We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Having your tooth knocked out can be a frightening experience. Whether your tooth was injured while you were playing sports or you sustained an accidental blow to your face, you’ll need to take action quickly to save the tooth. Before you do anything else, be sure that you haven’t sustained any serious bodily or head injuries that require life-saving emergency…Continue reading
Millions of people around the world suffer from bad breath, which is also called halitosis. Fortunately, bad breath can be cured or completely avoided with the following simple strategies. Eight Reasons for Bad Breath Halitosis can be caused by many different factors. But family dentistry specialists have identified the eight main reasons you may be battling bad breath. These include:…Continue reading
Do your jaws click or pop? If so, you may have a TMJ problem. Your temporomandibular joint (TMJ) connects your lower jaw to your skull. Problems with your TMJ joint result in pain, chewing difficulties, and more. TMJ disorders are very common, especially in young women. While there are many types of TMJ disorders, the symptoms are often similar. Appropriate…Continue reading
You visit your doctor regularly, and you try to eat healthy foods, but do you spend as much time tending to your general dental health? If not, you may be missing an important opportunity to live a longer, healthier life. Taking care of your teeth and gums is about much more than having a great smile. Researchers have found that…Continue reading
If you’ve lost teeth over time, dental bridges can return your smile to its full glory. Learn more about this option for replacing missing teeth. Don’t Miss out Due to Missing Teeth By replacing missing teeth, dental bridges have helped millions of people feel good about their smile again. Dental bridges are a favorite of both patients and family dentistry…Continue reading
When it’s time to restore a severely damaged or unsightly tooth, cosmetic dentistry offers several options. Two of the most popular are crowns and teeth veneers such as Lumineers. Both options can be used to correct many types of cosmetic and general dental defects including improper spacing between teeth, crooked teeth, aging or discolored fillings, broken or chipped teeth, and…Continue reading
If your gums aren’t healthy, you’re not alone. Many adults currently have some form of gum disease, which is also called periodontal disease or periodontitis. The condition ranges from mild inflammation to severe infection. Gingivitis is the name given to the mildest form of the disease. At this stage, the inflammation is often reversible. If it progresses to periodontitis, pockets…Continue reading
Dental sealants are no longer just for kids. Now, adults of all ages at high risk for cavities are discovering the advanced decay protection of tooth sealants. The Older Appeal of Dental Sealants For years, dental sealants were considered a treatment for children and teens. Now, family dentistry specialists are placing this dental protection on people of all ages who…Continue reading
Orthodontists administer treatments such as braces that correct misalignments, spacing problems, crowded teeth, and other dental problems. If your child needs braces, you’ll want to make sure that he or she gets the best treatment available. Specialists in orthodontics have an additional two to three years of training beyond their standard dental education. They may hold a specialty certificate in…Continue reading
Is your bundle of joy crying for no apparent reason? One of the most baffling tasks of any new parent is trying to determine what is causing a baby’s fussy or irritable behavior. If your little one has been fed and changed, and there are no obvious health concerns, you may wonder if he or she is teething. Recognizing the…Continue reading