ADA Principles of Ethics & Code of Personal Conduct

Dr. is proud to be a member of the American Dental Association. Our patients truly appreciate the patient-first promise that and other ADA dentists made as part of the association’s code of ethics. When a dentist joins the ADA, he or she makes five pledges in the ADA Principles of Ethics and Code of Personal… Read more »

How to Avoid Dragon Breath

Do you suffer from bad breath? Are you self-conscious that others will notice? Don’t let your struggles have a negative impact on your social life. There are many causes of bad breath, as well as many solutions. Common causes of bad breath include: Dry Mouth – Does your mouth feel dry and sticky? You may… Read more »

Fixing Bad Teeth with Dental Crowns

If you have unsightly teeth that have accidently been damaged or broken, help is on the way. With cutting-edge technology, the dental crowns offered by our team at can give you the smile you deserve and put your mouth back on track for a lifetime of oral health, happiness, and beauty. If you are unsure about… Read more »

How to Keep Your Dentures in Mint Condition

Your new dentures have restored the beauty and functionality of your smile. It is important that you take care of your dentures to keep them in good working order. Don’t Sleep with Your Dentures Do not sleep with your dentures in place unless Dr. advises you to do so. Our dentist may recommend this if… Read more »

The Best Teeth-Whitening Choices for Thanksgiving

With the smorgasbord of food that awaits you at the end of the month, it may be a good idea to look into teeth-whitening treatments. Although teeth-whitening systems will not have the effect brushing and flossing will have on your oral health, they are the best options for the brightest natural smiles. If you are… Read more »

A Fluoride Treatment Can Help Prevent Tooth Decay and Tooth Sensitivity

Throughout the course of an average day, the natural bacteria in your mouth and the acidic foods and beverages you consume can erode the mineral crystals in your tooth enamel. If it is not counteracted in some way, it will leave your teeth vulnerable to tooth decay and sensitivity. Exposing your teeth to fluoride helps… Read more »

Understanding the Cause and Treatment of Gingivitis

Gum disease is the progressive inflammation and infection of gum tissues. It is often caused by hardened tartar where your teeth meet your gums. This introduces constant bacterial exposure to your gum tissues. Increased risk factors, like regular tobacco use and certain medical conditions, can cause gum disease to exacerbate. The earliest stage of gum… Read more »