Check out our blog post to discover 5 simple ways you can promote outstanding oral health before your next dental appointment. We want you to feel confident when caring for your teeth! Contact us for additional dental hygiene tips.
If you’ve been told by your dentist that you have a cavity, but you’ve never experienced any symptoms, you’re not alone. For most people, cavities aren’t recognized until they’re in a more severe state. Read our blog post for the lowdown on cavities. Don’t forget to contact our office to schedule a checkup!
While the holidays are a time of family, friends, and a little self-indulgence, the New Year is a time for goal setting. The top New Years’ resolutions are always dominated by self-improvement like: Get healthy Get organized Get fit Read more Stress less Although many people set New Years’ resolutions, 80% of them fail by […]
The term “amalgam fillings” might sound unfamiliar, but you probably know them as silver fillings…maybe you even have some! These kinds of fillings are made from dental amalgam, but many people wonder if that compound material is actually safe. History of Dental Amalgam Since the mid-nineteenth century, amalgam has been made from mercury, silver, copper, […]
Shopping in today’s modern world means having the ability to choose from tons of different brands for one single type of product. Sometimes, however, the amount of choices on the shelves can leave you scratching your head trying to decide what you actually want or need. This is no exception when it comes to purchasing […]
The term “root canal” refers to both the inner part of the teeth where the pulp is located and also to the multistep restorative dental procedure to remove infected material, relieve pain, and seal it to protect against future root canal pain. A root canal may also involve removing the nerve for the infected tooth. […]