Three Tips for Toothbrush Care

No matter how often you may clean your teeth, if your toothbrush is not up to the task, your efforts may prove worthless. Improve your toothbrush managing techniques with these 5 simple tips: Storage: Never share your toothbrush with anyone else! This spreads bacteria and contaminates the toothbrush. Avoid cross-contamination by storing your toothbrush away from other toothbrushes. Store your... read more »

Boost Your Smile With Dental Veneers

Did you know you can give your smile and self-esteem a boost through dental veneers? Well, it’s true! Having a smile you can be proud of makes it easier to show off and makes you look happier and more approachable. That is why dental veneers have risen in popularity, sweeping the nation with sparkling smiles. Here at our office in... read more »

Avoiding Oral Care: What You Should Know

Would you be surprised to learn that there are a number of things you should do to keep your teeth healthy? You’ve probably heard that it’s very important for you to brush and floss your teeth on a daily basis, and you may know that it is vital to visit our dentist at least once every six months. Still, do... read more »

Dental Veneers: The Facts

Americans spend millions of dollars on the appearance of their teeth every year. Having flaws in your smile can be embarrassing, and this causes many people have issues with their self-confidence. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to attain a more beautiful smile. And when you’re considering your options, please don’t forget about dental veneers. Veneers, which are... read more »

Invisalign® Can Be Just the Gift You Are Looking For

The winter season is coming soon, and our quest to start looking for the perfect gifts is right around the corner. Not only are we enticed to get wonderful gifts for others, but our own needs may even come into play. Don’t forget to treat yourself this holiday season, as your health and happiness are important too. One potential gift... read more »

The Structure Of Your Smile

Incisors, canines, bicuspids, and molars are all of the different type of teeth that make up the anatomy of your smile, but do you know the different tissues that make up the anatomy of these teeth? Keep reading to learn more about the structure of your smile. Enamel: This hard, calcified tissue surrounds and protects the crowns of your teeth.... read more »

Six Super Snacks For Your Smile

Most snacks like potato chips or cookies are not good for your dental health because they are high in starches that stick to teeth or sugars that plaque bacteria use to create acids. But frequent snackers can improve their dental health by switching out there regular treats for these six snacks that are good for the health of your smile.... read more »