added on: October 3, 2019
woman running on beach at sunset

You might see the term “BioRejuvenation” dentistry and wonder what in the world does that mean? The truth is: there’s so much to love and benefit from this type of dental medicine that you’ll want to take a few minutes and read about what it is and how it’s used. … Read More…


added on: July 11, 2019
IAOMT

Our team never likes to miss out on learning about the latest in minimally-invasive dentistry and delivering the kind of care that helps support both your oral and overall health. That’s why we were so thrilled to attend the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology (IAOMT) April meeting in… Read More…


added on: December 5, 2015

Why do you need teeth restored? The primary purpose of teeth is to tear and crush food, so that when mixed with enzymes in the mouth, the digestive process can begin.  Eating the foods you want your whole life depends on the health of your teeth.  Lack of enough healthy… Read More…


added on: December 5, 2015

Porcelain Crowns Dental porcelain can be sculpted to closely replicate the look of natural tooth enamel, while providing desirable strength and resilience. Porcelain crowns are an excellent choice when recreating the form and function of a damaged tooth, because a crown basically replaces the entire external portion of the tooth… Read More…


added on: December 1, 2015

A dental bridge is a permanent replacement when missing one or more teeth. Gaps left by missing teeth eventually cause the remaining teeth to rotate or shift into the empty spaces, resulting in a bad bite. The imbalance caused by missing teeth can also lead to gum disease and temporomandibular… Read More…


added on: August 15, 2014

When my patients near retirement age or are already in retirement and have unaddressed dental issues, they sometimes tell me, ”Why should I do anything about this at my age?” I often respond by asking them two questions: How long do you plan to live? How do you plan to… Read More…


added on: October 11, 2013

We ask a lot of our teeth over our lifetime. We subject them to a variety of foods; endure habits such as grinding/clenching of teeth or chewing ice; and the constant interaction of sugar and dental plaque which leads to dental decay – the leading cause of tooth damage and… Read More…