Improving Your Oral Health Care in Your Twilight Years

It’s never too late to begin taking the steps necessary to have a healthy, happy smile that everyone can enjoy. The older we get, the more our teeth age as well, so it is important to show them even more attention and care than you did when you were younger. If you are looking to improve your health care in... read more »

When a Filling Falls Out, the Tooth Might Need a Dental Crown

Fillings are typically used to repair modest-sized cavities. While they are designed to last for a long time, no filling is impervious to the passage of time. Sometimes when a filling falls out of place, there simply isn’t enough healthy tooth enamel remaining in the area to safely secure a new filling. In a situation like this, your dentist, Dr.... 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 daily brushing and flossing efforts... read more »