Gum Recession: Signs and Symptoms

Are your teeth getting longer? Are they more sensitive? Are they bleeding and causing you pain? Any of these issues could be a sign that your gums are receding. If you notice any of these issues, please contact us soon—especially if you notice the appearance of your smile changing. Sadly, gum recession can be caused… Read more »

What You Should Know About Dental Crowns

Have you ever heard of a dental crown? If you have, do you know exactly how having a crown can help your smile? Similarly, do you know what benefits you can expect to enjoy if you decide on a crown? As you may know, dental crowns—which are sometimes referred to as caps—are a restoration used… Read more »

How to Correctly Floss Your Smile With a Water Flosser

If you own a water flosser but you’re not exactly sure how to use it, our team is more than happy to help you! We understand that new, high-tech developments can be a bit overwhelming and confusing, but with our help, you will be able to take advantage of the product and improve your oral… Read more »

You Can Overcome Dental Anxiety with Nitrous Oxide

At , we understand that visiting the dentist can be more than stressful—it can create a real sense of anxiety that prevents you from receiving necessary oral care. Instead of avoiding the dentist, our team encourages you to look into nitrous oxide as a solution to dental anxiety. Nitrous oxide was discovered in 1793 by… Read more »

The 5 Promises of an ADA Dentist

Dr. Coyle and Dr. Traina are proud to be members of the American Dental Association. Our patients truly appreciate the patient-first promise that they and other ADA dentists made as part of the association’s code of ethics. When a dentist joins the ADA, he or she makes five pledges in the ADA Principles of Ethics… Read more »

A Healthy Smile and a Healthy Heart

Your pearly whites are not the only parts of your body that benefit from a healthy mouth. A healthy smile also benefits your body, and especially your heart. A healthy mouth means removing oral bacteria which can cause problems such as gum disease, which can also affect the body–including cardiovascular disease–and not just the mouth. Your… Read more »

A Day In The Life Of Your Dentures

Whether you have partial, immediate, conventional, or implant-supported dentures, you need to give them care daily in order to maintain their shape so they can function efficiently. Here is a daily routine you should follow in order to ensure that your dentures (and mouth) are cared for properly: In the morning, remove your dentures from… Read more »