A Bridge Restoration Might Be Able to Restore the Presence of a Previously Extracted Tooth

The void left behind by a tooth that required treatment by extraction can lead to a myriad of potential complications. Beyond obvious things like impaired oral function and changes in your smile’s appearance, the missing tooth can also cause changes in the alignment of other teeth in the area. As time passes, the teeth adjacent… Read more »

A Dental Implant is a Good Option for Restoring a Lost Molar

The large molars at the back of your mouth serve an important function in chewing and grinding the foods you consume. When one is lost to untreated decay, avulsion or required extraction, it can impair your ability to chew and it can even increase your chances of choking on a piece of food. There are… Read more »

Experience New Adventures with Your Glorious Dentures

Every broken smile deserves to shine once more. If your smile is missing a few teeth, don’t settle with a smile that is doomed to eternal unhappiness. Although artificial teeth may not be yours, they can look and function as good as or in cases even better, that the originals. Experience new adventures with your… Read more »

Wisdom Teeth Extraction: The Facts

You probably know that your wisdom teeth usually erupt after all of your other teeth, generally between the ages of sixteen and twenty years old. Since your wisdom teeth are the last to come in, there often isn’t enough room for them to erupt properly. This can lead to a number of serious complications. If… Read more »

Tooth Extraction Recovery

Having a tooth extracted is a serious and extensive treatment, and at in , , we encourage our patients to prepare for the appointment as much as possible. To help you do so, our caring dental team has three helpful tips for you. Tip #1- The worst thing you can do on the day of… Read more »

Healthy Foods for Your Smile

As you may know, certain foods can harm your pearly whites. For instance, foods and drinks like soda and candy can damage your teeth and cause tooth decay. However, did you know that there are several foods that could actually help your teeth? For example, you probably know that an apple is good for your… Read more »

The Changes That Happen to Your Oral Health During Pregnancy

The human body changes when a woman is pregnant. Pregnant women need to take care of their bodies to make sure their baby is healthy. However, many pregnant women forget about the importance of protecting their oral health. In reality, if pregnant women don’t care for their teeth well, they could experience a number of… Read more »

Don’t Get Halloween Cavities

Halloween is the time of year when it’s very easy to get cavities. With the huge amount of candy suddenly in our diets, it’s hard to say no to the sweets. However, our team here at in , wants to help you avoid getting any Halloween-caused cavities. With that in mind, let’s look at some… Read more »

A Severely Cracked Tooth Might Need Extraction Before It Can Be Restored by a Dental Implant

There are times when a hard fall, blow the face or other accident can impart enough force to crack, fracture or break a tooth. In many cases, a broken tooth has suffered so much damage that a dentist has to extract it to prevent additional complications. Once your gums have healed we can help you… Read more »

If a Crown Falls Out You Should Not Delay in Seeking Immediate Treatment

When Dr. initially installed your crown it was intended to restore the decayed or damaged tooth for many years to come. Unfortunately, there are scenarios where something like a blow to the face, or complications from chronic gum disease can weaken the cement holding your crown in place. In a dire situation, it is possible… Read more »