Sleep Apnea 101

Sleep apnea is one of the most debilitating chronic conditions American adults have to deal with today. A lack of adequate sleep results directly in poor health. You’ll likely notice severe weight gain and even depression if you’re not sleeping enough. Fortunately, there are treatments available. One of those treatments can be started right here in our office. A dentist... read more »

Discover Your Hidden Smile with Dental Sealants

If your oral health care tends to suffer due to dental erosion, it means your teeth are extremely vulnerable to tooth decay. Even the best cleaning procedures may not be enough to prevent erosion from continuing and damaging your teeth. Thus, it is a better to protect your teeth with a tooth prevention treatment such as dental sealants, which is... read more »

Prepare for the Summer Sun with a Beautifully Restored Smile

Prepare for the summer sun with a beautifully restored smile. Dental bonding is a cosmetic dentistry procedure that is often used to repair or improve damaged teeth with a resin or porcelain material to restore the look and function of your teeth. Listed below are just a few of the terrific benefits that dental bonding treatments can provide: - Dental... read more »

Dealing with Bruxism

If you’re interested in learning how to protect your oral health, you may know there are a several things you should try. For instance, you may already know that brushing and flossing regularly are important. However, would you be interested in learning that other common habits, like teeth grinding, will actually impact the health of your pearly whites? Unfortunately, many... read more »

Gum Disease 101: Learning About the Different Stages

Did you know gum disease has two different stages? Well, it’s true. One stage is more treatable and the other is more dangerous. The two stages are gingivitis and periodontitis. Gingivitis Gingivitis is a mild form of gum disease. It develops when the plaque on your teeth is left untreated. As time passes, the plaque grows and irritates your gums,... read more »