Would you love to brighten and whiten your smile but have delayed scheduling an appointment? Now is the perfect time to schedule an appointment to learn more about teeth whitening. With the holidays fast approaching, you can show off your beautiful, white smile during your next holiday event, family function, or in your family photos. Teeth whitening is the easiest and fastest way to make a big change to your smile.
When was the last time you visited our office for a hygiene examination and cleaning? Has it been longer than six months? If so, you are due for a visit! We know that life can get busy, especially during this time of year with the holidays right around the corner. Delaying an examination or recommended treatment can lead to severe dental issues and possible emergencies. We would hate for your holiday plans to be ruined over your oral health. Continue reading to learn more about why you should schedule your next appointment today.
Do you avoid foods that you love because they cause discomfort in your teeth? You may experience this when eating foods that are extremely hot or cold. If you relate to this, then you may be experiencing tooth sensitivity. While it is common to experience sensitivity on occasion or following dental treatments such as fillings, dental crowns, and root canals, when you experience frequent sensitivity, it is a warning that something more serious may be happening with your oral health.
Are you unhappy with your smile and would love to make a change? Our office offers a variety of cosmetic dentistry treatments to improve problem areas with your mouth and help you love your smile again. Now is the perfect time to make a change so you can enjoy your beautiful new smile before the start of the holiday season. Interested in learning which treatments we offer? Read on to learn more and to see which treatments might best benefit your smile.
Along with Halloween and other fun fall activities that we celebrate during the month of October, we have another reason to celebrate — honoring dental health! This is a reminder to evaluate the way you care for your oral health not only during this month, but each and every day. Maintaining proper oral health throughout the year can help prevent dental emergencies and the need for additional treatments.
Are you self-conscious about the appearance of your teeth? Or have you postponed visiting our office and you are experiencing severe decay or damage to your teeth? We never want our patients to feel uncomfortable or embarrassed about the state of their teeth. We offer a variety of restorative dental treatments to bring back the health and function of your teeth. Our team is here to help you regain the beautiful smile that you deserve. Read on to learn more about restorative dentistry and the treatments we offer to improve the state of your oral health.
Have you recently had a tooth extracted? Or maybe you have learned that you are suffering from extreme decay and need to make a decision about a tooth replacement option. We know that it can be extremely upsetting to deal with tooth loss and extreme decay. We want to help get you on track and choose a tooth replacement as soon as possible. Our first recommendation to our patients is always a dental implant. A dental implant is a permanent tooth replacement option that can be used to replace one tooth, multiple teeth, or even complete arches of teeth.
Would you love to make a change to your smile? With the summer over, the holiday season will be here before you know it. We offer a treatment that can brighten your smile, make you look younger, and boost your self-confidence. Teeth whitening is a simple, yet effective cosmetic dentistry procedure that can make a world of difference in your smile. Although there are a number of over-the-counter products available, we encourage you to leave them on the shelves and contact our office. Continue reading to learn why professional whitening is our preferred method of treatment.
It can be disheartening and unsettling if you are missing a tooth. No matter the reason—whether it is decay, physical trauma, gum disease, a medical condition, or normal wear and tear—we know that many of our patients feel self-conscious. While you might feel alone in what you are going through, the American College of Prosthodontists estimates that 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth. When patients are missing a tooth, the first thought always heads towards aesthetics or how it will impact the way a person looks. Although that is important, we also want to touch on the physical implications of a missing tooth on your oral health and why it is extremely important to replace a missing tooth as soon as possible.
Do you notice that your gums bleed easily? When you are brushing and flossing your teeth you might notice a slight pink tint when you rinse your mouth or you might experience extreme bleeding from time to time. Although bleeding gums are something that many patients experience at some point, it can sometimes be difficult to pinpoint the reason behind the bleeding. It is also important to be mindful of how often you experience bleeding gums as it can be a symptom of a more serious condition that might need professional treatment. To understand more about bleeding gums and the possible causes, continue reading.