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When you meet someone new, what is the first thing you notice about them? The second? Chances are that the new individual’s mouth and teeth are either first or a very close second. A smile can be a very powerful thing–it can display confidence provide insight into how the individual values self-care. Needless to say, it is easier to confidently smile widely and often if you … Learn More >>

Teeth Bleaching

The purpose of teeth bleaching is to brighten the color of your teeth–often in response to yellowing or stains. While there are some over-the-counter teeth whitening options, these are usually not quite as safe or effective as professional teeth bleaching, which can brighten tooth color from five to seven shades whiter. There are two main … Learn More >>


Dental veneers can be a wonderful solution for handling many undesirable situations including tooth discolorations, gaps between teeth, chipped or worn teeth and much more. These thin shells are bonded to the front of the teeth, requiring no (or very little) anesthesia, and they can be … Learn More >>

Porcelain Crowns

Where a tooth has largely been lost due to decay or damage, a porcelain crown is the best way to resolve the issue as it is thicker than a veneer and this is often necessary with extensive … Learn More >>

Implant Crowns

Where a dental implant is needed to take the place of an entire natural tooth which has been removed due to extensive damage or decay, an individual will need a dental implant and an implant crown for both function and appearance reasons. The dental implant itself is … Learn More >>


Many individuals have teeth that are crooked or misaligned, which can create both cosmetic and comfort issues. Braces may seem like the obvious solution, but the truth is … Learn More >>

Pain Management

Dental pain can occur for a variety of reasons, but no matter the cause it should be rapidly addressed. Not only does it indicate that there is a significant issue that … Learn More >>

Root Canals

When a tooth is badly damaged or infected, as in the case of a cracked tooth, a very deep cavity or trauma, a root canal is necessary in order to clean the canals that are … Learn More >>

Sedative Fillings

Sometimes a tooth is very badly damaged or decayed but it cannot be effectively addressed or handled in a single dental visit, perhaps partly due to inflammation, in which case a sedative filling may be used. A sedative filling, which is … Learn More >>


There are several reasons for why a tooth extraction may need to occur. A tooth that has been thoroughly damaged by either trauma or decay but that cannot … Learn More >>


While grinding your teeth at night may simply seem to be an irritating habit, it can actually cause a considerable amount of discomfort, including a sore jaw, a headache and even tooth pain. A dentist will be able to determine whether … Learn More >>


Preventative dentistry is designed to help you protect and maintain your oral health by taking action to prevent the development of undesirable oral issues and diseases. However, the fact is that sometimes … Learn More >>

Tooth Colored Fillings

Where there has been some decay on the surface of the tooth, a dental filling is necessary in order to restore the integrity of the surface of the tooth and to prevent further, deeper damage. There are a variety of … Learn More >>


Where there has been more extensive damage to a tooth, as when it has been chipped, cracked or significantly decayed, a dental filling is insufficient to … Learn More >>


Where there are one or more missing teeth, a dental bridge may be used to help prevent the adjacent teeth from drifting into the gap, and it can also restore your ability to speak and chew properly. A dental bridge is exactly what it sounds like–a bridge that … Learn More >>


Dental implants can be an appealing alternative to bridges and conventional dentures. These metal posts or frames are fused to the jawbone, which allows them to provide stable support to artificial teeth so they won’t slip or shift, especially when … Learn More >>


Dental veneers can be useful in situations where teeth are extensively discolored, worn down, chipped or broken, misaligned, uneven, irregularly shaped or … Learn More >>

Full Dentures

Full dentures replace all of the teeth in your mouth when these teeth have been lost or damaged for some reason. The gum-colored acrylic base, which is custom-made based on impressions taken of your mouth, fits over your gums and can be … Learn More >>

Partial Dentures

Like full dentures, partial dentures consist of a gum-colored acrylic base that is placed over your gums. However, … Learn More >>


The old saying, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is true across many fields, including dentistry. Establishing, maintaining and protecting your oral health ensures that not only will your teeth, gums and jaw remain … Learn More >>

Dental Cleanings

Keeping your teeth clean is a very important part of preventative dental care, which is why dentists recommend that you brush your teeth at least twice a day and floss your teeth at least once a day. This daily care is certainly vital to your oral … Learn More >>

Digital X-rays

Many things that are occurring with your teeth can be easily determined through a visual examination, but there are many other things that are only … Learn More >>


Fluoride has long been used to combat tooth decay, which is why it is often present in our drinking water and toothpastes and why fluoride treatments are … Learn More >>


Sealants, which are thin, plastic-like coatings placed on your back, chewing teeth, are an important part of preventing tooth decay. While fluoride in our … Learn More >>

Sports Mouthguards

Mouthguards are soft plastic or laminate gear that are worn in the mouth for the express purpose of protecting the teeth, mouth, cheeks, tongue and jaw against injuries. They can be … Learn More >>

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