Hitch a Ride on the Smile Parade with Dental Erosion and Cavity Prevention

In order to effectively prevent cavities from arising in your mouth, it’s always a good idea to exercise caution with various forms of damage that can give rise to them. Typically, holes in your tooth enamel arise as cavities due to issues associated with poor oral health. If harmful acids... Read more »

What Is a Lumineer?

A lumineer is very similar to a veneer. Dental veneers are small covers that go on your front teeth to cover discolorations or imperfections. Veneers are made to look like the teeth they cover and also match their natural color to blend in. A lumineer does all this too, but... Read more »

Floss (And Brush) For A Clean Smile

The best way to prevent cavities and other oral emergencies is to remove plaque from your teeth. But brushing alone can’t do the job properly. It is vital that you floss your teeth as well as brush, so as to remove the plaque and debris from all areas of your... Read more »

Whitening Toothpaste Might Help Preserve a Professionally Whitened Smile

Significant dental stains tend to build up over the course of time. They are more likely to develop if you frequently drink dark beverages or you use tobacco products. It’s also worth noting certain foods like chocolate, dark berries, and tomato sauces can sometimes contribute to dental stains. In time... Read more »

Why You Should Always Respond to a Toothache

If you are experiencing some form of dental pain, such as a throbbing toothache, tooth sensitivity in one or more teeth, or a chronic ache in your gums, this is usually an important warning sign that your smile is dealing with a significant dental problem. We encourage you to not... Read more »

Information About Tooth Hazard Prevention

  When you think of new ways to improve your overall health, it's always a good idea to think about how to prove your dietary health. Not only can a checklist of the foods and drinks you're eating improve your physical health, but they can also help restore your teeth... Read more »

The First Step in Getting Dental Crowns

We hope that our office is a cozy spot for you. When you get a dental crown with us, the service will normally take a couple of appointments. Here’s a breakdown on what you can expect in your first appointment with us. To ready you to get your dental crown,... Read more »

Care for Your Smile During Hockey Season

If you’re a hockey player, you’re probably focused on skating faster, hitting the puck harder, and scoring goals more. In addition to all of these things, you also need to focus on your smile. This is important because the sport of hockey can be dangerous for your smile, especially because... Read more »

Why Are Sugary Beverages Bad for Your Smile?

Drinking sweetened beverages is a common daily occurrence today. But these drinks feed the harmful bacteria in your mouth which gets their energy from sugar and then create acid that damages your teeth. Tooth erosion and cavities are two of the results. Even fruit juices can have as much sugar... Read more »

A Tooth Lost to a Severe Dental Fracture Might Need Extraction Before a Bridge Restoration

An automotive accident or severe sports injury that involves a hard blow to the face can sometimes carry enough force to cause a tooth to fracture near the gumline. In some cases of dental avulsion, the trauma to the tooth’s root, and dental socket are so severe that Dr. Celso... Read more »