Help Your Child Brush Their Teeth

Helping your child grow includes helping their smile thrive. From the time they begin to show teeth in their mouth, roughly when they are half a year old, they will need assistance in keeping their smile clean. Brushing their teeth is an important staple in their daily routine to ensure their teeth will grow in… Read more »

Your Snoring Could be Caused by Sleep Apnea

As you might know, it’s important to visit our dentist if you’d like to cope with issues like a missing tooth, a cavity, or frequent bad breath. However, did you know that a dentist might be able to help you stop snoring? Sadly, snoring and making other noises in your sleep could be indicators of… Read more »

A Damaged Crown Needs Timely Treatment

At , our dentists design each dental crown to be crafted from durable materials that are strong enough to handle biting or chewing food. While it is rare, there are some times when a crown can suffer a chip or minor fracture. This could be the result of a significant oral trauma or something as… Read more »

A Bridge That Feels Loose Needs to Be Examined as Soon as Possible

Your dentist, Dr. , cemented your bridge onto the two abutments in your mouth using a very strong dental adhesive. While this is meant to secure the bridge in place for many years to come, there are things that can weaken the bond. This usually occurs from gum disease complications or an accidental blow to… Read more »

The Best Toothbrush, or Nothing

The tagline from the Mercedes-Benz commercials, “The Best, or Nothing,” applies not only to fine automobiles, but to your toothbrush as well. If you don’t use the best toothbrush possible, you’re not getting the clean, wonderful smile you definitely deserve. So what makes a toothbrush the best? Let’s take a look at what our team… Read more »

How to Respond in an Emergency

Even if you keep up with your oral hygiene and visit at least twice a year for your routine checkups, accidents can happen. Knowing what to do in an emergency can mean the difference between saving and losing a tooth. Because of this, Drs. Winkler, Charaipotra, Coulter, and Kanli are happy to give tips for… Read more »

Brushing Your Teeth: When Should You Do It?

Brushing your teeth is extremely important for the health of your gums, teeth, and even plays a role in the health of your whole body. While the practice is now quite common, would you be surprised to learn that there are a few things many of us could do better when it comes to brushing?… Read more »

Dental Prosthetics for the Holidays

Do you have your wish list for the holiday season filled out yet? More importantly, is your smile filled out yet? If you have a broken or incomplete smile, now is the time to fulfill your wish of great oral health and contact our amazing team at today. Our dentists can give you back the… Read more »

14 Cool Teeth Facts

At in , , and our team want you to know how important your smile is. Your smile consists of various parts which work together to help you function effectively–teeth, gums, cheeks, tongue, throat, and saliva production. But your teeth help you smile, speak, chew, so today we want to share some cool tooth facts to… Read more »

Teeth Whitening is a Great Way to Lighten Your Smile

Deep stains on your smile can leave you feeling self-conscious. The depth and degree of the stains will influence the whitening method our dentists recommend. If you’ve been unimpressed with the whitening products sold in stores, or if your teeth are deeply stained, will likely recommend a dental bleaching treatment. The potent whitening agents your… Read more »