The Trouble With Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Do you or a loved one snore? If so, are you aware that snoring could cause many serious conditions to their health? Yes, it’s true! There are many forms of sleep apnea, but the most common type is called obstructive sleep apnea, which if identified needs to be treated and addressed for quality sleep and… Read more »

The Rewards of Flossing

If you floss regularly, you are giving your smile the reward of positive oral health. Flossing can be a critical step in keeping your smile healthy and repelling the effects of cavities and gum disease. Flossing is a great way to clean your teeth where your toothbrush can not reach. That is why flossing is… Read more »

Dental Upgrades: Plaque Buildup Prevention

Although it’s often easier said than done, a healthy mouth depends on being plaque free. In order to keep your mouth free of plaque, you should always make sure you are taking the time to clean it when necessary, which includes having a daily routine in place including cleaning your teeth and gums after meals…. Read more »

A Dental Guard Can Help Address Chronic Night Grinding Problems

Sometimes unaddressed chronic stress can cause you to unconsciously clench their jaw and grind your teeth while sleeping. While it might very serious at first the chronic condition of bruxism can eventually lead to problems with your temporomandibular joints. It can also put you at increased risk of suffering a dental fracture. This could come… Read more »

Toothbrushes: A History

Have you ever wondered how our beloved toothbrush came to be? Our dentist and team are happy to briefly go over the history of the toothbrush with you. The Ancient Toothbrush People have been making tools to clean their teeth since ancient times. Around 3500 to 3000 BC, the Egyptians and Babylonians used a twig… Read more »

Back to Basics in 2018

The new year is right around the corner, and for many of us, this means New Year’s Resolutions! This year, resolve to touch up your oral hygiene habits to make sure you have a mouth-healthy 2018. Brush: Make sure you brush your teeth for a full 2 minutes, twice daily. This removes plaque (a sticky… Read more »

Tooth Extractions: The Differences Between Simple and Surgical Treatments

Did you know there are two different types of tooth extractions? Well, it’s true. There are simple and surgical tooth extractions. These treatments are typically offered when a tooth is severely decayed or injured, when a tooth is causing harm to the smile, or when there isn’t enough room in the mouth. To help you… Read more »

How to Keep the Smile You Love

Did you know that beyond basic oral hygiene, there are things that you should be doing to preserve the health of your smile? Dr. and our team are happy to offer advice on things you can do for your smile. Visit Our Dentist For the health of your smile, visit our dental office at least… Read more »

Bruxism Basics

What is bruxism? This is a chronic habit in which someone unconsciously clenches and grinds the teeth, usually while asleep. If continued for a long time without treatment, this can wear down your teeth and even result in chips and cracks. It can also cause permanent damage to your jaw joints, resulting in headaches, jaw… Read more »

Get Creative About the Treasures the Tooth Fairy Leaves Under Your Child’s Pillow

If you’re tired of the Tooth Fairy leaving money under your child’s pillow, then it’s time to get creative. Fortunately, there are other little treasures the Tooth Fairy can leave for your child if you desire. Those treasures are: -Foreign coins: This might add a little bit of mystery to the Tooth Fairy. It might… Read more »