Back in the old days of dentistry, getting a dental filling meant getting a bright, silver filling that’s easy to spot compared to the color of your natural teeth. These days, patients thankfully have another option: composite fillings. Check out our blog post where we give you the scoop on composite fillings and whether they’re safe for you.
Cavities are one of the most common dental issues. Generally speaking, a cavity is when decay causes a little hole in the surface of your teeth. But did you know there are different types of cavities out there? Read our blog post for a look at the three main categories of cavities and how they differ.
Childhood is full of important milestones from taking the first step to saying the first word. There also happens to be a few milestones to keep an eye out for in terms of your child’s oral health as well. Check out our blog post for a look at the pediatric dental milestones your child should be reaching.
The year is coming to an end, and what a year it has been. As we get ready to close the chapter on 2020, we have to do our due diligence and remind our community that now’s the time to take advantage of your dental benefits. It’s a true “use it or lose it” situation. Read our blog post for everything you need to know!
Tooth decay is one of the most common dental ailments. It's important to be able to identify signs of decay so that you can seek treatment as soon as possible. If left untreated, decay can wreak havoc on your smile and can even lead to more serious health concerns down the road. Read our blog post to learn about the early signs of dental decay.
Are you missing teeth? If so, chances are you may be a great candidate for restorative dentistry. There are many advanced tooth replacement solutions available for patients looking to fill in the gaps in their smile. Dental bridges are a state-of-the-art treatment that can give you back a complete, natural-looking smile once more! Read our blog post for details.
Our office provides high-quality dentistry while offering a variety of financing options to help our patients fit a healthy smile into their budget. We believe that patients should have access to exceptional, affordable dentistry without sacrificing on the level of care. Check out our blog post for affordable dentistry details.
Many Americans clench or grind their teeth at night, which can lead to dental complications. Read our blog post to learn how wearing a mouthguard at night can protect teeth from grinding.
A frenectomy is a procedure that removes connective tissue called the frenum. The connective tissue is in two different places in the mouth that can cause problems. Read our blog post to learn when children may need a frenectomy.
Taking care of your smile doesn’t have to be a chore! There are plenty of simple things you can do that can help boost your dental health. If you’re looking for easy ways to keep your smile looking and feeling its best, try incorporating the habits discussed in our blog post into your daily routine.