What to Do When Your Filling Falls Out

If you’ve ever experienced a dental emergency, you understand that they can be stressful. But if you understand what you should do during an emergency, you will be able to reduce the amount of stress you experience. With this in mind, do you know what you should do if a filling falls out? You could… Read more »

Use Dental Implants to Restore Your Smile

Don’t let Christmas come around while you have a missing tooth in your smile. Missing teeth make for poor holiday smiles, and can cause other issues, such as gum disease, tooth decay, tooth slipping, and bone loss. Come visit to explore dental implants as a great way to restore your smile to one you can… Read more »

Crowns or Fillings?

Tooth decay presents multiple issues that you have to deal with, the most important being what method you choose to use to restore any teeth that need work done. The choices are seemingly endless, but today we’ll focus on two procedures offered here at in , . Those are dental crowns and fillings. Crowns Crowns… Read more »

Relief for a Cracked Tooth

At in , , Dr. and our team are here to help you with all of your oral care needs. Did you know that tooth enamel is the hardest substance in your body, even harder than your bones? Even so, your teeth can be injured, causing cracked, or fractured, teeth. If you are eating and… Read more »

Topping Off Your Teeth with Dental Crowns

The time is now to top off your year with a gift your entire mouth can enjoy. Dental crowns can give you the kick start, self-esteem, oral health, and peace of mind you need to brave the coming winter with a smile. Dental crowns not only can make you feel better, but can also make… Read more »

A Dental Crown Can Repair a Tooth With a Large Cavity

A cavity forms in a tooth when the natural bacteria living in the human mouth work to exploit a weakened area of the tooth’s enamel. If this cavity is not detected and treated early, it can grow to consume a significant amount of tooth enamel. When this happens, the cavity might be too large for… Read more »