Facts About Oral Hygiene

Do you know much about oral hygiene? If not, you have come to the right blog. Today, our dentist, Dr. Cody Skinner, is happy to tell you all about oral hygiene. This can help you better understand oral hygiene and it can even help you take better care of your smile. Oral hygiene is very… Read more »

Your Smile Depends on Dental Erosion and Cavity Prevention

If you have a cavity, which is a hole in your tooth enamel, you will need to visit your dentist for a restoration treatment such as a dental filling. If you are frequently suffering from cavities, it could be a sign that your oral health care is not progressing as it should. Furthermore, there could… Read more »

Picking the Right Toothpaste

Toothpaste is a very important part of your tooth-brushing regimen. Brushing your teeth would not be complete or done correctly without it. Are you one of those people who is a little overwhelmed when buying new toothpaste? To aid you in your quest, our dentist and team are more than happy to educate you about… Read more »

How To Save Sick-Time Smiles

Cold and flu season is here! Here are some oral health care tips for when you’re feeling under the weather. First, there are some oral hygiene issues to address. Be sure to continue brushing your teeth twice a day for two minutes each time. Never share your toothbrush, especially if you are sick. Floss every… Read more »

A Significantly Fractured Tooth Might Need a Dental Crown Restoration

A sports injury or household accident that impacts the mouth can potentially harm teeth and gums. This could also occur if you frequently use your teeth as improvised tools, or you have a bad habit of nervously chewing on foreign objects. Dental fractures of this kind can range in severity from a minor chip to… Read more »

Dentist-Provided Teeth Whitening For Your Smile

If your teeth are dull, stained, or not as white as you would like, our dentist and team would be pleased to help you achieve a brighter appearance. We value your beautiful smile and your oral health, and can help you determine if professional teeth whitening treatment can help you achieve your cosmetic goals. Several… Read more »

Dental Questions Answered on Tooth Hazard Prevention

  Never assume your teeth are safe just because you clean them on a daily basis. Even though cleaning teeth is extremely helpful for minimizing any debris in your mouth and for washing away plaque buildup, tooth hazards can occur at any point in time and can continue to occur for the rest of your… Read more »

Do You Need a Dental Filling to Treat a Small Cavity?

An insufficient or irregular daily oral hygiene routine can leave bacteria-packed food particles and plaque on your smile, which mingles with the natural bacteria in your mouth to weaken the tooth enamel and create tooth decay. If detected early, a small cavity can be treated with a high-quality dental filling. Placing a dental filling involves… Read more »

What Can a Dental Cleaning Do for My Oral Health?

Dental cleanings are strongly recommended. In fact, it’s very important to attend your checkups every six months. This is because the appointments can greatly benefit your smile and your oral health. The treatments involved can help your teeth and gums in a myriad of ways. They can even help you have a better overall health!… Read more »

Taking Care of Your Dental Work

If you are missing one or more teeth, or you have teeth that have been damaged by wear and tear, trauma or decay, there are plenty of options available to restore your smile. The success of your dental work depends on your commitment to taking care of your teeth and mouth. For example, veneers will… Read more »