We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
At our dental practice, we take pride in helping our patients achieve the brightest smiles and the best dental health possible. We work with you at every step of the process to ensure that your teeth and gums are as healthy as possible and to allow you to relax and to enjoy the benefits of good dental hygiene. Our goal…Continue reading
Are Dental Implants Right for You? If you are missing teeth because of an accident, injury, gum disease or tooth decay, our dentists can restore your smile and help you look and feel your best. Our dental experts are committed to providing you with the best solutions for all your dental care needs. We offer dental implant options that will…Continue reading
Do you believe that you may have gingivitis? If so, you are not alone. Many people develop gingivitis and, unfortunately, some do not even realize it. If your gums look swollen or you see blood when you floss or brush, don’t ignore it. It’s not normal for gums to bleed. Untreated gingivitis may progress and turn into periodontal disease. Gum…Continue reading
What Is Considered a Dental Emergency? For many oral health professionals, a true dental emergency must meet very specific criteria. An injury that affects the soft tissues of the mouth, such as a cut or laceration to the tongue, lips, or cheeks is considered an emergency. Pain that’s severe enough to impact your everyday activities and isn’t relieved by taking…Continue reading
Finding the best affordable dentist to place your implants can be a challenge. Many dental care providers are qualified to place implants, but they’re not all equally skilled. Some attained their knowledge and experience in a weekend class or a short training program. Others have extensive hands-on experience under their belts. Implants are long-term solutions, so you want yours to…Continue reading
When it’s time to restore a severely damaged or unsightly tooth, cosmetic dentistry offers several options. Two of the most popular are crowns and teeth veneers such as Lumineers. Both options can be used to correct many types of cosmetic and general dental defects including improper spacing between teeth, crooked teeth, aging or discolored fillings, broken or chipped teeth, and…Continue reading
If your gums aren’t healthy, you’re not alone. Many adults currently have some form of gum disease, which is also called periodontal disease or periodontitis. The condition ranges from mild inflammation to severe infection. Gingivitis is the name given to the mildest form of the disease. At this stage, the inflammation is often reversible. If it progresses to periodontitis, pockets…Continue reading
They Can Change the Shape of Your Face Along with improving your smile, cosmetic dentistry veneers can greatly enhance the look of your face. Based on your dental needs and desires, your veneer dentist can place veneers to do a serious makeover to widen your smile, accentuate your cheekbones, or make your face more symmetrical. May Not Affect Tooth Enamel…Continue reading
If you’re considering cosmetic dentistry veneers, you may already know the many benefits they offer. But there are a few important things that you must understand before making this dental choice. They Stop Sensitivity In addition to making teeth look brighter and more beautiful, cosmetic dentistry veneers can also make teeth less sensitive and stronger. According to dental care Indiana…Continue reading
Orthodontists administer treatments such as braces that correct misalignments, spacing problems, crowded teeth, and other dental problems. If your child needs braces, you’ll want to make sure that he or she gets the best treatment available. Specialists in orthodontics have an additional two to three years of training beyond their standard dental education. They may hold a specialty certificate in…Continue reading