Month: January 2015

Dental Tips for a Healthy Smile

A major part of maintaining a healthy, beautiful smile includes visiting our office regularly – typically once every six months – for a dental cleaning and checkup. However, do you know the best way to promote a healthy smile when you’re away from our practice? We realize patients often feel strongly about taking good care… Read more »

Sparkle Up That Smile With Teeth Whitening Solutions

You may have found by doing a bit of research that all options for brightening your smile are not alike. If you feel ready to improve the appearance of your teeth by addressing staining or discoloration, you are in luck. We offer a variety of teeth whitening systems to whiten your smile for a dazzling… Read more »

Dental Anxiety: Your FAQs

Have you been putting off dental treatment for many years but can’t quite figure out a solution for your procrastination? Or, perhaps you schedule dental visits but you feel so emotionally exhausted afterwards that just the mention of a follow-up visit is excruciating. Dental anxiety presents itself in many forms, which is why we offer sedation… Read more »

Pediatric Preventive Care: A True-or-False Quiz

Has your little one’s first tooth arrived yet? Have you been thinking that you want to bring your child to see us for preventive care but you aren’t really sure if dental care is necessary for children? We understand that parents hesitate to schedule pediatric appointments for a wide variety of reasons – often because… Read more »

Which Dental Trends are on the Rise in 2015?

It may not have the sex appeal of the fashion industry or the ubiquity of the internet, but dentistry is as affected by changing trends as any other industry. And while things don’t move quite as quickly in the dental field as they do on the runway (you’re not going to see your dentist upgrading… Read more »

Can Porcelain Veneers Improve Your Smile?

If you’ve continued to brush and floss your teeth every day since childhood, then you have a good chance of preventing most of the issues that could threaten your dental health. However, cavities, bad breath, and gum disease are not the only things your teeth have to contend with, and sometimes, you can’t prevent things… Read more »