Recovering from Root Canal Procedures

Following a root canal treatment, you may experience some tenderness. Don’t worry: this is very normal. We’ve assembled the following information to support you as you adjust during this recuperation stage. Please give us a call if you have any further queries about recovery after a root canal treatment. After a root canal treatment, your… Read more »

Are You Breastfeeding? Here Are Some Things to Know About Dental Health

If you’re breastfeeding your child, you probably have many dental health questions in mind, like if breastfeeding is good for your child’s smile development or even if breastmilk is healthy for your baby’s teeth. Our dentist, Dr. , is happy to teach you a little bit about dental health while breastfeeding so you can expand… Read more »

Taking Care of Your New Dentures

So, you decided to get dentures. This is a great choice to fill in your smile! Whether you have partial dentures or full dentures, you need to adjust to your new oral hygiene routine. Here are some things to remember as you care for your dentures. First off, don’t let your dentures dry out. They… Read more »

Medication and Possible Oral Side Effects

Some medications can have a negative impact on your oral health. That’s why it’s so important to tell Dr. about all medications you are taking, whether they are over the counter or prescription. It’s also helpful to have a basic knowledge about what side effects you might see in your mouth. Here’s a list: Bleeding:… Read more »

Chronic Periodontal Health Problems Can Gradually Affect the Integrity of Your Dental Bridge

A dental bridge is often used to replace a missing, extracted or severely decayed tooth. It is cemented onto the anchoring abutments with a very strong dental adhesive. This is meant to bond the dental work in place for many years. If you struggle to maintain good oral hygiene, hardened tartar can start to build… Read more »

How Do I Know Which Mouthwash is Best for My Smile?

Sometimes it’s difficult to choose the right mouthwash for your smile, especially because there are a variety of different mouthwash options in the oral hygiene aisle at the store. However, there is no need to worry. With Dr. ’s help, you’ll be able to choose the best mouthwash that can help you complete the cleaning… Read more »

Oral Hygiene Topic: Zoom! Whitening Systems

Can Zoom! whitening kits clear deep stains beneath your tooth enamel? The truth is yes, it can. Zoom! whitening treatments are intended to make your smile shine brighter and whiter than ever before, and thanks to the high-quality materials and tools used in the treatment, they can succeed. Zoom! whitening works by applying a specialty… Read more »

A Whitening Consultation Can Help Determine the Most Effective Method to Safely Whiten Your Teeth

At first glance, your tooth enamel might appear to be a solid substance, yet it is rife with microscopic pores. When you drink dark beverages or eat certain foods, tiny, dark particles can become trapped on the surfaces of your teeth. If they’re not removed in a timely manner, it could leave you with a… Read more »

Flossing Is Important

Flossing is an essential part of oral health care. Did you know, flossing each day can help you win the war against cavities and gum disease? Well, it’s true! There are many different kinds of floss and treatments you can use, so how do you know which one is best for you? Our team here… Read more »

What Are the Most Likely Risk Factors for Toothaches?

What are the most likely risk factors for toothaches? A toothache refers to painful trauma when nerves within your pulp, located in the roots of your teeth, are damaged. This can be the result of an infection, an oral accident or injury, poor oral hygiene, or tooth loss including extractions, and in some cases, the… Read more »