1. At-Home Tooth Care with Opalescent Whitening

    Let’s be honest! How many times have you looked at your teeth in the mirror and said, “I have to whiten my teeth” and decided to put if off for another day? Now is the perfect time to try something new that will make you feel confident in your appearance, and at-home teeth whitening is an powerful way to do that. New Look Dental partnered with Opalescence by Ultradent due to their superior t…Read More

  2. Metal Mouth

    Metal Mouth? No, we aren’t talking about traditional metal braces or the maligned headgear used to perfect crooked smiles, but rather that unpleasant metallic taste in the mouth that you or someone you know has likely experienced. The prime causes of a metal taste in the mouth include poor dental hygiene and some minor, easily remedied health concerns, plus, some more serious medical conditions.…Read More

  3. The Golden Rule of Proportion in Dentistry

    The Golden Rule “Do unto others as you would have others do unto you” couldn’t be more apropos than when it comes to your smile, as no responsible dentist should give you a smile that they wouldn’t proudly flash themselves. Whether you are considering porcelain veneers, dental implants, or need dental dentures, it is important that you find a dentist with the cosmetic dentistry expertise t…Read More

  4. Preventive Family Dentistry & Children’s Dental Care

    Our goal at New Look Dental is to provide the most thorough preventive dentistry possible for everyone in your family. We pride ourselves on staying current with the latest information regarding oral health and using the most advanced tools and techniques for preventative gum and tooth health. What Is Preventive Dentistry? Educating and sharing information with our patients about the best ways to …Read More

  5. All About Saliva

    Ever wonder how much saliva your mouth makes every day? We’ve got the answers to that question and so much more! How Much Saliva is Normal? Every day your mouth makes two to four pints of saliva. That equates to about four to eight cups, or 32 to 64 oz.  To better illustrate, think two to four standard water bottles. That may sound like a lot, but when you know more about this vital body fluid,…Read More

  6. 2020 Resolutions and Your Smile!

    When making (and sticking to!) resolutions, your oral health is likely not top on your list. But, you will be surprised at these commitments can positively impact your smile. Lose Weight We recommend getting the go ahead from your doctor before starting a new diet or exercise regimen, but in general, both will benefit the body and mind, no matter how you slice it. Whether you decide to start a who…Read More

  7. Dental Crowns –Bridging the Gap

    So, your dentist has recommended that you get a dental crown. We venture that no one likes the idea of having to get a crown (unless it is a beauty queen or royalty type), but let us help you understand what a crown is and what the dental crown procedure entails. What is a Tooth Crown? In reference to teeth, there are two meanings, or uses, of the word crown. The crown is the visible part of the t…Read More

  8. This Mouth is on Fire

    We’ve all done it. Unable to wait, you’ve taken a swig of “too hot” coffee or a bite out of a steaming slice of pizza only to experience a scalded tongue and roof of your mouth. The fallout of pain or peeling skin on the roof of your mouth reminds you to wait longer next time before diving in and with a little patience, your mouth will be good as new. But what about the sensation of a burn…Read More

  9. All About Snoring

    Snoring…It is a noisy business! A frequently asked question is do snore guard mouthpieces designed to stop snoring really work. The next questions is, do they help with sleep apnea? Snoring vs. Sleep Apnea To answer that, first we need to understand the cause of the snoring. Sleep-disordered breathing involves a blocked airway in the throat but may be much more than just a noisy nuisance. It may…Read More

  10. What to Consider During a Dental Emergency

    What to Consider During a Dental Emergency In the event of a life-threatening emergency, dial 911 to call an ambulance to proceed to the nearest ER. Dental accidents can and do happen. Do you know what to do if a dental emergency occurs? Even the most “disaster-prepared” people with earthquake kits, fire-drills and ample emergency rations don’t think of how to handle a dental emergency. With…Read More