Category: Advice/Tips

Get The Most Out Of Your Floss

Flossing is often overlooked or ignored by the greater public. Everybody understands the importance of using a toothbrush, but nobody really appreciates how vital flossing is to maintaining your oral health. While your toothbrush does a great job cleaning the outside of your teeth, flossing is the only way to remove the plaque and bacteria… Read more »

Bridges, Dentures, Implants: Your Complete Smile

Have you been thinking about your tooth loss quite a lot lately? If this is your main focus at the moment, we suggest you come in to discuss which tooth replacement treatment will best suit your needs. As you may know, the sooner you replace your missing teeth, the better (for your oral health, your… Read more »

Ready To Smile? Watch Our Commercial!

No matter who you are or what life stage you’ve reached, you can probably agree with the following: The time you spend in the waiting room at a dental practice certainly gives you some time to come up with a lot of concerns about your appointment. As a result, we have a single suggestion for any… Read more »

Tooth Loss: 3 Reasons To Address It

When you suffer from tooth loss, you can experience a broad spectrum of emotions and responses to the open space (or spaces) in your smile. You may feel upset, not too worried about it, extremely embarrassed about the way your smile looks, and more. Regardless of the way you feel, we encourage you to remember… Read more »

Dental Insurance Benefits: Use Them Soon!

Did you realize that 2017 is right around the corner? If you’ve been caught up in the non-stop party that is winter holiday time, this fact just might have slipped your mind. Unfortunately, forgetting all about the New Year often leaves patients missing out on important dental insurance benefits that are about to disappear along… Read more »

Nervous About Dental Care? No Need!

Are you nervous about dental care? We understand how you’re feeling. Really. As you can imagine, we see patient after patient on a daily basis, which results in our getting to know a diverse array of people. Some feel completely comfortable coming in for care. Others feel so-so. Some feel extraordinarily anxious. The good news… Read more »