Dental Bridges

Unfortunately, children aren’t the only ones who lose teeth. It is all too common for adults to lose teeth due to trauma or decay. If you are missing one or …

Back to School Dental Routines

Back to school means back to brushing! If your children’s dental routines have slipped this summer, back to school is the perfect time to get them back on track. Routines …

Rest in Peace, Teeth

Tooth death is a real problem. Yes, I said death. Believe it or not, your teeth are alive. Ultimately, this means that they can die. This death can occur because …

Teething Troubles

The most difficult person to deal with is arguably a teething toddler. Say what you will about the ‘terrible two’s’, I’m more concerned about the ‘terrible teether’s’. To make matters …

Dental Inlays & Onlays

Fillings and Crowns are not the only way to preserve a damaged tooth. If your tooth is too damaged for a filling, but not so far gone to require a …

Which Toothbrush Is Right for Me

Dentists are asked everyday, “which toothbrush is right for me?” There are a lot of choices out there; making you question what toothbrush is best. The truth is, you shouldn’t …

Dangers of Plaque Buildup

Plaque is just a part of life. It might be annoying, but unavoidable. Plaque is constantly forming in our mouths. I bet if you run your tongue over your teeth …

Types of Dental X-rays

There is a reason current x-rays are one of the first things a dentist looks for on your chart. Dental x-rays are essential to any and all dental care plans. …

Endodontists: Your Dental Specialist

Similar to doctors, dentists have the option to specialize. Endodontic treatment is one of those specialties. Every endodontist is a dentist, but according to the American Association of Endodontists (AAE), …