Restorative Dentistry

Having More Teeth Later in Life Reduces Your Dementia Risk

Many of us look forward to growing old--having the time and freedom to do what we want and live as we want. But there’s a shadow that hangs over our glowing dreams for our golden years: dementia. Dementia can make it hard, if not impossible, to enjoy the years we have left. But now a [...]

You Just Lost a Tooth. Should You Trust Your Dentist to Place an Implant?

When you lose a tooth, you shouldn’t just leave the gap in your smile. Not only does it look unattractive, it can also impact the health of your remaining teeth. A dental implant is the best option for replacing that missing tooth, but should you trust your current dentist to place the [...]

5 Key Questions to Ask before Getting a Chipped Tooth Fixed

A chipped tooth is an unpleasant surprise. It can not only be painful and embarrassing, it can really shake you up. After all, you thought your teeth were so strong and healthy--they shouldn’t be breaking like that. We understand that the moment can be very stressful, but it’s important to take a moment and consider [...]

Common Causes of Tooth Injury

In the summer, tooth injuries increase significantly. That’s because everyone is out enjoying the weather, and it encourages people to engage in more high-risk behaviors. If you injure a tooth, it’s important to get reconstructive dentistry or other treatment quickly so that it’s most likely we can save the tooth and preserve [...]

Guidance for Keeping Your Restorations in Top Shape

With modern technology, techniques, and materials, dental restorations are able to last longer than ever. We will do everything we can to make sure your restorations are designed to stand the test of time, but we can’t do it alone. You have a part to play in making sure your restorations last as [...]