Nitrous Oxide and your Dental Visit

Nitrous oxide or laughing gas was first discovered in the 1700’s but for years, it was used for entertainment at social gatherings. However, it was in 1844 that people first considered using it for sedation dentistry. Laughing gas was popular at parties and is useful for sedation dentistry because it... Read more »

Getting the Most Out of Your Dental Bond

A dental bond is one of the easiest, most inexpensive ways to repair minor damage to a tooth. To place a dental bond, our dentist can use a dental bond to repair problems such as chips, stains, and minor cavities. A dental bond can also correct issues such as teeth... Read more »

You Should Always wear a Mouthguard

Imagine hitting the game-winning shot in the championship game, as the roar of the crowd drowns out everything else and you get buried in a dogpile of teammates, coaches, and fans. Then you stand up and smile, the flashes of cameras going off incessantly. The next day you see your... Read more »

Including a Fluoride Treatment in Your Dental Checkup Can Help With Cavity Prevention

Maintaining good oral hygiene habits is an essential component in preventing problems with gum disease and cavities. It starts by remembering to brush your teeth twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste. You also need to remember to floss between each of your teeth and along the... Read more »

Dental Sealants: The Way to a Healthier Smile

If you want a top-notch smile and oral health, then you should consider helping your teeth with dental sealants. Dental sealants are strong and reliable dental products that can help you keep your teeth in tip-top shape. You can call our office to find out if this treatment is right... Read more »

The Benefits of Chewing Sugarless Gum

Do you enjoy chewing the occasional, or frequent, piece of gum? It may come as a surprise to you that certain varieties of gum are actually good for your smile. That’s right! Sugar-free gum can benefit your smile in a variety of ways. Our dentist and team are happy to... Read more »

Restore With Root Canal Therapy

Several issues often arise with oral accidents and injuries. Although you may notice chips and cracks on your teeth, many individuals often fail to understand the significance of the damage that can occur later on. Anytime your tooth enamel is breached, the inner workings of your tooth are susceptible to... Read more »

Treatments for Your Smile: Bruxism Prevention

Caring for your smile includes doing more than just washing away debris in your mouth or implementing effective cleaning routines. It is equally important to minimize your risk of oral accidents and injuries that can occur. However, it may be possible that injuries are occurring to your teeth and gums... Read more »

Dental Tools 101: Your Toothbrush

Take care of your toothbrush in order to better create a healthy smile. Let’s review some basics of toothbrush care and proper brushing technique, to ensure you get the best clean. First, know that toothbrushes should be replaced, frayed, worn out, stiff, or once every 3-4 months--whichever comes soonest. Choose... Read more »

Healthy Dental Habits Everyone Should Follow

Good habits that are helpful and healthy should be applauded and promoted. One of the best habits to start is proper oral health maintenance. A multitude of familiar dental diseases can be eradicated by practicing good oral hygiene every day. Here are some easy habits to follow for healthy teeth.... Read more »