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toothpick Be Careful When Using Toothpicks!

Be Careful With Toothpicks   Most dentists agree that toothpicks should be used sparingly as a method of teeth cleaning and should never be considered a substitute for brushing teeth and flossing. Fact is they should be used only when a toothbrush or floss is not available, for example, when... Read More →

BabyBottlePacifier Avoiding the Baby Bottle Blues

Avoiding the Baby Bottle Blues   When it comes to thumb sucking, babies are naturals — maybe because they practice even before they are born. Children begin sucking on their thumb while in the womb to develop the skills necessary for breastfeeding. Not surprisingly swapping a thumb for a pacifier... Read More →

emergency-spotlight The Best Way To Deal With A Dental Emergency

What to Do During a Dental Emergency   A dental emergency is always a stressful situation, but it can become absolutely nerve-racking when your dentist is out of the office. Whether it’s late Saturday night and your dentist won’t be back in until Monday, or if your dentist is out... Read More →

Wake Up With Headaches?

Keep Waking Up With Headaches?   If the first thing you feel in the morning is a headache or pain behind your eyes or pain in your neck and shoulders, come in for a visit. What you’re experiencing could be the result of problems in your mouth. These are common... Read More →

diabetic-supper-menu-51661 Special Care for Diabetes Patients

If you have diabetes, the number one thing you can do for your oral health is keep your blood glucose levels as normal as possible. Here’s why: When your blood glucose levels are poorly controlled, you’re more likely to develop gum disease and lose teeth than people who don’t have... Read More →

Questions FAQ’s about Cavities

Most of us have had at least one. Some of us have quite a few. So what makes cavities so persistent, keeping more children out of school than any other disease? Usually, the answer is simple: not enough brushing your teeth, flossing and visiting the dentist. Snacking on sweets and... Read More →

2016457353_nervous_xlarge Has It Been Awhile Since Your Last Dental Visit?

Don’t Be Embarrassed It Has Been So Long!   If you’re nervous about having to sit through a lecture on the importance of dental health, you can stop worrying. We’re not here to cause you anxiety or point fingers. Trust us, we of all people know that dental health is... Read More →

Chipped-Tooth-Repair Chipped Tooth? No Problem!

If you have a chipped tooth, you’re not alone! In fact, chipped teeth are the most common dental injury today. But don’t let that little-known fact fool you into ignoring a chipped tooth; any type of dental trauma deserves immediate attention. A small chip may not cause you pain, but... Read More →

composite Composite Resin Restorations

White-Hot Composite Fillings   When it comes to fillings, most people think of amalgam, or silver. That’s no surprise. Dentists have used amalgam to fill cavities for over 150 years and for good reason: Amalgam is one of the most durable and long-lasting restorative materials used in dentistry. But what... Read More →

Thumbs-Up-Kids_000011742102XSmall Making Dental Visits Easy for Kids

With your help, dental visits can be a positive – even fun – experience for your kids. Our staff will spend a lot of time with your kids to help them feel comfortable and understand what they can expect. You can help us make their next visit a successful one... Read More →

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