3 Steps to Better Brushing

When it comes to oral hygiene, no one is completely perfect. There is always something we can do to make our own personal routine a little better. This may involve using a better mouth rinse or practicing your flossing. Today, we want to talk about 3 simple things you can do to brush better. First,… Read more »

The Perks of Laser Dentistry

Do you try to stay away from your dentist for as long as possible? Does the idea of the drill whirring fill you with dread? If so, would you be interested in learning about another option? You might want to consider laser dentistry for your future dental needs. As you can probably guess, laser dentistry… Read more »

What to Do in a Dental Emergency

None of us ever want to be involved in an emergency. If we are, though, we know to call 911 in order to receive the help we need. But what about a dental emergency, such as a knocked-out tooth? While you don’t need to call the paramedics, there are important steps to take in a… Read more »

CEREC for Faster Patient Service

For many years, all throughout the dental industry, lab fees for basic dental work like inlays, onlays, dental veneers and porcelain crowns, were seen as part of the price of doing business. This also often meant that your patients were held hostage to the time table available for the particular dental lab you were waiting… Read more »

Bad Breath: Is Mouthwash the Answer?

You probably know someone who incorporates mouthwash into their daily routine. You probably know that using mouthwash can benefit your smile–particularly your breath– but did you know that there are a few other perks you could enjoy by using mouthwash regularly? To be fair, some mouthwashes are only meant to cover bad breath, but if… Read more »

Foods that Promote Good Oral Health

Your diet can have a significant impact on oral health. Most people are aware that sticky, sweet foods, candy, soft drinks, desserts and dried fruits can stick to your teeth and get imbedded in your gum line. The residual sugar in these foods promotes tooth decay and increases your chances of developing gum disease. Highly… Read more »

Don’t Let A Smelly Mouth Stink Up Your Valentine’s Day

There are many smells we can associate with Valentine’s Day, from chocolate to roses. However, rotting food and sulphur are two smells your loved one definitely does not want to smell on your breath when you give them a good night’s kiss. In order to fight bad breath (also known as halitosis), you must learn… Read more »

Does Your Child Have Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is a sleep-related breathing disorder that affects adults and children, even newborns. This disorder is dangerous and it needs to be taken seriously. If your child has any of the following symptoms, please bring them into as soon as possible for treatment: · Loud snoring, often paired with snorting, gasping, and choking ·… Read more »

We Offer Special Care for Everyone

We understand that as a primary caregiver you are passionate and dedicated to providing your patient or family member with the highest quality of care. One of the things we specialize includes providing dental services to people with special needs and disabilities. There are a few things to keep in mind, to insure your patient… Read more »

Insights on Providing Dental Care for Patients with Disabilities

The U.S. Census Bureau estimates that 51.2 million people have some degree of disability and of those people 32.5 million had a severe disability. At the same time they also found that 70% of people over the age of 80, reported some degree of disability. We specialize in providing quality dental care to the elderly… Read more »