Dental Implants Can Be Used to Replace One of Your Knocked-Out Teeth

Beyond the obvious trauma and need for immediate attention, having one of your teeth knocked out can affect you on multiple levels. While it obviously impairs your ability to chew food, the gap caused by the knocked-out tooth can also start to change the alignment of the surrounding teeth. In... Read more »

How to Use a Tongue Scraper

How hard do you work to keep your teeth healthy and strong? If you would like to learn more about what you could do to keep your teeth healthy and strong, we recommend thinking about using a tongue scraper. While it may not seem like keeping your tongue clean will... Read more »

Reduce Stress With Your Diet

TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders have a wide variety of causes and influencers. One of them is poorly-managed stress. Stress can cause you to clench or grind your teeth, among other things. And effectively managing stress can help prevent the development of TMJ issues. Did you know there are all kinds... Read more »

How to Properly Care for and Maintain Your Temporary Crown

A temporary crown is essentially a hard plastic cap that is cemented over an abutment to protect it while a dental lab makes your permanent crown. This temporary crown cannot fully restore the tooth’s ability to grind and chew. If your temporary crown is damaged or falls out it can... Read more »

Is Halitosis Cramping Your Smile?

Halitosis is an oral condition that can happen to anyone for a variety of reasons. Depending on the cause there are things you and your dentist can do to improve your breath. Read on to find out why your breath might smell and what you can do about it! Common... Read more »

How to Stop Bruxism from Ruining Your Smile

Bruxism, also known as teeth grinding, is a habit that many people don’t know they have. This is because the teeth grinding generally occurs at night. Many find out that they have teeth-grinding problems because they wake up with a dull headache or a sore jaw. Their spouses or partners... Read more »

Oral Care for Kids

To help you help your child grow into the smile they deserve, we have provided the following information you need to give your child the best oral health possible, no matter their age: Babies Many people believe that the primary teeth are unimportant and unnecessary, but this is simply not... Read more »

Getting a Custom Mouth Guard

Tooth fractures and having a tooth knocked out are two of the more common dental emergencies. It’s estimated that each year over 20,000 teeth are knocked out due to contact sports. Many athletes find that off-the-shelf mouth guards are uncomfortable. This is even more common for athletes with braces. As... Read more »

How to Sooth Your Teething Baby

Today our team is going to give you some simple remedies you can do to help your teething baby grow their first teeth. A popular way you can sooth your baby is by rubbing their gums with a clean finger. This is a great way to sooth some of the... Read more »

The Importance of a Proper Teeth Cleaning

Do you ever wonder if you’re properly caring for your smile every day? If so, we are happy to help you! It is very important that you clean your smile by doing the following things: • Brush your teeth: Brush your teeth for two minutes twice a day with a... Read more »