It’s That Time Of Year: Why Visit Your Family Dentist Before The Holidays Arrive

17 November 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

The final holidays of the year will be here before you know it. If you haven't been to the dentist this year, now's the time to schedule an appointment. If you're like most people, a trip to the dentist isn't at the top of your priority list during the holidays, but it should be. You might not realize this, but you could be setting yourself up for some problems if you don't schedule an appointment before the holidays roll around. Read More 

5 Types of Periodontal Disease Treatment

6 October 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Periodontal disease refers to any type of disease that affects the gums. Your gums are an important part of your mouth. They protect the roots of your teeth and keep your teeth firmly fixed in place. Unfortunately, periodontal disease can weaken your gums, causing them to bleed or recede. Dentists can detect periodontal disease based on the appearance and depth of your gums. If gingivitis or periodontitis is detected, your dentist will suggest some treatment options that can help your gums recover. Read More 

Things Potential Patients May Not Know About Botox

26 August 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

There are many cosmetic procedures that individuals may want to consider using to improve their overall appearance. Botox treatments can be an option that is often neglected by individuals due to failing to know some basic facts about undergoing these treatments. The Initial Consultation Can Provide You With Essential Information Prior to undergoing Botox injections, it is important to consult with a cosmetic doctor. During one of these consultations, the doctor will be able to explain the potential impacts that the Botox injections will have on your appearance. Read More 

Why It Is Important To Keep Your Child’s Baby Teeth Cavity-Free

20 July 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

The growth and development of your child's teeth and gums take time. As the baby teeth grow in, you may wonder if it's actually worth it to try and protect them from decay. After all, they will eventually be replaced. Here is a bit of information about why it's important to keep your child's baby teeth cavity-free. Baby Teeth Develop Cavities More Easily The enamel on a permanent tooth is thicker than it is on a baby tooth. Read More 

5 Early Signs Of An Infected Dental Implant

2 June 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dental implants do all the things that natural teeth do. This is why there is no better way to replace teeth than with dental implants. Unfortunately, dental implants are not immune to infection. And when infection strikes, you need to be able to spot the early warning signs before the infection worsens. Dental implant infections can worsen and cause dental implant failure if left untreated. Look for the following early infection signs if you suspect your dental implant might be infected. Read More