• Something to Cut Your Teeth On
    “Cutting your teeth” is a phrase used to mean gaining experience early on, often learning by doing. Parents will often say a child is “cutting his/her teeth” at the time Read more
  • Keep the Space between an Implant-Supported Bridge and the Gums Clean
    Dental implants can do more than replace individual teeth — a few well-placed implants can support other restorations like a fixed bridge. The natural integration that occurs between the Read more
  • A Common Myth About Dentures
    Some people still think that dentures are a natural part of getting older. Nothing could be further from the truth! Myth: I’ll get dentures, and I’ll never need to see the Read more
  • It's Like Pulling Teeth!
    The saying “like pulling teeth” has several meanings: Having a hard time extracting information from someone Something that’s very difficult and you don’t want to do it Something that is very slow and Read more
  • Sensitive Teeth After a Dental Visit
    Q: I recently had some dental work done, and now my teeth are sensitive. Why is that, and how long will it last?   There are several reasons why a tooth can Read more
  • Have Teeth?
    Have you ever heard someone say that something “has teeth”? I was a bit surprised when I looked up the meaning of the phrase because I was expecting it to Read more
  • Noah Galloway's Dentally Dangerous Dancing
    For anyone else, having a tooth accidentally knocked out while practicing a dance routine would be a very big deal. But not for Dancing With The Stars contestant Noah Read more
  • What Your Insurance Company Doesn't Want You To Know
    Do you have the game Monopoly or another game that has fake money? If so, go take $1000.00 from it and set it in front of you. If your employer offers Read more
  • National Oral Cancer Month
    April is National Oral Cancer Month. To learn more about Oral Cancer, go to the Patient Education Tab, click on the arrow in front of Oral Health and choose the Read more
  • Benefits of Dental Sealants
    Children today have far less tooth decay than previous generations thanks to fluoride and other advancements in dental care, but there can still be problem areas on the back teeth. Read more
  • Plan Ahead to Make Your Smile the Best it can be for Your Big Day!
    The big day you've waited for all your life is just around the corner — your wedding day! And to make that day as special as possible you've been Read more
  • Get Your Teeth Into Dental Care
    Few people approach a dental appointment with enthusiasm, yet dental care is necessary. (And you’re better off to take care of it before you have a dental problem than to Read more
  • Dental Magic Transforms Smiles
    Magician Michel Grandinetti can levitate a 500-pound motorcycle, melt into a 7-foot-tall wall of solid steel, and make borrowed rings vanish and reappear baked inside bread. Yet the master Read more
  • Beyond Their Marketing Claims, Most Toothpastes are Surprisingly Similar
    In your search for the right toothpaste, you’re inundated with dozens of choices, each promising whiter teeth, fresher breath or fewer cavities. Cutting through the various marketing claims, though, Read more
  • Vivica's Veneers: the Making of a Hollywood Smile
    What's an actor's most important feature? According to Vivica A. Fox, whose most recent big-screen role was in Independence Day: Resurgence, it's what you see right up front. "On screen, Read more