A Loose Bridge Needs Urgent Care to Prevent Further Complications

Your dental bridge was cemented in place by a very powerful dental grade cement. However, there are extreme situations when a blow to the face or chronic periodontal disease can compromise the cement. If your dental bridge feels loose for any reason, you need to contact to seek immediate treatment. In the interim, there are… Read more »

A Cracked Tooth Requires Immediate Care

Your tooth enamel is very hard, which allows you to bite off, chew and grind hard foods. Unfortunately, it can still be damaged by the forces associated with a blow to the face or a hard fall. Sometimes these events can carry so much force that it actually cracks or shatters a tooth. The severity… Read more »

Can Your Teeth Weaken With Age?

As you know, everyone ages. You may have heard that you’ll lose your teeth as you age. However, this isn’t necessarily true. In fact, with proper care, your teeth can last for your entire lifetime. However, if you don’t care for your teeth well, you could lose your teeth. For example, if gum disease is… Read more »

Facts About Skipping Your Nightly Brushing

Usually, it’s fairly easy to brush your teeth as a part of your morning routine, but did you know that many people forget to brush their teeth right before they go to bed? As you can probably guess, this can lead to a number of negative consequences. If you don’t brush at night, your mouth… Read more »

Having a Broken Tooth Restored by Installing a Crown

While the enamel layer of each tooth is very hard and durable, it is still possible for an accidental fall or blow to the face to have enough force to break a tooth! When this happens the damage often extends deep into the dentin, pulp or root of the tooth. This might require to perform… Read more »

What Toothpaste Should I use for my Toddler?

Most people would agree that raising children can be complicated. For instance, tasks that should be simple may be more complex than you would normally expect. Even mundane tasks like brushing your little one’s teeth can, at times, seem nearly impossible—or at least not worth the effort. However, as you know, dental health is extremely… Read more »

Four Ways to Treat Bad Breath

Bad breath is more than just embarrassing; it can also be a sign of an oral condition. If you notice your breath is less than fresh, our team recommends trying these four steps to improve your breath and overall health: 1. Drink more water. Your mouth needs moisture to stay clean and fresh, which is… Read more »

Restorative Dentistry: The Differences Between White and Silver Fillings

As you may already know, there are many different types of dental fillings in , , but which one should you use to restore your smile? Well, our team is happy to help you know more about the most commonly used dental fillings in the world today: white and silver fillings. -White fillings: White fillings,… Read more »

Dental Bonding Can Fix That Chipped Tooth

When you think of chipped teeth, you might think of hockey players or boxers in action, not yourself munching on some ice. But chipped teeth can happen any time and don’t have to be the result of a blow to the face. Fortunately, repairing a chipped tooth is easy and quick with dental bonding. Dental… Read more »

Thwarting Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

What is Baby Bottle Tooth Decay? Tooth decay in an infant or toddler is often referred to as baby bottle tooth decay. Baby teeth may be temporary, but they are important. Your child needs healthy, strong teeth so they can properly chew their food and speak. Strong teeth also help your child have a healthy-looking… Read more »