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Your Guide to Oral Hygiene While You Are on Vacation


Vacation Oral Hygiene Cheat Code: Ventilation Oral hygiene is probably the last thing on your mind when you are planning your vacation. You are likely thinking about warm temperatures, clear skies, refreshing water, sand and fun. However, if you spend […] Continue Reading


Urgent Signs that You Should Visit the Dentist


If you have tooth or gum pain and are wondering if you should visit the dentist, you are facing a decision millions of people have to deal with every year. In general, most dental problems require the assistance of a […] Continue Reading


What Dentists Want You to Know About Dental Anxiety


Dental anxiety is fear that is almost as prevalent as the fear of snakes or the fear of heights. About four percent of American adults face the problem. The fear is so strong that there are people who avoid going […] Continue Reading


Dental Local Anesthesia Frequently Asked Questions


Many people have concerns about local anesthesia, and for a good reason, it’s not something that you use in your daily life. It is especially a concern for those who suffer from mild to severe dental anxiety. Local anesthesia is […] Continue Reading


Visit a Cosmetic Dentist to Restore Your Damaged Teeth Before Your Next Vacation


Do not leave town without a dental restoration from your local cosmetic dentist. Having a weak or damaged tooth can be an extremely painful experience. If you have a damaged tooth, it is important to visit our dentist office right […] Continue Reading


Bring Your Teen to a Family Dentist for Their Oral Health


Bring your teens to our family dentist office on a regular basis. While teens can do a better job of brushing and flossing their teeth than younger children, parents need to understand that teens still need to visit the dentist […] Continue Reading


What is a Dental Adhesive?


A dental adhesive is a water-soluble, non-toxic material that we can apply to your gums and dentures to hold them in place. These substances are available in powder and cream form, and they are typically used with traditional dentures. How […] Continue Reading


Dental Cavity Symptoms


A Dental cavity is a hole that develops in your tooth after damaging the enamel. This occurs when plaque in the mouth produce acids from food particles that stick on or between the teeth.Proper oral hygiene removes these harmful acids […] Continue Reading


Why Some People Still Prefer Dentures After Tooth Loss


Dentures may be one of the oldest dental replacement options available, but many people still prefer dentures after tooth loss. With multiple dental replacement options available, it can be difficult to determine the best choice for you. Because of this, […] Continue Reading


Visit Our Cosmetic Dentist Office for Dental Veneers or Teeth Whitening


As a cosmetic dentist, we have multiple ways to improve your smile. It is our goal to help you to maintain beautiful and healthy teeth for a lifetime. While this starts with preventative care like teeth cleanings, fluoride treatments and […] Continue Reading