Be Prepared to Act Quickly in a Dental Emergency

Despite our best efforts, dental emergencies can and do happen. It is imperative that you know what your first steps should be if these situations arise. Becoming familiar with dental emergency procedures can make the difference between saving and losing a tooth. In all cases, we urge you to call our dentists in , ,… Read more »

Improve the Care of Your Smile with Chewing Gum

You should make sure your teeth receive the best possible care, never be afraid to employ alternative health care techniques to keep your smile safe. One effective method to consider is using chewing gum which can lower your risk of tooth decay and harmful plaque buildup. In order to protect your teeth, it is a… Read more »

Watching for Dry Mouth

While dry mouth is a widely known condition, it’s not actually classified as a disorder. The state is a result of the salivary glands creating insufficient amounts of spit, and as a result, many adverse side effects are developed. Learn a small bit more about dry mouth by looking at this post we’ve put together…. Read more »

Removable Dentures Need Some Basic Care

Complete and partial dentures are removable dental appliances created in a special dental lab with exacting standards. The base of the unit is designed to closely follow the impression created by Drs. and Bator, and their staff specialists. While partial and complete dentures are made from special materials that will not succumb to the effects… Read more »

Toothpaste Tidbits

Toothpaste is an important part of taking care of your teeth. You can brush without it in a pinch, but a good toothpaste will help you maintain a healthy smile. While there are toothpastes that provide extra fluoride, fight gum disease, freshen breath and whiten teeth, almost all varieties have the same ingredients. So, what’s… Read more »

A Dental Crown Can Restore an Extensively Decayed Tooth

Small cavities can often be repaired by having Dr. apply a dental filling. However, there are times when a cavity is so large that there isn’t enough healthy tooth enamel remaining to anchor a dental filling. This is even more likely to be the case if the tooth has suffered a dental fracture or was… Read more »

Oral Hygiene Fundamentals

Fall is a great time to review fundamentals of oral hygiene. Just in time to get your routine back in check before the holidays! Here are some things to consider as you review. Toothbrush: Make sure you are taking care of your toothbrush. Toothbrushes only last 3-4 months! When purchasing a new brush, make sure… Read more »

Your Tooth-Brushing Questions Answered

At , the most common bit of advice we give is to brush teeth two times a day for 120 seconds per session. (You likely wouldn’t have guessed that, would you?) Because we’re frequently reminding our patients to brush their teeth, we also get a reasonable number of questions about the correct way to brush… Read more »

My Child Had IV Sedation During Their Appointment. How Do I Care for Them?

If your child had a dental appointment that involved the use of IV sedation, then your child felt calm, comfortable, and relaxed in the dental chair. They were also completely safe during their treatment. To help you care for your child after their appointment, Dr. and our dental team encourage you to do the following… Read more »

Smile Restorations Begin with CEREC

It’s true, CEREC dental crowns can enhance your smile in a single day. The reason is that they are so precisely made that a dentist can take your dental impression and make any alterations necessary to the CEREC crown to suit your needs. It addition it can be milled in-office to be placed later that… Read more »