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Bridging the Gap in Your Teeth

Having gaps between your teeth is often less than desirable. But there are multiple ways you can close the gaps for better oral health.

Mar 4th, 2021
5 Tips to Extend the Results of Your Tooth Whitening

Professional tooth whitening can dramatically improve the appearance of your smile. However, certain habits may cause the results to wear off much sooner than necessary. Learn more about how you can extend the results of your tooth whitening.

Feb 7th, 2021
Invisalign: From Homeroom to the Boardroom

Wearing braces used to mean having a mouthful of metal, and it was usually only seen on teenagers. Today, Invisalign® offers a clear alternative that makes wearing braces more acceptable at any age.

Jan 12th, 2021
How to Extend the Life of Your Crown

Dental crowns have a limited life span, but you can do a lot to keep your teeth healthy and to extend the life of your crown. Learn about what you can do to make your crown last longer.

Dec 8th, 2020
Foods that Promote Oral Health

Good nutrition has many benefits for your entire health, including your oral health. Learn more about which foods can make your teeth and gums healthier.

Nov 1st, 2020
Why You Shouldn’t Skip Your Regular Dental Cleanings

Regular dental cleanings are important, but it can be easy to let them slip in priority when your schedule gets busy. However, dental cleanings are essential to your oral health. Learn more about the benefits of regular dental cleanings.

Oct 5th, 2020
Non-Cosmetic Reasons to Get Dental Implants

Dental implants can make a huge cosmetic difference in your smile, but they have many non-cosmetic benefits, too. Learn more about some of the many good reasons that dental implants can benefit the health of your mouth.

Sep 16th, 2020
What’s Better: At-Home or In-Office Whitening?

Everyone wants a brilliant white smile. With so many options available for tooth whitening in your local drugstore, you may feel tempted to choose one. However, the question of OTC or professional at-home or in-office whitening bears more consideration.

Aug 18th, 2020
4 Conditions that Improve with Veneers

If you’ve ever wished you could fix the minor imperfections in your smile, veneers might be the answer. Learn more about how veneers can give you a smile you’re proud to show off.

Jul 26th, 2020
Help! My Partner Snores

Snoring is a common health problem, but it can be really challenging to live with someone else who has the condition. Learn more about the different causes of snoring and how you can get some peaceful rest when your partner snores.

Jun 24th, 2020
Dentistry and COVID-19: What You Should Know

COVID-19 is causing major changes and disruptions to medical and dental care. Learn about the American Dental Association’s guidelines for practice during this time, including what constitutes an emergency that warrants an office call.

May 28th, 2020
Regular Dental Cleanings Pave the Way to Great Dental Health

Regular dental cleanings are an important part of maintaining your oral health. Taking care of your smile is an investment in not only your smile, but even in your overall physical health. Learn more about why regular dental cleanings are so important.

Apr 20th, 2020
The Many Roles a Crown Fills

Dental crowns or caps are permanent solutions to dental problems. In addition to helping dental health, they can help you feel more confident about your smile. Read on to learn more about this common procedure.

Mar 17th, 2020
Tooth-Colored Fillings Excel in Form and Function

Dental fillings are no longer limited to the unattractive — and very visible — silver ones of the past. Today’s dentistry includes tooth-colored fillings, which are a strong and durable alternative. Learn more about why tooth-colored fillings are a great o

Feb 19th, 2020
How Snoring Can Lead to a Health Nightmare

Snoring isn’t just a funny sound that amuses children. It’s the primary symptom of a serious sleep disorder called obstructive sleep apnea. Snoring associated with sleep apnea can cause a wide range of life-threatening health conditions.

Nov 1st, 2019