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.
You’ve probably been brushing your teeth for years without thinking much about your technique. After all, brushing is something that you learned how to do as a small child, so it can’t be that difficult. While you may think that a small habit that you perform daily is an easy task, you might be surprised to learn that you may…Continue reading
Having crooked or otherwise misaligned teeth can negatively impact your self-esteem. It can also lead to a variety of oral health problems in the future. If you’ve been told that you need orthodontic treatment, but are also self-conscious about having to wear metal braces, Invisalign may be an alternative form of treatment that you can pursue. How Does Invisalign Work?…Continue reading
A recent article in The New York Times reported that cracked teeth have been on the rise since the onset of the coronavirus shutdown. Dentists have reported an increase in the number of patients who are complaining of new jaw pain, migraines and sensitive teeth. One dentist stated that there were substantially more incidents of cracked teeth due to bruxism,…Continue reading
Almost every one of your daily activities involves your mouth. Whether you’re eating, drinking, speaking, smiling, laughing, or having fun, your mouth is probably involved. Maintaining good oral health will enable you to keep your teeth throughout your life without the need for artificial replacements. Maintaining a regimen of oral hygiene care at home and having annual dental exams and…Continue reading
Are Dental Implants Your Best Option? If the beauty of your smile has been diminished because of diseased or damaged teeth, then permanently installed dental implants may be the solution for you. According to the CDC, two-thirds of adults over 40 have lost at least one permanent tooth and one-fifth of those over 65 have lost all of their teeth.…Continue reading
Periodontal Disease Statistics Are you worried about gingivitis? It’s a common dental health issue that affects almost half of all adults older than 30, according to estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It affects even more people as they get older, with more than 70% of people over 65 having some form of gingivitis or periodontal…Continue reading