Blog Articles

Does My Tooth Have to Be Extracted or Can It Be Saved?

If your tooth is infected, damaged, or badly decayed, is an extraction your only option? Not necessarily. In this blog, we explore the signs that you may need an extraction and signs that your tooth can still be saved.

Dec 2nd, 2021
The Importance of Having Your Teeth Professionally Cleaned

The American Dental Association encourages all children and adults to receive regular dental check-ups — and this includes professional cleanings. In this blog, we explore why these routine visits are so important for your oral and overall health.

Nov 2nd, 2021
Benefits of Sedation Dentistry

Sedation dentistry is known for easing jitters in the dentist’s chair, but did you know that it provides additional benefits? Continue reading to learn about the many advantages of sedation dentistry and the types of sedation we offer.

Sep 5th, 2021
What Do We Look for During an Oral Exam?

Are you getting ready for your upcoming dental cleaning and exam? Routine dental care isn’t just about getting a cleaning. We provide an oral exam, too. Continue reading to learn more about what we look for during your oral exam.

Aug 3rd, 2021
3 Ways You Can Boost Your Flossing Routine

Flossing is one of the pillars of at-home oral care. Because flossing is so important, it's a good idea to make sure your flossing game is on point. Read on to discover three ways you can boost your flossing routine.

Jul 14th, 2021
Speak, Smile, and Chew Confidently With Dental Implants

Feeling self-conscious about a missing tooth (or teeth)? Dental implants are a popular choice when it comes to restoration options. In this blog, we explain how dental implants improve your speech, your ability to chew, and your smile.

May 21st, 2021
5 Reasons You Should Consider Veneers

If you’re looking for an immediate improvement on your smile without lots of complicated dental work, then dental veneers may be your answer. Veneers transform your smile with strong, durable material that looks and feels like your natural teeth.

Mar 8th, 2021