Consistency Helps Instill Your Child With Good Oral Hygiene Habits

Preventing cavities and periodontal health problems when your child is young will reduce their chances of suffering from other oral health issues later in life. A child who loses one or more teeth to untreated tooth decay might also be at increased risk of needing traditional braces in adolescence. At... Read more »

Caring For a Knocked-Out Tooth

Do you know what to do with a tooth if it gets knocked out of your head? If you don’t, that’s alright - not many people do, since it’s thankfully not something we all deal with on a regular basis! But on the off-chance that you do need to care... Read more »

Improvements in Oral Health Care: Oral Cancer Screenings

Would you be able to spot oral or throat cancer if it was present in your mouth? Are you familiar with all the signs and symptoms that often arise alerting you to its presence? Did you know that oral and throat cancer often leads to difficulties with your mouth and... Read more »

Foods That Make Your Teeth Smile

Did you know your smile can benefit from the foods you eat? Well, it’s true! Foods can help your teeth stay healthy and strong throughout your life. Your tooth enamel is naturally strong, and without proper diet and care, your teeth can weaken over time. That is why, our dentist,... Read more »

Do Your Best to Prevent Cavities

If you do your best to prevent cavities, then you are setting your smile up for a healthier future. Cavities can put a strain on your oral health and cause conditions like tooth loss and gum disease. Fortunately, cavities can be prevented. To help you learn how to avoid cavities... Read more »

Take Control of Your Halitosis

Do you have uncontrollable bad breath? If so, you could be suffering from halitosis. Halitosis is a condition that causes you to have bad breath and can be embarrassing at times. The good news is you can take control of your halitosis and even prevent it! To learn how, our... Read more »

Peak Oral Health Levels: Bruxism Prevention

Are you aware of the risk factors that are associated with dental damage while you sleep? One particular common condition that can arise while you sleep is known as bruxism. If you are suffering from bruxism, you are putting your gums and your teeth at an increased risk of dental... Read more »

Prevent Invasive Tooth Decay With Regular Dental Checkups

Tooth discomfort that is extreme and persistent is one of the common signs of cavities developing in the tooth enamel. We encourage you to come see the dentist as soon as you experience any cavity symptoms so that they don’t compromise the tooth enamel and infect your vulnerable inner tooth... Read more »

Got Stained Teeth? Here Are Your Options

Tooth discoloration can occur for many reasons. This makes it a common problem for many. If you’re one who suffers from tooth stains, our dentist, Dr. Carrie Sessom, has some good news for you: There are many treatments that can help you! Fortunately, our dental team offers many treatments that... Read more »

Information About Sports Mouth Guards

Do I need a mouth guard? For those who play sports, mouth guards are often recommended. A mouth guard can be beneficial while playing any sport, but are particularly important for contact sports like football, boxing, and hockey. A mouth guard can help protect the teeth, jaws, and soft tissues... Read more »