How Routine Dental Checkups Help Your Smile in the Long Run

When you come in for dental exams and we have cleaned your teeth and gum line and removed any hardened plaque, our dentist can look at them for any signs of trouble, such as cavities, loose or broken teeth, damaged fillings, and evaluate your risk rate of certain diseases which might also take into account... Read more »

Missing Teeth? Try Dentures!

Are you missing teeth? If so, try dentures! Dentures are a favorite restoration option to restore the majority of your missing teeth. In fact, dentures are successful and easy to use and can last many years with proper care and treatment. Our dentist, Dr. Brian A. Moore, is excited to offer you dentures to help… Read more »

The Process of Repairing a Chipped Tooth with a Dental Crown

Despite the very strong and densely packed microscopic crystals of the tooth enamel, your teeth can still be chipped from dental trauma like grinding your teeth or chewing on hard objects. To repair a chipped tooth, we may need to provide a dental crown as restorative dentistry for the health of your smile. We advise… Read more »

Oral Health Wonders: Dental Floss

Have you ever looked for ways to enhance your dental flossing repertoire? In addition to making sure that you’re effectively cleaning between your teeth every day, it is important to look for products that can continue to function and look for ways to improve and enhance your flossing technique and routine. Are you prepared to… Read more »

Beware of These Oral Cancer Symptoms

Cancer of all sorts is a cause for great concern, and even though there is a high survival rate for oral cancer when it is diagnosed early, it should be treated seriously. It’s important to make a habit of monitoring your oral health so that you don’t miss the first signs of oral cancer. At… Read more »

Oral Health Support: Dental Sealants

The first step to a better smile includes using products that are safe for your teeth. Dental sealants are safe for the chewing surfaces of teeth as they are painted on the molars and premolars in the back. Furthermore, Dental sealants work to provide an additional layer of protection beyond your tooth enamel to help… Read more »

A Poor Diet and Its Influence on Your Smile

Keeping your teeth safe from the risks of dental damage includes being aware of your dietary selections at all times. Your dietary choices play a key role in your oral health and can easily transform your smile if you are not careful. Several oral health risks including dental abrasion, dental erosion, oral accidents and injuries,… Read more »

Tips on How to Distract Yourself During Your Dental Cleaning

If you ever feel stressed or tense during your dental cleaning appointment, you need a distraction. When you take your mind off of what is going on in your mouth, you can have a more comfortable and pleasant dental experience. So, our , Dr. , has some tips for you. Those tips are: -Bring your… Read more »

Root Canals: Post-Treatment

Following a root canal service, you might experience some tenderness. Don’t worry: this is very normal. We’ve put together the following info to aid you as you adapt during this recovery stage. Please get in contact with us if you have any further inquiries about recovery after a root canal treatment. After a root canal… Read more »

Which is Better: Water Flossers or Dental Floss?

If you’re not sure whether to use water flossers or dental floss, you’re not alone. Many people are in the same predicament. To help you, our s, Drs. Moore and Moore, are happy to compare the two products and give you the information you need to make the best decision for your smile. Dental floss… Read more »