Receive a Consultation for a Sleep Apnea Treatment Today!

Are you at risk for sleep apnea? This is a sleeping disorder caused by irregular breathing in consequence of either central or obstructive sleep apnea. Obstructive occurs when there is something blocking the airway which is typically soft tissues, whereas central sleep apnea is brain signals failing to send messages to muscles to breath. Dr…. Read more »

The Fundamentals of Water Flossing

A key facet of oral health care is flossing your teeth every day. However, for older individuals and others, traditional thread may not be the most efficient or effective means of accomplishing the task of cleaning between teeth. In this case, consider opting in for water flossers instead. For a list of guidelines concerning water… Read more »

Get a Root Canal Restoration Today!

The most common types of tooth damage in the root and pulp are caused by an intruding cavity, cracked tooth, or injury to the tooth. This can be fixed with a root canal! Many myths surround root canal therapy, but it’s an unpainful procedure made possible with modern technology and advancements. Dr. and our dental… Read more »

How Can I Keep My Dental Crown in the Best Shape Possible?

Dental crowns are meant to restore your worn-down, broken, discolored, or severely decayed teeth. Once your crown is placed over your tooth, it can offer strong, beautiful, as well as natural-looking results. To maintain these results, you will need to take good care of your crown. To help you keep it in top-notch condition, our… Read more »

Crown or Filling? First, Get a Crown Lengthening

Before you get a filling or crown put in, your periodontist may inform you need a crown lengthening. What’s a crown lengthening you ask? It’s a simple procedure to make room for a dental fix if the gum is overlapping the tooth where a fix can’t be made. Another reason the gum is overlapping is… Read more »

Dental Fillings Remove Cavities and Repair Smiles

Dental fillings remove cavities and repair smiles. If tooth decay has occurred to the level that your tooth enamel has a significant amount of dental erosion, a hole may have formed in a tooth, called a cavity. To prevent infection and tooth loss, the cavity must be filled in with a dental filling, which is… Read more »

Whitening Toothpaste Can Help Remove Surface Stains After a Bleaching Treatment

Simple things like dark foods, dark beverages and tobacco use can make minor surface stains set into the surfaces of your teeth. If they’re not removed in a timely manner, these minor dental stains can start to permeate deeper and deeper into your tooth enamel. In a situation like this, your most effective method for… Read more »

How to Treat Teeth Grinding

Have you ever heard of bruxism, also known as teeth grinding? As you may know, some people grind their teeth when they’re nervous. However, did you know that teeth grinding could actually cause a number of serious oral health problems? For instance, if you grind your teeth, you could actually crack or chip your teeth…. Read more »

Common Questions About Teeth Healthy Foods and Snacks

Although there are many foods that can easily damage your teeth and gums, there are also many foods that can help protect your mouth. Protect your teeth and strengthen your tooth enamel with a healthy diet. Listed below are some common questions about tooth-healthy foods and snacks: What are the benefits of eating healthy foods?… Read more »

How to Find Out If You Need a Root Canal

Severe tooth decay can not only put a damper on your smile, but it can also inflict serious damage to your teeth’s enamel. In cases where a large portion of the enamel has suffered decay, the tooth may not have enough healthy enamel left on which to anchor a filling. The infection may have also… Read more »