Knowledge Foundation: Chewing Gum

One of the benefits that sugarless chewing gum can provide for your smile is that it helps protect your teeth with an additional cleaning tool that is both safe and nonabrasive. Furthermore, sugarless chewing gum is effective at any age and can help add an additional layer of protection to your health care. If you routinely find yourself suffering from... read more »

Dental Restorations: Porcelain Dental Crowns

If you wish to enhance your smile with a tooth restoration treatment, your best options to consider are repairs that not only fix any damage that has occurred but those that remove the chance for future damage to arise. If you have suffered any sort of dental damage, consider a tooth restoration treatment such as a dental crown to cap... read more »

Dental Tips Vital to Oral Health on Dental Bonding

  In order to give your smile the necessary tooth restoration that it may need, consider a cosmetic dentistry treatment in the form of a dental bond. Dental bonding treatments are highly effective restorations that use resin or porcelain to repair surface stains on teeth. With a dental bonding treatment, you can conceal any surface stains and protect teeth from... read more »

Protect Your Holiday Smile by Doing These Things

If you want a top-notch holiday smile, then you need to protect it everywhere you go. This is important because there are many things that can attack and harm your teeth and gums. So, to help you protect your holiday smile, our dentist, Dr. James Schall, has some tips for you. First, keep up on oral hygiene. All you need... read more »

CEREC®: The Quick Way to Restoring Your Smile

Dental crowns are great dental restorations that can repair broken, chipped, severely decayed, discolored, and worn-down teeth. They can also complete a dental implant restoration and even anchor a dental bridge in place. Traditionally, creating a dental crown can take days or even weeks. This is due to the fact that dentists need to send information to a dental lab... read more »

Can Your Oral Health Be Improved with CEREC® Treatments?

Are you aware of dental crowns that can be customized and installed in a single visit? They exist in the form of CEREC® same-day dental crowns. Thanks to modern technology and the use of cutting-edge computer-assisted technology, CEREC crowns can be crafted to suit your oral health needs in the minimal amount of time. With CEREC crowns, you can have... read more »

The Excitement of a Better Smile Awaits with Sedation Dentistry

Can you believe that laughing gas is used before many dental treatments to ease people into a calm and relaxed state? Surprisingly, laughing gas is also the mildest form of sedative used, as numerous other forms of sedation are strong enough to potentially put people to sleep. The excitement of a better smile awaits with sedation dentistry. The key to... read more »

Signs and Symptoms of Severe Toothaches

If a tooth is causing you extreme discomfort, it may be a sign of a toothache. Toothaches can be caused by many different types of ailments, and they are not necessarily limited to your teeth. However, in most instances, a toothache is the result of the nerve endings within the pulp of a tooth either being damaged or infected. If... read more »

What Is Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Did you know that our team could recommend full mouth reconstruction if your teeth have received extensive damage? Full mouth reconstruction includes a number of plans designed to improve the function and appearance of your teeth. So, how can you tell if you’re a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction? While many people could be good candidates, full mouth reconstruction... read more »

Easy-To-Do Techniques to Help Prevent Cavities

Have you been caring for your teeth to help prevent cavities? Do you have any visible plaque buildup in your mouth that has turned into tartar? If you have not been caring for your teeth effectively, a slow poison for your teeth and gums may have begun to creep into the corners of your teeth. Cavities, also known as tooth... read more »