We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Does your mind wander when you brush your teeth, or do you actively think about the movements you’re making as you brush? To make sure you’re brushing properly, we hope that you’re mindful of what you’re doing and making an effort to brush carefully. After all, knowing the proper techniques can make the difference when it comes to your oral…Continue reading
In an article published in a recent issue of The New York Times, a dentist stated that he was seeing an increase in the number of patients experiencing migraines, tooth sensitivity, jaw pain and tooth fractures due to the stress caused by the coronavirus pandemic. These issues were all caused by clenching and grinding the teeth, also known as bruxism.…Continue reading
Everyone wants to have a beautiful smile that is also healthy. Having healthy teeth and gums not only makes you feel more confident in your smile, but it is also an important part of your overall health. Failing to properly care for your oral health can lead to having a higher risk of developing pneumonia, heart disease and certain kinds…Continue reading
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than half, around 52 percent of American adults have lost one permanent tooth. Having a missing tooth can make it more difficult to speak or eat. It also can lower your self-confidence. A dental implant offers a predictable, non-removable solution to tooth loss. Please ask for a consultation and our…Continue reading
The early signs of gingivitis are easy to miss. If you see blood after brushing your teeth, you might think you brushed too hard near your gums. This could happen once or twice, but shouldn’t be a daily occurrence. Gingivitis, the mildest form of gum disease, is very common. Catching it early is important because treatment will cure it. If…Continue reading
While dental emergencies come in many forms, the one thing they all have in common is that they often occur at the most inconvenient times. Serious conditions that require the immediate services of a dentist are typically those which involve severe pain, profuse bleeding that does not stop, life-threatening infection or the potential loss of a tooth. If you or…Continue reading