Tips For New Denture Wearers

The process of adjusting to dentures is a significant life change for patients, and a multitude of concerns and questions about wearing dentures is common, especially when it comes to the anticipated level of comfort and chewing ability. We are happy to take the time to address any questions that are troubling you about dentures…. Read more »

The Relationship Between Diabetes and Gum Disease

Research shows a one-to-one relation between diabetes and gum disease (aka periodontitis). Constant high blood glucose in a weakened immune system permits bacterial germs in the mouth to flourish. Sugar is already a destructive enemy of your teeth. So, being diabetic puts you in even more risk. If you have diabetes, it is urgently important… Read more »

Durable Materials Are Used to Create a Dental Crown

A dental crown restoration is often called for to treat a tooth that has been significantly compromised by a large cavity, dental attrition, or a large dental fracture. This mode of treatment is designed to fully replace the original tooth enamel layer with an alternate material. The material that Dr. advocates for the dental crown… Read more »

All You Need to Know About the Foods that Can Help You Prevent Tooth Decay

Are you interested in using anti-cavity foods to help you keep tooth decay at bay? If so, good for you! Our dentist, Dr. Bethaney B. Brenner, is happy to hear that you deeply care for your smile and oral health. Now, remember that eating these foods isn’t the only thing you need to do to… Read more »

Dental Anxiety is Manageable

 A past negative experience at the dentist oftentimes creates dental anxiety, which can make your next appointments difficult. However, our team is dedicated to you having the best dental experience at . We are happy to help you make that happen. Here are some recommendations to make coming to the dentist easier! First, it may… Read more »

Smiles Appreciate Good Dental Hygiene Habits

Dental hygiene is important not only for the appearance of your smile but for the health of it, as well. It is important to remember these basics as you continue to care for your smile. Brush Your Teeth: Brushing is the easiest and most fundamental part of taking care of your smile. Brush for 2… Read more »

Osseointegration Allows a Titanium Dental Implant to Bond with Living Bone Tissues

Over the course of the last two decades dental implant technology has advanced and grown in popularity. It is now seen as one of the most effective methods for restoring a missing tooth. They can also be used to create anchor points for a dental implant supported bridge to restore multiple missing teeth. The dental… Read more »

What to Expect When You Reshape a Tooth

Sometimes teeth can be oddly shaped. In this situation, an oddly shaped tooth can take the beauty away from a smile. This can be quite unfortunate because it can lower your self-esteem and make talking, laughing, and smiling more difficult. Fortunately, cosmetic tooth reshaping can help you improve the appearance of your oddly shaped tooth… Read more »

What is the Advantage of Dental Erosion Prevention?

The question is often asked if acidic foods can harm your teeth. The answer is yes, which is why dental erosion prevention is so important. Harmful sugars in foods and drinks can be converted into acids that cause dental erosion, and substances with low pH can have the same damaging effect to your tooth enamel…. Read more »

The Oral Health Care Guidebook to Water Flossing

When you begin thinking about your oral health care and enhancements that could be made, consider the possibility of updating your flossing treatments. Instead of using traditional thread, consider switching to a water flosser. In order to keep your oral health care at its best, consider the following benefits of water flossing: – Water flossers… Read more »