Will My Dental Crown Match My Teeth?

If you have a decayed or damaged tooth, a dental crown can help prevent the tooth or surrounding teeth from sustaining damage and restore your smile. But many patients worry about how dental crowns work and whether or not they’d work with their smiles. Read our blog post to learn more about our realistic, beautiful dental crowns and dental crown procedure.

How Can My Child Avoid Tooth Decay?

When it comes to your child’s smile, we understand just how important it is to set them on the right path towards a lifetime of great oral health! Read our blog post to learn how to help your kiddo avoid cavities and maintain a healthy, happy smile!

How to Care for Your Toothbrush

Your toothbrush is one of the most important tools to help you preserve your healthy smile. Although many of us don’t think twice about our toothbrushes once we’re done using them, caring for them will only enhance your oral health care routine. Check out our blog post for some tips on how to care for your toothbrush to make the very most of your routine every time you brush.

Pros & Cons of Tooth Crowns

If you have a tooth that is chipped, cracked, or damaged, it can be hard to imagine having a perfect smile again. Dental crowns are a common restorative option for those who’d like to enhance the appearance of their smile. Read our blog post where we break down the pros and cons of dental crowns so you can make an informed decision.

What Is Gum Disease & How to Prevent It

Gum disease may be one of the most common dental problems that occur. But it’s also fairly easy to prevent and treat in early cases. Read our blog post to learn about gum disease and how to prevent it.

History of Teeth Whitening

History has shown that having white teeth has been desirable over the years. Check out our blog post where we take a road through time and take a look at how people used to whiten their teeth and how we do it today.

Why Is Flossing Necessary?

It may be tempting to skip flossing when taking care of your oral health at home, but flossing is a quick, easy, and essential part of keeping your teeth and gums clean and healthy. Read our blog post to see how important flossing is to maintaining your oral health.

What Is Dental Anxiety?

If you feel scared or anxious about going to the dentist, you’re not the only one. Researchers estimate that between 50 and 80 percent of Americans experience some level of dental anxiety. Whatever your reason for feeling dental anxiety, our team is here for you. Read our blog post where we share a few tips to make your office experience as comfortable as possible.
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