Fill in Gaps With Dental Bridges

Teeth fall out of our mouths and get lost sometimes, leaving an empty space in our smiles. There is no need to get discouraged because there are several ways to fill that space in, and a dental bridge is one way to consider. A dental bridge basically provides an artificial tooth that can look as natural as the old one.... read more »

What You Need to Know About Optimum Oral Health

To ensure your smile continues to function effectively, remember your oral health care basics. Even if you are avoiding unhealthy sweets and treats in your diet, it may not be enough to protect your smile. Various preventative treatments and oral hygiene routines are required to eliminate any debris and bacteria in your mouth. Establishing an effective oral health care routine... read more »

The Cavity Blues

Cavities can cause a lot of damage to your teeth and overall oral health. In fact, cavities can lead to an entire host of problems when neglected, which is why it is imperative to take care of your teeth and overall oral health. Taking care of your teeth includes avoiding cavities or treating them as swiftly as possible before they... read more »

Diet Tips for Healthy Teeth

Are you on a quest for a healthy diet? If so, keep reading because we have exciting news for you! Did you know your pursuit of a healthy diet may also benefit your smile? Yes, it’s true! Foods play a crucial role in your oral health, along with brushing and flossing regularly. To help understand more about you a healthy... read more »

Build Your Best Smile with Enamel Erosion Prevention

Today, Dr. Shane McPherson and our team are going to talk a little bit about dental erosion. Do you ever feel as if your teeth are extra sensitive or look a little bit worn then they used to? If so, then you're probably suffering from what is known as dental erosion. Dental erosion, also known as enamel erosion, occurs when... read more »

Yearly Oral Health Reminders: Toothbrush Care

In order to ensure that your toothbrush functions effectively when brushing your teeth, it is important to make sure you take care of your toothbrush. If your toothbrush is worn out, broken, or damaged in any way it will not be able to effectively do its job as intended. In addition, it is important to always store your toothbrush correctly... read more »

Dentistry Topic Data Blog: Dental Anxiety

For most individuals, the idea of getting your mouth worked on scares them. If you feel uncomfortable with someone giving you any form of oral health care treatment, you may suffer from what is known as dental anxiety. Dental anxiety is a condition in which a person is afraid or stressed about an upcoming oral health care treatment or even... read more »

Oral Health Care Focus: Improving Your Smile

If you wish to have optimum oral health care, you must make sure to take care of your teeth and your gums every single day. This includes all health care routines that include brushing, flossing, and mouthwash if applicable. Professional cleanings at least every six months are recommended. For a list of items you can consider using to improve your... read more »

Which Form of Tooth Replacement Treatment Do You Need?

Did you know that if you have lost or missing teeth, there are a variety of services that you can consider using to repair your smile? Some services are designed to allow you greater flexibility with your oral health care, while others can remove any food restrictions from your diet. Three of the most popular forms of tooth replacement therapy... read more »