Taking care of your smile is a lifelong process that often requires more care than patients are unknowingly putting in. Indeed, tooth decay, gum infection, and even structural loss can impact any person, and more often than not, the situation has progressed significantly before treatment is first sought. A primary example of this involves infected teeth roots that occur after... 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.
It goes without saying that your smile is constantly facing a barrage of threats over the course of your life. Indeed, from oral bacteria and tooth decay to infection and even the foods and beverages you consume, there is nothing your smile is truly safe from. As such, your dentist recommends practicing a well-rounded preventive routine to ensure your structures... read more »
Taking care of your smile involves a number of moving parts. From attending your routine checkups to preventive care at home and every step in-between, the process is not as linear as most make it out to be. As such, it is also extremely important that we take every step we can to provide the protection necessary to fend off... read more »
Restorative dental procedures such as cavity fillings, root canals, and custom crown restorations are essential to addressing major threats to your oral health. After all, your smile is constantly under the scrutiny of more factors than can be counted on two hands, and sometimes these problems persist until they have compromised entire structures. Still, however, preventive dentistry is considered the... read more »
Ensuring your smile is protected from harm means taking part in a thorough and well-rounded preventive dental routine. While this is often sufficient to fend off most threats, bear in mind, however, that it only takes falling short in your routine one time for infection and bacteria to set in, causing major complications down the line. As such, having a... read more »
Taking care of your teeth and other oral structures is a lifelong process, and one that certainly requires more effort than most individuals routinely put into it. Indeed, a well-rounded preventive routine should be able to address multiple aspects that contribute to your oral health so that you can avoid the effects of tooth decay, gum disease, and more. Still,... read more »
Whether you are aware of it or not, your smile is constantly on the defensive against a barrage of oral health threats and complications. Indeed, practices such as restorative dental treatment function as a necessary backup plan to the onset of concerns, and in many cases, allow for a patient to have their diseases or infected teeth treated so that... read more »
From a young age, your dentist and parental figures may have emphasized the importance of a well-rounded preventive dental routine, and how it is necessary to keep your smile healthy and happy. Indeed, seeking effective care sooner rather than later will certainly pave the way for a sturdier grin, but it is important to recognize that some conditions or experiences... read more »
Your teeth are constantly under the scrutiny of a barrage of oral threats. Indeed, factors can range from oral cancer to gum infection, to dental decay and just about anything else in-between. What’s more? Activities such as eating, sleeping, and even too much sun exposure can cause complications to arise, especially if you are not being conscious or aware. In... read more »
Regularly scheduled visits to your dentist are essential for maintaining good oral health. When you go in for your twice-yearly checkup and cleaning, your oral health care professional will thoroughly clean your teeth to minimize the chances of you developing cavities and gingivitis. They will also closely examine your mouth for signs of tooth decay and gum disease. While none... read more »