Blog Articles

I Broke a Tooth. What Should I Do?

Whether you break a tooth completely in two or suffer only a chip or a crack, don’t wait to seek dental care. The best way to protect your tooth and restore your smile means seeing a prosthodontist within 24 hours. Here’s what you need to know.

Nov 2nd, 2020
Help! I Have Dental Anxiety

Is your fear or panic over the dentist keeping you from getting the care you need? Whether your feelings are mild or severe, there are safe ways to manage dental anxiety and phobias to ensure you can protect your oral health.

Oct 11th, 2020
Your Customized Road to a Winning Smile

No one has a smile like you, so with all of the smiles in the world, why assume there's only one way to fix it? When it comes to improving your smile, you have several possible avenues to get the outcome of your dreams. Learn more about them.

Sep 15th, 2020
The Many Benefits of Bridges

Do you have missing teeth? Trying to navigate your dental replacement options can seem overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Take a moment to learn about bridges and see how this flexible solution could solve all your problems.

Jul 20th, 2020
Inlays: A Great Defense Against Tooth Decay

Is damage or decay putting one of your teeth at risk? Getting a dental inlay can help protect your tooth, while preserving more of your natural tooth structure. Learn how this more conservative approach can provide strong and long-lasting results.

Jun 16th, 2020
What to do When You Break a Tooth

Breaking a tooth can be scary and traumatic. But when you take the right steps, you can prevent long-term problems. Would you know what to do if you break a tooth?

Apr 15th, 2020
5 Reasons Dental Veneers May Be Right for You

Does your smile make you feel self-conscious? Do you find yourself hiding your teeth and trying not to smile whenever possible? Veneers make it easy to finally get a smile you’ll be happy to show the world.

Mar 13th, 2020
The Importance of Pre-Radiation Oral Treatment

When you’re facing a cancer diagnosis, maybe the last thing you think about is your teeth. If you need radiation for cancer in your throat, neck, or head, however, it could put your oral health at risk. So what should you do?

Feb 12th, 2020