1. Top Causes of Sensitive Teeth

    Is your piping hot morning coffee, favorite sweet treat or cool, refreshing water triggering mild or severe pain in your mouth? Don’t worry, these symptoms of sensitive teeth are treatable. Discover what’s behind this discomfort and get on your way to enjoying your favorite foods, beverages – and life again! The Usual Culprits: Cavities, Cracks and Chips Cavities, cracks and chips are three …Read More

  2. Your Mouth An Owner’s Manual

    Your Mouth: An Owner’s Manual Ok, so your mouth didn’t come with a guidebook. Let this serve as your owner’s manual that we hope you will read for an overview of everything you need to know about how to take care of your teeth. Here’s what you need to know: Lighten Up and Choose Right No, we aren’t talking about your tooth color. We mean how often, hard and with what you are brushing you…Read More

  3. The Ins and Outs of Teeth Whitening

    The Ins and Outs of Teeth Whitening Nov 2021 Blog Craving sparkly teeth that mimic the beauty of winter snow and not sure where to turn? A whiter brighter smile is a great way to usher in the new season! To keep you from having to do a deep dive researching the best teeth whitening options, we’ve done the leg work for you. Types of Teeth Whitening There are multiple ways to tackle whitening your…Read More

  4. Smile Makeovers – The Complete Solution!

    If your smile is less than dazzling and detracting from your appearance, there are simple lifestyle habits, aesthetic dentistry and cosmetic procedures that can help you start grinning with confidence in no time. Brighten Up & Whiten Right Teeth whitening is one of the fastest, most impactful ways to give yourself a makeover. But, you can skip the lights, lasers, pens and strips with New Look …Read More

  5. All About Tongue Scrapers

    All About Tongue Scrapers As a family dentist, our chief concern is to promote optimal oral hygiene. In our dental clinic, we frequently emphasize brushing twice a day and flossing at least once, combined with routine dental cleanings twice yearly for optimal preventive dentistry. But, there is an additional way to enhance your oral health. Introducing: next level clean through tongue scraping. As…Read More

  6. The Great Unmasking and Your Smile

    With masks starting to come off, people are focusing on their appearance now more than ever. If you have been pondering cosmetic dentistry to commemorate the great unmasking, you are not alone! Refreshing smiles is trending due to the Covid reopening and reduced masking restrictions! Our family dentist practice is abuzz busily helping people improve their smiles with teeth whitening, Invisalign, t…Read More

  7. Tips to Keeping a Dazzling White Smile

    By now, everyone has tried or at least heard of teeth whitening. In the era of selfies and self-care, no longer do people flash less than pearly white teeth. If your smile has lost its dazzle or you want to maintain the brightness of your teeth, there are few choices you can make to keep your smile sparkling. What Foods and Beverages Stain Teeth? People usually blame coffee, tea, red wine and colo…Read More

  8. All About Flouride

    Fluoride comes in natural and synthetic forms and has been dubbed “nature’s cavity fighter” due to its ability to ward them off. Recently fluoride has come under scrutiny and its benefits and risks need to be better understood. Fluoride Defined Fluoride is simply a combination of elements that together form an omnipresent mineral. This naturally occurring substance can be found in air, plant…Read More

  9. Dental Care & Pregnancy

    Pregnancy can be a busy and exciting time planning for your baby to be born. It can also be filled with concerns about doing all you can to ensure your baby is healthy. You have shown up for all your preliminary prenatal screenings, watched your diet and avoided alcohol and anything else that could jeopardize your infant’s health. We want to support your efforts and be your champion to make your…Read More

  10. Habits that are Hurting Your Teeth

    We all know some habits we engage in can hurt our teeth, but there are a few that might surprise you. The main purpose of your mouth and teeth includes eating, drinking, speaking, digestion and making expressions, like frowning and smiling. We prefer to see you smiling, so here’s a little reminder to encourage you to drop those bad habits once and for all, and learn what other habits could be ha…Read More