COVID-19 March 30th Update

We hope this message finds you in good health. As the world adapts to these unusual circumstances from COVID-19, we just wanted to keep you updated.  We are continuing to closely follow healthcare guidelines to ensure the health and safety of our patients and staff. We want to reiterate that our commitment is to you, and…

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Don’t Believe These 3 Root Canal Myths

One of the most dreaded treatments in dentistry is a root canal. Unfortunately, root canals have gotten a bad reputation. In truth, this endodontic treatment offers heroic benefits towards your smile. Instead of causing pain, root canals can be the only way to bring you out of pain while saving your tooth at the same…

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Stop Living With Bad Breath

Chronic bad breath, medically termed halitosis, is an embarrassing condition. Foul breath odor can cause you to avoid close conversations and even threaten your relationships and career.  If your bad breath happens nearly every day or easily returns just minutes after brushing, it may be time to put down the peppermints and call your dentist for…

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Is Sedation Dentistry Right For You?

Does the thought of going to the dentist make your heart race or your stomach drop? You are not alone. Countless patients experience anxiety and fear surrounding dental care. In fact, up 75% of United States adults experience some level of fear about dental visits. However, if your fear is keeping you from going to…

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5 Ways to Maximize Your Invisalign Investment

When you invest time and money into something, it is important that you do all you can to get the most out of your purchase. Invisalign is no different. Invisalign is popular orthodontic treatment that relies on comfortable clear aligners rather bulky metal braces. While Invisalign is known for convenience and comfort, it is still…

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The Priceless Benefits of Dental Implants

Believe it or not, you need all of your teeth – and not just for a pretty smile. Each tooth plays a vital role in how you chew, speak and retain your jawbone density. When a tooth goes missing, a detrimental chain of events can occur that can include misalignment, bone loss and threats to…

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Your Dental Health During Pregnancy

Taking care of your teeth during pregnancy is important for you and your baby. Pregnancy causes hormonal changes which could cause dental problems.  Your dental health should be part of your prenatal care. Gingivitis and cavities are common among pregnant women. According to the CDC, 60-75% of pregnant women have gingivitis. This is an early stage…

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Dental Hygiene and Children

We all have heard as parents to start teaching our children good habits at a young age so they are instilled and become habits later in life. Dental hygiene is no exception to setting your children on their way with good dental habits. Did you know that at 6 months old your baby’s first teeth…

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Do I Have a Dental Emergency?

Have you ever wondered why would I need to contact a dentist in an emergency? How do I know if I am having a dental emergency? What do I do in a dental emergency? These questions could be scary if you have not already done your research and understand the steps to follow. If you…

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Porcelain Veneers

For teeth that are stained, chipped, decayed or crooked, porcelain veneers are specially crafted shells designed to cover the front surfaces of teeth. Sometimes referred to as cosmetic veneers or dental porcelain laminates, they are remarkable in restoring the appearance of teeth. When it comes to placing porcelain veneers, it’s important to understand that it is…

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