Why Would I Need a Deep Cleaning?

A dental deep cleaning, sometimes referred to as gum therapy, is a treatment that cleans between the gums and the teeth, down to the roots. This type of cleaning involves the removal of bacteria, tartar, and other harmful debris in the teeth and gums. This process can also be referred to as root planing or periodontal scaling and may require several visits in order to complete the treatment. It is more extensive than a standard cleaning and is designed to treat gum disease and stop it from becoming worse.

How To Guarantee Healthy Fangs This Halloween

Any vampire or werewolf will tell you that healthy teeth are the most important tool of the trade. With something that important, you want to give it the best care you can. So, for all the little vampires and werewolves out there (and adults too) Halloween is a great time to ensure that you are maintaining the proper care of your teeth. Continue on to learn some tips to make sure that you and your family will have the healthiest fangs this Halloween season!

The Benefits Of Composite Fillings

No matter how well they take care of their teeth, many of our patients still wind up with a cavity. Dental fillings are one of the most common dental conditions we treat here in our office. Rather than the traditional silver fillings, however, we also offer an alternative that doesn’t draw attention to the fact that you’ve had dental work done. Read on to find out more.

Restore Your Smile With Dental Crowns

Have you been told that you may need to get a crown for a single tooth or multiple teeth? Perhaps it’s because you have a tooth that is broken, cracked or worn down from unknowingly grinding your teeth in your sleep. Dental crowns are also used in conjunction with other dental treatments such as to hold bridges in place or fit on top of implants, as well as to change the look and shape of a tooth for aesthetic purposes. Whatever the case may be, dental crowns are a versatile solution that help restore the look and function of your teeth in many dental applications.Have you been told that you may need to get a crown for a single tooth or multiple teeth? Perhaps it’s because you have a tooth that is broken, cracked or worn down from unknowingly grinding your teeth in your sleep. Dental crowns are also used in conjunction with other dental treatments such as to hold bridges in place or fit on top of implants, as well as to change the look and shape of a tooth for aesthetic purposes. Whatever the case may be, dental crowns are a versatile solution that help restore the look and function of your teeth in many dental applications.