There are a countless number of issues that can threaten the integrity of your oral health, and unfortunately, there are only a handful of practices we can take part in to ensure complete protection. Indeed, infection and decay can affect anyone’s smile at any time, and sometimes it can occur much more rapidly than one might hope. Fortunately, cutting-edge technology... read more »
RESPONSE TO COVID-19
In effort to control the spread of COVID-19 a Dry Hydrogen Peroxide (DHP) system has been installed in the office to reduce the percent of bacteria, viruses and mold in the air and on surfaces. This method has been proven in reduction of microbes in occupied spaces. DHP has been effective against every species of microbe on which it has been tested.
As concerns arise from how we prepare to fight this pandemic together within the community we are making changes within. We are advising patients to call when they arrive and wait in their cars until we are ready for them. This will diminish the number of people sitting in the waiting room and allows us to further disinfect the office adequately to keep everyone safe.
When it comes to dentistry and overall oral health, there are a great number of factors that are brought into consideration. For instance, an individual typically wants to maintain a gorgeous and bright appearance, while also ensuring that it is functioning properly and each structure is healthy. That being said, ensuring proper health is an ongoing and heavily-involved process. While... read more »
For patients who have suffered from an injury to their teeth, skin, or bones of their face, our highly trained oral and maxillofacial surgeon can safely address your facial injuries so you can once again look and feel like yourself. It is crucial because facial injuries cause not just physical but emotional trauma alike, affecting long-term mental and physical health.... read more »
Thanks to cutting-edge dental technology and procedures, treatments such as restorative dentistry help us manage the effects of dangerous decay, infection, and more much easier. Indeed, this is truly a helpful process when it comes to taking care of our grins, as there are countless factors that threaten their integrity. Still, when it comes down to it, preventive dentistry is... read more »
Dental decay is among many complications that pose a major threat to your health. In its early stages, it may appear is nothing more than a small cavity. As it progresses, however, it can lead to significant tooth loss and infection. What’s more, loss impacts your oral structure and function, putting you at risk of developing even more health-threatening complications.... read more »
Spring is officially here! Along with the shifting, warmer weather and blossoming trees and bushes (hello, allergies!), spring feels like a time of change, growth, and prosperity. Spring is a time when many of us are excited to clean out our closets, get rid of old clutter and cobwebs in the home, and start some fun projects around the house.... read more »
It goes without saying that the list of factors that negatively impact our smile is forever expanding. From oral cancer to physical accidents and everything in-between, it can be grueling to keep up and ensure the protection of our grins. While this is true, however, the biggest threat to nearly everyone’s smile involves the dangers of dental decay. In today’s... read more »
In last week’s blog, we discussed situations in which a dental extraction may be your best bet to preserving your oral health. In fact, there are what feels like countless threats to your smile that require consistent care to avoid, and sometimes it can take something as simple as sun exposure to cause significant damage. The month of April is... read more »
Your oral health is the top priority to consider when attending your routine preventive care visit. While a great deal of attention is often given to your smile’s appearance, its function and overall quality are just as important, if not even more so. As a result of improper care or other emergency circumstance, some people face major destruction and decay... read more »
There are many different dental treatment options that can address the effects of tooth decay. Tooth decay will damage your teeth over time, but dental fillings and dental crowns can repair this damage to restore your teeth. It will save you time and money in the long run if you do what you can to avoid the need for these... read more »