Learn The Benefits Of Cosmetic Dentistry For Your Oral Health

Are you unhappy with your smile and looking to make a change? We can offer our patients a number of cosmetic dentistry treatments to bring about the changes they would like to see. Cosmetic dentistry can improve teeth that are severely stained, discolored, worn, chipped, broken, misshapen, or have gaps between them. If you have an upcoming event or would simply like to change your smile, we can help! Read on to learn more about cosmetic dentistry and the treatments we offer.

Don’t Delay A Recommended Treatment — Schedule An Appointment Today!

We know that many of our patients are extremely busy during this time of year. Between work, end-of-school celebrations, sports, family outings, and time with friends, it can feel like there is never a free minute during the week. No matter how busy you may be, it is important to make your oral health a priority. You only have one set of teeth for your lifetime, so it is important to care for them properly.

Foods With Benefits To Your Oral Health

There is the popular saying, “You are what you eat,” which means the foods you consume can have an effect on your body and overall health. The same is true for your oral health. We frequently explain the importance of limiting sugary foods in your diet because of the harmful effects they can have on your teeth and gums. However, do you know which foods are beneficial to your oral health? We are going to share some recommendations that can help your teeth and gums:

It’s Spring! Time For A Dental Check-Up!

We are so happy that it is finally spring. Spring is a popular time for “spring cleaning,” which is the process of thoroughly cleaning your home to remove the lingering effects of the winter. We encourage our patients to do the same with their oral health. If it has been some time since your last visit, spring is the perfect time to schedule an oral hygiene examination and cleaning. Read on to learn more.

Important Information About Fillings

With spring arriving in a few short days, there is no better time to schedule an oral hygiene examination and cleaning. During these visits, we not only thoroughly clean your teeth, but we also check for problems in your mouth, such as dental decay. If we detect decay, also known as a cavity, we will recommend that you schedule an appointment for a filling. The process of filling a tooth includes removing the harmful decay and replacing it with a composite material that blends in with the remaining tooth enamel. Receiving treatment as soon as we recommend it is extremely important. Cavities cannot heal on their own and will continue to expand, potentially leading to the need for a more involved treatment.

3 Tips For Staying Calm At The Dentist

Do you avoid visiting our office because you suffer from dental anxiety? When it comes to dental care, a large number of adults experience some degree of nervousness or anxiety. While we are sympathetic to everyone’s feelings, avoiding dental care is not the answer. Not getting the care you need can have serious consequences for your current and future oral health. We want to share three helpful ways you can relax during your dental visit. Read on to learn more about these tips.