A Snore Guard Might Reduce Sleep Apnea Symptoms

Sleep apnea is a chronic respiratory condition that affects an estimated 40 million Americans each year. It occurs when the soft palate at the back of the mouth slips toward the throat when sleeping. This can cause chronic snoring problems as well as periodic breathing interruption. If these symptoms are not mitigated in a reasonable… Read more »

Discover Your Smile with Enhanced Oral Health Care Treatments

Your oral health is often dependent upon your oral health care. If you’re not taking care of your smile, the chances are your oral health care will fail. Thus, it is essential to ensure your smile is healthy by making sure you are following healthy habits. To help enhance and improve your oral health care,… Read more »

Unlock Your Smile with the Causes of Halitosis

Are you aware of the risk factors for bad breath? Bad breath can be linked to the foul odors emanating from your mouth caused by bacteria present on your teeth and gums. However, bad breath could also be caused by underlying issues in your body or by the dietary choices you make, as well as… Read more »

How Chewing Gum Can Supplement Your Oral Hygiene Routine

When it comes to your oral hygiene, brushing your teeth morning and night and flossing once daily are a given. However, did you know that chewing gum can aid your oral health? That’s right! If the gum is sugar-free, it can help prevent cavities. Studies show that chewing sugar-free gum for at least 20 minutes… Read more »

Healthy Mouths and Happy Holidays

Everyone loves the holiday season, and it’s certainly one of the most exciting times of the year. Here are some tips you can implement to ensure that your teeth are having fun too. If you have any additional queries or concerns about keeping your teeth healthy this season, be sure to contact us at to… Read more »

Tips on Recovering After Tooth Extraction

If you would like to know how to properly recover after a tooth extraction, then our dentist, Dr. , is more than happy to help you. The recovery period is very important when returning to optimal oral health. So, to help you care for your teeth and gums as well as properly recover, is happy… Read more »

Flossing Options to Help Your Smile

Cleaning your teeth every day is a two-part process. Brushing your teeth, recommended at twice a day for two minutes each time, ensures that the tooth surfaces are rid of food particles and bacterial plaque. But if you are not cleaning the areas between the teeth, you are still at greater risk of tooth decay and gum… Read more »

Zoom! Whitening Basics

Have you ever wondered what your teeth would look like if they were free of stains and discolorations? Did you know that there are tooth restoration techniques such as Zoom! Whitening that focus specifically on improving the basic color of your teeth? For a better understanding of the basics of Zoom! teeth whitening treatments, here… Read more »

Responding to Dental Emergencies

Life would be so much easier if we knew exactly how to plan for our day. For example, if you knew that an accident or an injury was coming, you could avoid it all together. But the world does not work that way, and emergencies happen. While you can’t always avoid dental traumas, you can… Read more »

Periodontal Disease Diagnosis

Periodontal disease is one of the major causes of tooth decay. As many as 47.2 percent of U.S. adults 30 or older live with some form of periodontitis, so we’re constantly treating it in our , , office. Here are a few basics on gum disease to help you to recognize what you can do… Read more »