Dental anxiety is very common. Children often struggle with it, but many adults feel anxious about visiting the dentist, too. Anxiety can even make it hard to keep up with regular appointments! Check out our blog post for some tips on coping with dental anxiety.
Dental emergencies can happen without much warning. It’s important to get care quickly before the problem becomes more serious. What’s considered a dental emergency? Check out our blog post for a look at some of the most common examples.
There are few things worse than walking into an important meeting and realizing that you have bad breath. To help you avoid this fate, read our blog post where we focus on some of the causes and treatments for bad breath.
Are you ready to straighten your teeth but can’t decide which treatment path is right for you? Both braces and Invisalign® clear aligner therapy can help you achieve your dream smile! Read our blog post to learn more about the difference between the two and why Invisalign is the most popular option!
You’ve probably had a regular dental cleaning which is the one that accompanies the biannual dental exam you get every six months. However, you may not have experienced a deep cleaning before. Read our blog post for what you need to know about deep cleanings and why your dentist may potentially recommend one.
In modern dental care, there are so many different treatments that we can consider and turn to in order to take care of your teeth before resorting to a tooth extraction. That being said, there are some situations where a dental extraction might be absolutely necessary. Read our blog post to learn when this is the case.
White teeth are often highly desired to achieve a picture-perfect smile. However, some patients may be hesitant to go through the teeth whitening process as whitening may make teeth sensitive. Read our blog post to find out if this statement is true.
Brushing and flossing your teeth is an essential part of providing preventive care to your oral health. Routine cleanings and exams at our dental office help take preventive care for your oral health a step further. Read our blog post to learn how important routine dental cleanings and exams are.
Dentures are an excellent way to replace missing teeth and give you back the ability to eat, talk, and smile with ease. If you’ve recently received dentures, you’re probably wondering how you can best maintain them to ensure they last for years to come. Read our blog post for tips on how to make your new dentures feel comfortable and last for as long as they can!
The sooner oral cancer is discovered, the more likely a full recovery will be made. While it may seem scary or intimidating, there are many ways you can help prevent and detect oral cancer before it worsens. Read our blog post for everything you need to know!