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Get Regular Check-ups

Should you, or shouldn't you?  In uncertain economic times, neglect can cost you much more in the long-run.

Replace Missing Teeth

When we are born we come into the world without teeth. Some of us leave the same way, but that really isn’t what nature intended.

Supplements and Dental Health

Is taking vitamin and mineral supplements merely a "nice thing to do," or could it have broader implications for both dental and general health?

Bleeding Gums

Can Bleeding Gums Kill You?
No doubt, the question may elicit a few snickers and maybe even the occasional one-liner like “No, but I know someone whose breath could kill!” Nevertheless, the possibly shocking truth is that yes, bleeding gums and poor oral health can kill you.

How can I have whiter teeth?

There are several whitening options designed to fit almost every budget.  From pre-packaged take home products, to customized whitening trays for superior results, to Power Bleaching, for the whitest shade your teeth can naturally achieve.

Tooth Brushing

When do you brush your teeth?

If you are like most people, chances are you brush on rising and before going to bed.

Try doing it after meals instead.  Here is a an article I wrote some time ago that explains why: 

How Often Should I Brush My Teeth?

Ill-Fitting Dentures

Ill-fitting dentures have about four dentist-related remedies and two patient-related ones.

Where can I find that dental product I read about?

From time to time we may mention a dental product designed to address a particular dental condition.  We also realize it isn't always easy to keep track of all products.  For that reason we have compiled a list of various items we may have discussed in one convenient location.

What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

Cosmetic dental procedures include whitening, bonding, crowns, veneers, and the reshaping and contouring of teeth.

Eat Sensibly

If there were only ONE thing to convey that might help you achieve a more desirable oral condition – it would be to gain an understanding of the role your diet plays in the formation of tooth decay.