Fluoride is a mineral found in rock, soil, and water. For almost one hundred years, it’s been added to community water systems, mouthwash, and toothpaste! Read our blog post to find out why fluoride is one of the best ways to prevent cavities and protect your teeth.
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Have you noticed that your teeth don’t look as white as they used to? You’re not alone! Aging and many other factors can take a toll on our tooth color over time. Luckily, there are many wonderful, professional teeth whitening treatments available that can help you brighten and whiten your smile with ease. Read our blog post for what you need to know about deep bleaching whitening treatments!
Did you know that your tooth enamel is the hardest substance in your body? It’s a good thing tooth enamel is strong because it has an important job: protecting your teeth from decay. Check out our blog post for some tips on how to take care of your tooth enamel.
While it’s fun to play games like basketball or soccer or always great to have friendly competitions with friends, a fun event can sometimes end with a knocked-out tooth. If you end up with one less tooth, it’s critical to act fast to save your tooth successfully. Read our blog post for five steps to save a knocked-out tooth!
Are you undergoing oral surgery treatment soon? We understand that oral surgery can seem scary and intimidating. However, you have nothing to fear! Sometimes, just knowing what to expect during and after your treatment can help you feel more at ease. Read our blog post for tips on how you can prepare for your oral surgery!
If your teeth need a little boost, there’s luckily a wide variety of cosmetic treatments on the market. Dental bonding and porcelain veneers are two that work great for patients seeking to enhance their teeth in multiple ways. Read our blog post for details!
Are you missing teeth? There are a handful of great replacement options, like dental implants! This treatment restores your smile’s appearance and function. Check out our blog post to find out if dental implants are the right choice for you.
Do you wake up with extreme jaw pain, or hear a strange clicking sound whenever you move your jaw? You might be experiencing TMJ/TMD issues. Although TMJ/TMD are often used interchangeably, they actually mean completely different things. Check out our blog post where we define TMJ, TMD, and discuss how we can treat your jaw pain effectively.
Chipping a tooth can be a pretty scary experience. It’s an unwanted event, of course, but the good news is that there are ways of treating a chipped tooth that will leave your smile looking and feeling brand new! Read our blog post to learn about a few ways of treating a chipped tooth.
Brushing your teeth twice a day is one of the most important steps you can take to keep your teeth clean and healthy. However, it’s best to practice moderation and not brush too frequently or too aggressively. Read our blog post for our brushing recommendations!