When Your Dental Work Falls Out

Over time, the space holding a filling in your tooth can get bigger, and the filling can fall out. Or the dental cement in holding your crown or veneer in place may wear away. In such cases, you should call and make an appointment with your dentist to have your dental work replaced or reattached. Normally, no pain is involved... read more »


Your Child’s Dental Visit

Ideally, your child’s first visit to the dentist should not be because she has a toothache or a dental trauma. The first dental visit should be within six months of getting her first tooth, and if possible before her first birthday. If you child has never been to the dentist before, you should bring her into the office prior to... read more »


Is Contouring and Shaping Right for Your Teeth?

Do you have overlapping teeth or crooked teeth? Similarly, do you have one or more cracked teeth? If you do—and even if you don’t—you probably understand that these types of imperfections can be embarrassing. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to address the flaws in your smile. Contouring, which is also known as reshaping, has many advantages and... read more »


How To Floss Properly

As you know, flossing can play a major role in maintaining good oral health. Conversely, if you don’t floss daily, you’ll probably find yourself facing unpleasant consequences—and sadly these consequences may not be limited to your mouth. You see, flossing cleans your gum line. In reality, there is not better—or safer—method available or cleaning your gum line. Sadly, if your... read more »