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7 Tips for Whiter Dazzling Teeth
Watch our latest video that goes over safe and proven ways to help keep your teeth whiter.Best Ways to Whiten Teeth
Implants can help preserve bone
How much toothpaste to use?
Ever wonder how much toothpaste you should use? Here is a quick video that goes over a few tips about brushing.Take Care of Your Teeth with Regular Dental Checkups
Are you throwing away $1500?!!!
Dental insurance deadline is approaching on December 31st. Any remaining benefits will not roll over and be lost forever. You already paid for these benefits! Use it or lose it! Benefits amounts are typically between $1000 and $2500.Dental Savings Plan
What are dental sealants and are they worth it?
Dental Savings Plan
A Great Way to Save Money at the Dentist.
A dental savings plan can be a great way to save money at the dentist, simplify the payment process, avoid the hassle of dental insurance regulations and coverage, and ensure you don’t have any surprises due to dental service needs for you and your family. Read more about our in-house dental savings plan here.Are You Throwing Away $1500?
Best Ways to Whiten Teeth
Learn 7 Tips for Whiter Teeth
Whiter teeth not only help improve your smile but they can build confidence. Learn some ways that you can brighten and whiten your teeth to make your smile as great as it can be.Improving Your Smile
Four Signs You Need Emergency Dental Care
Damage to teeth and gums can’t be ignored. It’s always important to act quickly if something is wrong, but some dental issues are more pressing than others. How can you know the difference between a dental problem that needs to be solved soon and a problem that needs to be solved now?
We never want our patients to put off a dental procedure when it could lead to lasting harm, so we’ve compiled a list of important warning signs that mean you should get your teeth checked out as soon as possible. After all, you’ve only got so many teeth — it’s best to keep them all in good shape.
One: Broken or missing teeth
It goes without saying that obvious physical damage to your teeth is one of the most urgent dental emergencies you can experience. If your tooth has been damaged, rinse your mouth with warm water immediately and call us as soon as possible. If your tooth has come out, gently try to put it back into the socket (without touching the root!) or keep it in your mouth to protect it until we can see you
Two: Dental abscesses
A dental abscess is a small collection of pus inside of a tooth or gums that is caused by a bacterial infection. If your symptoms include shiny red swollen gums, a fever, or pain that spreads to your jaw or neck, you may have an abscess, even if you don’t see it. Try to see us as soon as possible, but, in the meantime, you can reduce the pain of the abscess by avoiding cold drinks. Use a soft toothbrush to very gently clean the area until we can get you into the office.
Three: Lost filling or crown
A crown or filling can become loose or even fall out for a variety of reasons. If you lose a crown or filling, it’s important to try to save it — we may be able to reuse it. Rinse the area with warm salt water and continue to brush the damaged tooth (gently!) until we can see you.
Four: Significant pain or swelling in the teeth, gums or jaw
Constant pain or swelling in your mouth is never normal! This symptom may seem vague or common, but it could be a sign of major damage or an infection that could have nasty results if left untreated. Don’t tough it out. Call us and we will decide together whether you need to come in for an appointment.
Ignoring any of these four dental problems could result in the permanent loss of teeth. Infections can even spread to other parts of your body and cause serious general medical issues, so it’s extremely important to get your teeth examined if you experience any dental emergency on this list!
We want your tooth pain or mouth pain to stop.
First and foremost, if you are in pain, we want to help you get some relief. Then we can address any underlying causes to solve the problem using dental best practices. If you believe you’re experiencing a dental emergency, contact one of our offices. We’ll get you an appointment in the near future, so you can go back to your life and leave tooth pain behind.Tooth Decay & How to Prevent Cavities