Essential Oral Health Care Habits and Their Influence on Your Smile

Building a better smile has never been easier. Dentists have come up with a plethora of treatments and techniques to help increase your smile’s health to the highest levels possible. If you ever suffer an oral accident or injury, we can also provide restorations that can give you the smile... Read more »

How To Help Baby Teeth

Having a child depend on you is a huge responsibility. You have many cares, concerns and questions, many of which have no specific answer. Luckily, when it comes to teeth, there usually are answers. Let’s look at a common problem--Baby Bottle Tooth Decay--as well as what to do to prevent... Read more »

Tips for Relieving Tooth Sensitivity

Are you a victim of tooth sensitivity? If so, you’re not alone. Many people suffer from this dental problem, and if you’re like them, you’re most likely looking for a solution. Our dentist, Dr. Manieka L. Green, is happy to help you relieve your discomfort by giving you the tips... Read more »

When Should You See the Dentist?

If you have a toothache, or if you damage or lose a tooth, you will naturally want to schedule an appointment with your dentist. But emergencies aside, there are other times when you should plan a visit to your dentist’s office. Of course, you should see your dentist every six... Read more »

Toothbrush Tips for When You’re Sick

Are you interested in keeping your toothbrush in tip-top shape or minimizing the germ collection on your toothbrush while you’re sick? If so, you have come to the right blog. Our dentist, Dr. Manieka L. Green, has the tips and information you need to properly use your toothbrush while you’re... Read more »

The Naughty and Nice Dental Behaviors to Keep in Mind

As Christmas quickly approaches, you’re probably trying to stay on the nice list so you avoid getting coal for Christmas. As you do your chores and help your parents, you should also focus on being on the nice list for your smile. There are many naughty and nice dental behaviors... Read more »

Use and Love Your Smile With Removable Dentures

Advanced gum disease and tooth decay can result in many dental health complications, including the loss of several teeth. This can significantly decrease your ability to chew or speak properly, and may weaken any remaining natural teeth in your mouth. The loss all or most of your teeth may necessitate... Read more »

Yearly Oral Health Reminders: Dental Damage

Even with the perfect healthcare, cleaning alone won't be enough to keep your smile safe. It is also extremely important to protect your smile from any oral accidents or injuries that can arise. Ideally, you need to limit or restrict any unhealthy lifestyle habits that you may be partaking in,... Read more »

Pericoronitis and Wisdom Teeth

Have you heard of the term pericoronitis? Coming from the words perio (for surrounding teeth) and corona (for crown), the term can be broken down to tooth crown sickness. Also known as operculitis, pericoronitis is the inflaming of the soft tissues which neighbor erupting chompers, often wisdom teeth. When the... Read more »

Chemotherapy and Dental Health

You probably know many of the side effects of chemotherapy, even if you haven’t started it yet. However, what is not common knowledge is that over a third of cancer patients can also develop dental health complications like pain in the mouth and gums, persistent dry mouth, a burning, peeling... Read more »