7 Signs That Your Gums Need Help

Gum disease attacks the tissues and bones that surround and support the teeth. Gum disease is usually painless, so you may not realize that you have it. If left untreated, this infection can cause tooth loss in adults. If you have any of the following signs of gum disease, contact your dentist: • Gums that… Read more »

The Different Types of Mouth Guards and Their Advantages

It is strongly recommended that you wear a mouth guard if you participate in any of the following activities: • Football • Rugby • Bull Riding • Soccer • Basketball • Wrestling • Boxing • Tubing • Skiing • Skateboarding • Gymnastics High-contact activities are dangerous for your smile, but a mouth guard can help… Read more »

Three Reasons to Visit the Dentist

Do you work hard to protect your teeth, but still worry? Are you concerned with your oral health? If so, we are here to give you three instances when visiting your dentist is a good idea. Halitosis: Bad breath, also known as halitosis, can be the result of several factors, including your diet, a sinus… Read more »

What to Expect During a Tooth Extraction

Having a tooth pulled is less than ideal when you visit the dentist. But there are times, when it’s necessary to have a tooth removed. A tooth may be removed if the tooth is overcrowding other teeth, has become infected or damaged. We want to make sure you are prepared before coming in for your… Read more »

What You Need To Know About Tooth Reshaping

Do you want to change your smile without the cost of dental veneers? There is a solution, and it is called tooth reshaping. This dental contouring procedure requires the removal of a small amount of enamel to sculpt and smooth teeth. What Can Tooth Reshaping Be Used For? Tooth reshaping can fix minor cosmetic problems… Read more »

What Is Oral Lichen Planus?

Lichen planus is a chronic condition which can appear on the skin and in the mouth as sores and inflammation. There is no known cause for this condition, but it is believed that it may be caused by the immune system attacking the body. Learn more about the types and risk factors of oral lichen… Read more »