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Cosmetic Vs. Restorative

Having trouble distinguishing between cosmetic dentistry and reconstructive dentistry? Many dental procedures can be done for either reasons, or sometimes both. Cosmetic dental procedures improve the look of your teeth and enhance your smile. Typically insurance companies will not cover purely cosmetic procedures. Restorative dentistry restores function to damaged or genetically defective teeth. Many restorative […]

Nutrition

Great nutrition plays a part in keeping your smile healthy!

Tips for Teens

Great tips for teens!

Veneers

Veneers can give your smile a great new look. Watch this video to find out more!

Cosmetic Vs. Restorative

Having trouble distinguishing between cosmetic dentistry and reconstructive dentistry? Many dental procedures can be done for either reasons, or sometimes both. Cosmetic dental procedures improve the look of your teeth and enhance your smile. Typically insurance companies will not cover purely cosmetic procedures. Restorative dentistry restores function to damaged or genetically defective teeth. Many restorative […]

Dental Medications

At times physicians and dentists recommend patients take antibiotics before certain dental procedures. This is called antibiotic prophylaxis. But why do healthcare providers suggest this extra step? We all have bacteria in our mouths, and a number of dental treatments can allow bacteria to enter the bloodstream. For most of us, this isn’t a problem; […]

Conservative Care

Conservative Dental Care is focused on preserving as much of your natural tooth and gum structure as possible. New minimally invasive dental techniques enable us to skillfully and accurately perform the necessary work on teeth and gums while being less invasive. Here are some examples: Laser Dentistry, uses state of the art water laser technology […]

Periodontal Disease

  Periodontal disease is a common infection around your tooth affecting your gums. There are many risk factors, including tobacco use, medications, hormone fluctuations and genetics. A deep cleaning and consultation with your dentist can help correct this problem.

Cracked Tooth Syndrome

Cracked Tooth Syndrome is a real problem for many people but can be hard to diagnose. Watch this video to learn about the 3 phases of Cracked Tooth Syndrome.

Soft Drinks

Soft drinks may taste good, but they can do serious damage to your dental health. Watch this video to find out more!