1. How Dental Whitening Can Improve Your Life

    It's often the little things that can make the biggest impact on our lives, and dental whitening is one of those things. Dental whitening is an affordable, fast procedure done in our office that produces greater results than what you'd see with an at-home whitening kit. We use state-of-the-art whitening agents and technology to produce a naturally beautiful smile. This can be a huge boost to your …Read More

  2. Why Choose Veneers

    Veneers are an excellent choice for fractured teeth, gaps in teeth, badly shaped teeth and where the tooth’s position is not good or is off.  Veneers are a great alternative to having crowns done.  They last for many, many years and are work great to create whiter teeth, fix the shape of a tooth or improve the overall look of your smile. For some people veneers are used to whiten teeth when ot…Read More

  3. What You Need To Know About Wisdom Teeth

    Wisdom teeth usually come in between the ages of 17-21.  A dentist refers to them as Third Molars.  These teeth can cause lots of problems as they try to come down through the gum.  Sometimes there just isn’t enough room in a person’s mouth for them so they get impacted in the gum. Other times they come in sideways and get stuck.  Both of these scenarios can cause pain, swollen gums and ev…Read More

  4. How Bridges Can Help Your Oral Health

    Bridges are used to replace one or more missing teeth. If you have had a missing tooth for a while now this would be one way to fill in the gap of the missing tooth. It’s important to have the gap filled in so the other teeth around it don’t shift. This gap can also cause gum disease and TMJ-jaw joint disorders. A bridge spans the space where a tooth or teeth are missing. The bridge is cemente…Read More

  5. What Is A Dental Debridement?

    A dental debridement is more involved that just a teeth cleaning.  A debridement procedure is used to get rid of excessive plaque and tarter that has built up on your teeth. This can happen if you don’t have regular dental exams and cleanings. This procedure takes longer than just a regular cleaning.  The Dentist or dental hygienist may use an electronic scaler to help remove the build-up.  A…Read More