Should You Consider Dental Implants?

Implants have become very popular over the years. The artificial teeth are virtually indistinguishable from your natural teeth, and they are placed on titanium posts that have implanted directly into your jawbone. Not only does this make the implants sturdy, but as the bone grows around the implants, your jaw is strengthened. Moreover, your implants… Read more »

The Treatment of Tooth Sensitivity

There are many causes for tooth sensitivity. Worn or fractured tooth enamel, cavities, dental erosion due to acidic foods and beverages, an eating disorder or gastric reflux, or gum recession can all be contributing factors or major causes. If you have sensitive teeth, it’s important to seek dental advice as soon as possible. Dr. can… Read more »

Choosing a Composite Filling For Your Smile

A cavity in your tooth can cause many problems if left untreated. Not only can a cavity become painful, it can also cause bad breath, and can lead to the loss of your tooth. Depending on where the tooth is located, you may have the option of using a composite filling to address your cavity…. Read more »

A Partial Denture Can Help Replace Teeth Lost to Severe Oral Trauma

An automobile collision can cause significant bodily harm an oral trauma. In some of these cases, the damage caused to organs and body parts takes priority over treating the dental trauma. This often cause the loss of necessary extraction of multiple compromised teeth. When you are ready, you should strongly consider scheduling dental restoration consultation… Read more »

Do You Need a Root Canal?

Every part of your tooth is important and serves a purpose. In particular, the pulp is a vital part of your tooth since it contains the blood vessels and nerves that keep your teeth healthy, and the tissue that helps connect your teeth to your gums. However, from to time the pulp can become infected,… Read more »

Principles Concerning Sleep Apnea

Are you aware that sleep apnea can be caused by a wide-ranging amount of issues stemming from your oral health all the way to uncontrollable genetics? Even failed brain signals could be a fault for your sleep apnea. Whether you suffer from obstructive sleep apnea or central sleep apnea, it is important to spot the… Read more »

Oral Health Essentials: Bruxism

Are you aware of what bruxism is? Bruxism is a common, yet potentially serious disorder that is recognized by a distinct grinding of your teeth while unconscious. In most occurrences, bruxism takes place while the victim is sleeping, making a diagnosis difficult to detect. Are you showing any signs of bruxism-related dental damage? Not all… Read more »

Keep Bad Breath Away

Do you struggle with embarrassing bad breath? If so, you are not alone. Halitosis is a condition that causes persistent bad breath and could be a sign of gum disease. Here at our dental office in , , our team is dedicated to your oral care, which is why are happy to provide you with… Read more »

All Kids Should Have Their Teeth Brushed Daily

As your family’s resource for comprehensive and comfortable dental care, Drs. Michael Long and Matthew Thurman, along with the rest of our team are happy to share some tips today for your child’s oral care. Are you taking good care of your child’s oral health? If any teeth are present, it is important that they… Read more »

Shiny Teeth Rely on Healthy Foods and a Balanced Diet

Shiny teeth rely on healthy foods and a balanced diet. Although many foods are just another obstacle that stands in the way of optimum oral health, did you know that there are some foods that have been confirmed to actually enhance your oral health? Listed below are some helpful foods and tips for your oral… Read more »