A Dental Bridge Can Often Replace a Tooth Lost to a Severe Cavity

Brushing your teeth twice each day and remembering to floss at least once is important for preventing gum disease and tooth decay problems. You should also have a dentist like Dr. Rafael A. Perez or Dr. Sarah Fritzsch perform a dental exam and cleaning every six months. If you struggle with dental phobia and your… Read more »

Protect Your Smile Following Valentine’s Day

After Valentine’s Day, there are many opportunities to enjoy on-sale chocolate and candy, which can put your teeth at risk. Our dentists can provide effective dental care tips to protect your teeth from Valentine’s Day candy sales: – Know how candy affects your smile: Certain candies can put your teeth at an increased risk of… Read more »

Have You Been Misled by Root Canal Myths?

Signs of an infected tooth, such as a bad toothache or swollen gums, may require root canal treatment. This restorative procedure is highly misunderstood and is avoided by many patients. We provide the truth behind many common root canal myths to help patients understand the important of this treatment. Root canal treatment has gained a… Read more »

Did You Know Apples are Good for Teeth?

An apple a day keeps the doctor away. But what about the dentist? We have some good news regarding that: apples are tooth-approved foods! Keep reading to find out how apples may help shield your teeth and why they’re one of the few sugary foods we recommend. And if keeping the dentist away sounds as… Read more »

Dental Crowns Repair Single Teeth and Improve Your Entire Oral Health

If you have one tooth that takes the beauty and health from your smile, then a dental crown could be a great treatment option for you. A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that replaces the tooth enamel and boosts its health and function. To tell you a little more about this beneficial restoration, our… Read more »

Specific Measures Are Needed During Wisdom Tooth Removal Extraction

The average person has four wisdom teeth develop deep in the gums behind each of their rear molars. Unfortunately, these vestigial third molars often have no healthy role in the mouth of modern humans. In fact, they can often prove to be a nuisance or even a threat to the health of your rear molars…. Read more »

Reinvent Your Smile with Cosmetic Dentistry

Are you ready to drastically enhance your smile through the use of cosmetic dentistry restorations? If so, our highly specialized team of dentists can ensure your teeth are brought to the new and higher level of beauty you desire. Cosmetic dentistry has been extremely popular in recent years thanks to their success. If you have… Read more »

A Toothache Might Be Related to a Recent Oral Trauma

Athletes who forgo the use of a protective mouth guard are at increased risk of suffering from oral trauma and fractured teeth. Sometimes a blow to the face might only cause swelling and minor bleeding at first, without any noticeable damage to the nearby teeth. Yet within a day or two you might notice increasing… Read more »

A Positive Oral Health Care Outlook with Dental Veneers

Not all smiles designed by nature can give you the look you want. Even the perfect oral health care cannot often be enough to give teeth the aesthetics our society often strives for. However, there are cosmetic dentistry treatments in place that can easily and effectively give your smile the movie star looks you’ve always… Read more »

Halloween Oral Health Care Planning

As the Halloween season sets its sights on our doorstep, it is important to make sure you start preparing a plan to protect your smile from all the hazards that can arise. Listed below are a few tips to consider for maximum Halloween happiness: – Set up a candy plan on what should be done… Read more »