The Relationship Between Your Teeth, Gums and Dental Veneers

How comfortable are you with your smile? If you often look in the mirror and are uncomfortable smiling at yourself or if you ever feel reserved in public due to concerns of the way your teeth look, it may be time for a cosmetic dentistry upgrade. Through cosmetic dentistry treatments... Read more »

The Brief Understanding of Oral Cancer Screenings

Are you making sure you are receiving your oral cancer screenings regularly? Did you know if you neglect your checkups, you could be putting your body at risk? Your dental checkups are essential to keep your oral health in top-notch shape. Our dentist, Dr. Jesse Taylor, is happy to give... Read more »

The Perks of Dental Bonding

There are many types of dental treatments that can help you fix your teeth. If the issue is small, you might consider some dental bonding to fix it. Here is what this treatment can do for you. Can Blend Right In Bonding is made up of composite resin, which has... Read more »

Understanding Jaw and Facial Pain

Are you aware of the risks associated with jaw and facial pain? Not only can dental problems cause you pain and discomfort throughout the day, but the pain be early warning signs of something much more serious. You will need to visit your dentist for a comprehensive exam and X-rays... Read more »

A Lost Tooth Might Be Replaced With a Dental Bridge

When a tooth is knocked out or lost to a severe cavity, the void left in your mouth can do more than hamper your ability to chew food. Patients who have suffered tooth loss often notices changes in the clarity of their speech and potentially suffer from an unattractive smile.... Read more »

The Answers to Questions About Flossing

Flossing is a very important task that can help you have strong and healthy teeth and gums. It’s very important to include flossing in your oral hygiene routine. If you have questions about flossing, it could be difficult to perform the top-notch flossing technique you need. So, our dentist, Dr.... Read more »

When to Let Your Toothbrush Go

When you last replaced your toothbrush? If this caused you to think for a moment, chances are it’s time for a new brush. The ADA recommends that a toothbrush is replaced every three to four months. Replace your toothbrush even more frequently if any bristles appear to be frayed or... Read more »

All About Cosmetic Dentistry

  If you wish to enhance and improve your oral health care, it’s always important to look for new ways to improve your smile. One highly effective method is by enhancing its look. A branch of dentistry known as cosmetic dentistry is designed to improve your smile through the use... Read more »

Schedule an Oral Cancer Screening If You Notice These Symptoms

Oral cancer is one of the most dangerous dental issues and can develop at any age, though many patients experience a full and successful recovery with early diagnosis. For this reason, it’s imperative to receive oral cancer screenings regularly or as soon as you notice any oral cancer symptoms. Below,... Read more »

Canker Sores Should Heal Within One Week

One frustration people come across in their mouth health is a canker sore. Canker sores are shallow, small ulcers that can make eating and talking difficult. Sometimes they show up as a single sore, other times you get several at once. They are certainly obnoxious--but fortunately, not contagious. Unfortunately, doctors... Read more »