recommend getting fitted for a mouthguard right away! Mouthguards can protect your smile and save you from serious dental injuries.
Dental emergencies can happen without warning. In stressful times, it’s the last thing you want to deal with, but getting care quickly is important for certain symptoms. Read our blog to learn about what constitutes an emergency.
Keep yourself and your loved ones safe during this difficult time. We look forward to seeing you again in our office as soon as restrictions are lifted and it is safe to reopen.