With Age Comes Wisdom (Teeth)!

Wisdom teeth, also called 3rd molars, are the last teeth to erupt in your mouth. This generally occurs between 17-21 years of age. Wisdom teeth can lead to problems if there isn’t enough space in your jaw to accommodate them or if they come through in the wrong position, like this patient. If your dentist Read More …

Dental Prosthetic Basics

Restoring your smile involves treating tooth decay, infection, occlusal wear, broken or lost teeth, and making sure your function is balanced. The goal is that all teeth, muscles, and joints working in unison. The final result is a healthy smile that looks and feels better. If you’re missing one or more teeth, a BRIDGE may Read More …

Laser Technology in the Dental Office

Dental lasers are a safe and gentle alternative to traditional dental drills. They are minimally invasive and have multiple uses in practice: Remove decay within a tooth and prepare the surrounding area for receipt of a filling Reshape gums and tissue Remove tissue samples (also called a biopsy) for examination by a pathologist Speed up Read More …

Dental Technology

Did you know we utilize new technology to help keep your smile healthy? Digital radiographs, intraoral camera, and dental laser equipment allows our doctors to make your dental care more comfortable, durable, efficient and natural-looking.

A Toothbrush SO Good, it’s Genius!

Brush like the dentist recommends! The OralB Genius electric toothbrush provides a superior clean over a manual brush.  The rotating brush head cleans better between teeth by sweeping away plaque and gingivitis-causing bacteria.  Switch now and save $20 when you purchase the OralB system in our office.