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Crown Lengthening

Enhance Small Teeth: Crown Lengthening

A crown lengthening procedure can be beneficial to reveal the fullness of the actual tooth length. You’re not actually extending the length of the tooth itself, but exposing the entirety of itself by working to reduce the gum line.

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Bad breath can be caused by many common factors such as dry mouth or diet. Talk to your dentist if you are concerned.

The Wonder of Bad Breath

Bad breath is something we’ve all had ourselves and most likely encountered in passing strangers and family members. It can be from forgetting to brush your teeth or eating a mouthful of onions, however, it can also point to a much more serious health issue, so take care.

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Tooth pain and sensitivity may mean you need a root canal

Signs You May Need A Root Canal

If you may have an accident that makes you more susceptible to tooth decay, there may be an emergency root canal ordered. However, there may be signs that you notice first hand that indicate detrimental decay.

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Our professional dentists have some dietary tips that can keep your smile healthy

Are You Eating Your Way to Tooth Loss?

Unexplained tooth loss can be worrisome, and it should be. Most likely, if you’re losing teeth, then you have more health issues happening. The way you eat can cause inflammation in your system, which leads to a whole host of problems, including tooth decay and loss.

Read More »
The facts about dental implants line up as a safe and effective way to replace teeth.

Tooth Implant Fact Sheet

Tooth implants continue to be a safe way to replace teeth. There is a lot of information out there about tooth implants, and it can get a little overwhelming. Deciding to get a tooth implant doesn’t have to be confusing. Get the facts first.

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The cost of a dental implant can vary from person to person, but there are ways to figure it out beforehand.

How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?

Are you considering a dental implant, but intimidated by the possible cost of dental implants? It can sometimes be hard to gauge whether dental implants are financially feasible for your circumstance. Dental implant costs are variable depending on several factors.

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Dental implants are a safe tooth replacement treatment option for many people.

Common Concerns About Dental Implants

Let’s say you’re in need of a tooth replacement and are considering a dental implant. Does the thought of oral surgery make you uncomfortable? Or maybe you’re concerned about the invasiveness of the procedure? We want to put your mind at ease by ensuring that dental implants aren’t scary at all.

Read More »
Talk to your dentist about Invisalign options to straighten the smile of your teen

Invisalign for Your Teen

I remember what being a teenager was like; and worrying about my smile or crooked teeth would have been just one more hardship to cope with. If your teen is a good candidate for the procedure, they can and will smile confidently like millions of other patients!

Read More »
Understanding these differences between dental implants and dentures can help you find out which option is best for you

Dental Implants vs. Dentures

Tooth replacement is a common dental issue that many of us will face in our lifetime. Consider your own personal health and circumstance when deciding whether dental implants or dentures are right for you. Here are some starting points to get yourself familiar with these common tooth replacement technologies.

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Follow these tips to caring for your new dental implant

Dental Implant Home Care

Caring for your newly-placed dental implant is necessary to ensure that it lasts for a long time. With proper care, a dental implant can last for decades without complications. After a dental implant placement, having a home care plan is necessary to ensure comfort and recovery.

Read More »
A dental implant might be needed if you are experiencing certain symptoms

Signs You Need a Dental Implant

When it comes to good dental health, practicing the basics such as brushing, flossing, and maintaining a healthy diet are essential. However, there are times when even doing the essentials might not be enough. Over time, you might notice a little more wear and tear on your teeth and gums. Perhaps you’ve recently even lost a tooth following a tooth extraction or accident…

Read More »
Learn about different kinds of food and their impacts on oral health

How Food Can Affect Your Oral Health

Being mindful of your eating habits is important for your overall health. Acknowledging any oral health issues and understanding how what you eat and drink affects your oral health are necessary steps to gaining a brighter and healthier smile!

Read More »
Over-brushing your teeth might be causing you more harm than good.

Over-Brushing Your Teeth?

We know that brushing your teeth is one of the most important basics of oral self-care, but some of us are over-doing it. The recommendation that you hear most often is to brush your teeth 2 times a day for 2 minutes, in the morning and in the evening. Those with extremely committed dental care will even brush 3 times a day, once after each meal…

Read More »
Crown Lengthening

Enhance Small Teeth: Crown Lengthening

A crown lengthening procedure can be beneficial to reveal the fullness of the actual tooth length. You’re not actually extending the length of the tooth itself, but exposing the entirety of itself by working to reduce the gum line.

Read More »
Bad breath can be caused by many common factors such as dry mouth or diet. Talk to your dentist if you are concerned.

The Wonder of Bad Breath

Bad breath is something we’ve all had ourselves and most likely encountered in passing strangers and family members. It can be from forgetting to brush your teeth or eating a mouthful of onions, however, it can also point to a much more serious health issue, so take care.

Read More »
Tooth pain and sensitivity may mean you need a root canal

Signs You May Need A Root Canal

If you may have an accident that makes you more susceptible to tooth decay, there may be an emergency root canal ordered. However, there may be signs that you notice first hand that indicate detrimental decay.

Read More »
Our professional dentists have some dietary tips that can keep your smile healthy

Are You Eating Your Way to Tooth Loss?

Unexplained tooth loss can be worrisome, and it should be. Most likely, if you’re losing teeth, then you have more health issues happening. The way you eat can cause inflammation in your system, which leads to a whole host of problems, including tooth decay and loss.

Read More »
The facts about dental implants line up as a safe and effective way to replace teeth.

Tooth Implant Fact Sheet

Tooth implants continue to be a safe way to replace teeth. There is a lot of information out there about tooth implants, and it can get a little overwhelming. Deciding to get a tooth implant doesn’t have to be confusing. Get the facts first.

Read More »
The cost of a dental implant can vary from person to person, but there are ways to figure it out beforehand.

How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?

Are you considering a dental implant, but intimidated by the possible cost of dental implants? It can sometimes be hard to gauge whether dental implants are financially feasible for your circumstance. Dental implant costs are variable depending on several factors.

Read More »
Dental implants are a safe tooth replacement treatment option for many people.

Common Concerns About Dental Implants

Let’s say you’re in need of a tooth replacement and are considering a dental implant. Does the thought of oral surgery make you uncomfortable? Or maybe you’re concerned about the invasiveness of the procedure? We want to put your mind at ease by ensuring that dental implants aren’t scary at all.

Read More »
Talk to your dentist about Invisalign options to straighten the smile of your teen

Invisalign for Your Teen

I remember what being a teenager was like; and worrying about my smile or crooked teeth would have been just one more hardship to cope with. If your teen is a good candidate for the procedure, they can and will smile confidently like millions of other patients!

Read More »
Understanding these differences between dental implants and dentures can help you find out which option is best for you

Dental Implants vs. Dentures

Tooth replacement is a common dental issue that many of us will face in our lifetime. Consider your own personal health and circumstance when deciding whether dental implants or dentures are right for you. Here are some starting points to get yourself familiar with these common tooth replacement technologies.

Read More »
Follow these tips to caring for your new dental implant

Dental Implant Home Care

Caring for your newly-placed dental implant is necessary to ensure that it lasts for a long time. With proper care, a dental implant can last for decades without complications. After a dental implant placement, having a home care plan is necessary to ensure comfort and recovery.

Read More »
A dental implant might be needed if you are experiencing certain symptoms

Signs You Need a Dental Implant

When it comes to good dental health, practicing the basics such as brushing, flossing, and maintaining a healthy diet are essential. However, there are times when even doing the essentials might not be enough. Over time, you might notice a little more wear and tear on your teeth and gums. Perhaps you’ve recently even lost a tooth following a tooth extraction or accident…

Read More »
Learn about different kinds of food and their impacts on oral health

How Food Can Affect Your Oral Health

Being mindful of your eating habits is important for your overall health. Acknowledging any oral health issues and understanding how what you eat and drink affects your oral health are necessary steps to gaining a brighter and healthier smile!

Read More »
Over-brushing your teeth might be causing you more harm than good.

Over-Brushing Your Teeth?

We know that brushing your teeth is one of the most important basics of oral self-care, but some of us are over-doing it. The recommendation that you hear most often is to brush your teeth 2 times a day for 2 minutes, in the morning and in the evening. Those with extremely committed dental care will even brush 3 times a day, once after each meal…

Read More »