Tongue Cleaning Tools

Your tongue is priceless. With it, you can speak with loved ones, form friendships, land your dream job, eat scrumptious meals, and even cleanse the rest of your mouth. Did you know that in order for it to do its job well, it needs your attention and care? Your tongue is like a sponge; it… Read more »

Preventing an Oral Emergency

While you can never fully prevent dental trauma, there are several simple habits you can adopt to reduce your chances of suffering a problem. The first step is to work on breaking bad habits, such as chewing on inedible objects, crunching ice with your teeth, or using your teeth as tools for opening packages and… Read more »

A Dental Filling Might Be Needed to Repair a Chipped Tooth

Sometimes a chipped tooth doesn’t cause any immediate distress or sensitivity. If it isn’t in your smile or cause irritation or the surrounding soft tissues in your mouth, you might be tempted to forgo professional treatment from a dentist. However, this could prove to be a risky choice. As time goes by tiny food particles,… Read more »

Yummy Foods that Can Be Hard on Your Child’s Teeth

Unfortunately, there are foods on the market today that can attack your child’s little chompers and promote dental issues. It’s best to keep these foods away from your child’s smile so they can have the top-notch oral health they deserve. To help you do so, our dentists, Dr. Rafael A. Perez and Dr. Sarah Fritzsch,… Read more »

Oral Health Care Procedures: Sedation Dentistry

Are you aware of the different types of sedatives available in dentistry? Did you know that sedatives can be given orally, injected, or applied in gas form? With all the different levels and assortments of sedation available, you and your dentists can make sure that you receive the best treatment possible with a minimal amount… Read more »

What Sets My ADA Dentist Apart From Others?

Your dentist is a proud member of the American Dental Association (ADA), which means does best to be the greatest dental professional for you. To make that happen, makes and keeps promises each day. The first promise is to respect a patient’s wants and needs. This means your dentist will consider your smile and oral… Read more »

Dental Crowns Require Daily Oral Hygiene Habits

Dental crowns are a somewhat common type of dental work. They are designed to replace the tooth enamel layer of a tooth that has suffered a large cavity, bad filling, dental fracture, or one that needed cosmetic restoration. Drs. Perez and Fritzsch encourage you to brush and floss your dental crown just like you would… Read more »

The Truth About Oral Cancer

Cancer is a word no one likes to hear. Even so, it needs to be addressed as soon as possible. That is why, our team here at in , , takes pride in your oral health and is happy to talk to you about oral cancer. Oral cancer can appear on your lips, cheeks, gums,… Read more »

Smile Reconstruction Treatments

A happy smile is important. Smiling is scientifically proven to make you and the people around you feel good. Because all of us at know how important smiling is for the one’s wellbeing, we want you to be confident with yours. Dr. is pleased to offer various cosmetic dentistry treatments that will provide you with a… Read more »

Multiple Teeth Lost to a Sports Injury Might Be Temporarily Replaced by a Partial

Suffering a blow to the face during a sporting event can cause significant oral and dental trauma. Sometimes the blow can be so severe that it knocks out or severely damages multiple teeth in one area of your mouth. When this happens, you should not delay in seeking treatment with one of the dentists at… Read more »