If You Have These Symptoms, You Might Have Cavities

At , Dr. treats many patients who have unfortunately developed painful cavities. Most of our patients can tell they have a cavity before coming in, but sometimes it’s not that easy to tell what the issue is. Because of this, we’d like to help out our patients by describing two common types of symptoms that… Read more »

A Custom Partial Can Replace the Absent Function of Multiple Lost Teeth

If a dental avulsion or severe tooth decay has caused the loss of multiple teeth in one part of your mouth, it can have a serious negative impact on your oral function and quality of life. If you are put-off by the invasive nature of dental implant surgery, you might be interested in having Dr…. Read more »

A Missing Tooth Can Often Be Replaced by a Bridge Restoration

If you’re missing a tooth from decay or extraction, it can affect your oral health and quality of life in several different ways. Inefficient chewing, slurred speech and an unappealing smile are just the tip of the iceberg. As time goes on, the structural void can also cause orthodontic and alignment issues with the surrounding… Read more »

Treatment Options for Temporomandibular Disorder

Did you know that the ball and socket joints in your jaw, known as temporomandibular joints, are often the root cause for a variety of pain symptoms throughout the head and lower neck? Your jaw plays such an essential role in your mouth, that the complex mechanism can have consequences seen all over the upper… Read more »

Cosmetic Dentistry for Your Best Smile Ever!

If you’ve embarrassed for you smile, hidden it for pictures, or tried not to laugh because of how your teeth looked, we can help! Cosmetic dentistry is a large body of dental treatments that can give you your best smile ever! – Implants: Our dental implants are used to fill in the void left behind… Read more »

How to Keep Your Child’s Smile in Tip-Top Shape

Your child’s teeth need daily brushing—just like yours do. However, it might seem a little difficult, but it’s not as tricky as you might think it is. In fact, all you need to do is follow these steps: Step 1: Grab a toothbrush that is made for children. This brush is usually smaller and has… Read more »

A Dental Implant Can Be Used to Replace an Extracted Tooth

Having a extracted tooth can affect your mouth in multiple ways. At first, this can impair your ability to chew food and perhaps give you an unappealing smile. In time, the structural loss of the tooth can cause the surrounding teeth to twist and migrate toward the void. This greatly increases your chances of suffering… Read more »

Aligning Your Teeth With Invisalign®

Invisalign® is a revolutionary brand of orthodontic braces that seeks to give you straight teeth without all the messy metal wires and brackets. Invisalign clear aligners can be customized to provide you with the sleekness and discreetness of nearly invisible quality design. The amazing team at is here to give you a personalized plan with… Read more »

Your Oral and Overall Health: The Connection

You may know that you should brush your teeth if you’re interested in protecting the health of your teeth, but did you know that brushing and flossing could also help your overall health? If you don’t care for the health of your teeth, plaque and bacteria may enter your bloodstream and cause long-term damage. Even… Read more »

Whitening Toothpaste Can Brighten Minor Surface Stains While You Brush Your Teeth

Minor surface stains on your smile can gradually start to penetrate the tooth enamel, causing more significant stains. Once this happens, only professional methods will be strong enough to restore the whiteness of your smile. Removing minor surface stains in a timely manner can prevent this from happening. Brushing your teeth with a whitening toothpaste… Read more »