Sirona Co. CEREC


Get dental implants in just one single visit!

CEREC is a method of CAD/CAM dentistry that creates dental restorations. First developed in 1980, CEREC has come a long way and has made creating dental restorations far easier than it ever was before. Read more

The Worst and Best Candies During Halloween


What candies to eat during Halloween to keep your smile healthy.

Halloween is just around the corner and before you splurge on eating handfuls of candy, here is a bit of information about the worst and best candy for your teeth because everyone knows that your teeth will get hit the hardest from the sugar rush. Read more

5 Ways to Recover Faster After Dental Implants


Recently got dental implants? Here’s how to have a fast recovery.

Whether it’s a single tooth or a couple, dental implants can help create a beautiful smile when teeth are missing or rotting. As with any procedure, however, it will take some time to recover and your typical day to day routine may need to be held on pause for a while. Although, there are some things you can do to speed up the recovery process.

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Periodontal Disease: The Gateway Disease


Studies show that periodontal disease has been linked to 22 different systemic diseases.

Metastatic infections, inflammation and inflammatory injury, and adaptive immunity are three basic mechanisms that have been identified as having a potential role in the associations between periodontitis and systemic diseases. Periodontal infections develop through inflammatory processes and become chronic periodontal pathology with systemic impact if left untreated. Read more

Periodontal Disease: What is it?


The disease that destroys the smile.

Periodontal disease is an inflammatory disease that affects the soft and hard structures supporting the teeth. Although it commonly occurs more in adults, it can happen to children and teenagers too. A few of the symptoms include… Read more

Periodontal Disease: How to Prevent and Treat it


Adding these simple habits to your daily routine can help prevent this awful inflammatory disease.

If left untreated, periodontal disease can cause the gums and support bone structure to deteriorate. It can then lead to gum recession or even tooth loss. Studies have also shown that periodontal disease is linked to life-threatening diseases such as cancer and diabetes. Thankfully, however, there are ways to prevent such a terrible disease. Read more

Teeth Whitening Kits


Brighten your smile in the comforts of your own home.

Teeth whitening helps brighten smiles and remove any stains or discoloration on the teeth. It is recommended to those with fluorosis (discoloration due to excessive fluoride use), worn down teeth, stained teeth due to medications, or discolored teeth. There are several ways teeth whitening can be done, but one method can be done in the walls of your own home. Read more

Save the Floss!


Floss has been put on the endangered list. Help us save it!

Save-the-FlossThere’s one question that makes most people shrink when they’re at the dentist and that is, “Do you floss?” Flossing seems to be the most unpopular thing when it comes to caring for your teeth. It can be tedious, frustrating and at times, quite painful. However, flossing is the most important part of proper oral hygiene and should be done on a daily. Read more

Keeping Teeth Clean and Breath Fresh at Work


How hard is it to keep teeth clean and breath fresh at work?

Materials around the office may just save you from embarrassment of stinky breath and unhealthy looking teeth

breath fresh at workKeeping your teeth clean and breath fresh is a breeze when you’re at home. But what happens when you get to work and you have just swallowed the last bite of your sub sandwich with onions and you have a meeting in an hour?

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The Dangers of Delaying a Root Canal


Why putting off a root canal is going to hurt in the long run

don't put off your root canalPutting off dental hygiene is never a good idea; delaying a root canal is definitely never a good idea.

A root canal is an important procedure that is meant to repair a damaged tooth in an effort to save it. Simply put, the infected or injured sponge-like pulp is removed as well as the nerve, the area is cleaned, and the tooth is sealed up again. Without this protection, an infection will not heal itself; it will just get worse. Read more