A Dental Bridge Can Be a Very Effective Method for Replacing a Knocked-Out Tooth

Some forms of oral trauma can carry enough force to sever the periodontal ligaments that anchor a tooth in its socket. In a situation like this, seeking emergency care from professionally trained dentists like Dr. is very important. If the tooth was fractured at the gum line or the dental socket was severely traumatized there… Read more »

Fix Bleeding Gums with These Tips

Some people might notice minor bits of pink in the toothpaste they spit out after brushing. Others notice bleeding as they floss. If you have noticed bleeding gums or blood in your spit after flossing or brushing, you should be cautious: bleeding gums can be a side effect of gum disease or other serious dental… Read more »

How to Feed Your Teeth

Mouth health is about more than oral hygiene. It’s also about how you fuel your smile. The food you consume has a direct impact on how well your mouth performs. Here’s some important information to know to develop a tooth-healthy diet. Foods to Avoid: If you can describe your food as sticky, starchy, sugary, or… Read more »

The Answers to Your Dental Crown Questions

Dental crowns are strong dental restorations that are commonly used to restore a tooth and enhance a smile. Although they improve the oral health of many people quite often, they still might be a bit confusing and even a little overwhelming. This can lead to a lot of questions. So, to help you know a… Read more »

Fun Dental Facts

We at love your smile. That’s why we’ve devoted our careers to dentistry. We’re not the only ones. For thousands of years, humans have been concerned with the health and preservation of their teeth. Here are some fun facts about how dentistry has developed over time: -The first solid evidence of dentistry is of an… Read more »

The Evolution of the Toothbrush

We humans have valued our teeth and cared for them for thousands of years. Over time, our abilities to care for our teeth have massively improved, thanks to some amazing inventions. At the heart of these discoveries is the toothbrush. Here is a brief timeline of the evolution of the toothbrush: 3500-3000 BC: Babylonians and… Read more »

Oral Health Services: Aging and Dental Health

Old age does not mean you must give up on your dental health. Your teeth can last a lifetime if you are keen to put forth the effort needed to take care of them. This contains brushing and flossing daily and visiting your dentist for systematic checkups if you suffer an oral emergency or injury…. Read more »

Cosmetic Dentistry Can Enhance Your Smile’s Appearance

There are any number of things that can alter your smile’s appearance. This could come in the form of a visible cavity, discolored tooth enamel, minor dental fractures, or chronic dental staining. Rather than live with an unappealing smile, you can always turn to Dr. and the cosmetic dentistry options available at dental office in… Read more »

A Healthy Diet Means a Healthy Smile

At in , , we want to see you at least twice a year for regular checkups and cleanings to make sure that your teeth are as healthy as they can be. And of course, you need to brush your teeth twice a day and floss every night before bed. But did you know that… Read more »

A Knocked-Out Tooth Needs First Aid and Immediate Dental Care

While it’s rare, there are times when a sports injury or an accidental fall can cause significant dental trauma. Sometimes this can cause a tooth to break off at the gum line or to be fully knocked out of the socket. These types of dental avulsion require some immediate first aid measures while seeking dental… Read more »