Test What You Know About Dental Emergencies Here

It’s best to know all about dental emergencies so you can properly handle them when you experience one. This can also help you keep a calm, relaxed manner, which can help you and your smile in more ways than you might realize. So, our dentist, Dr. Dr. Alexis LaRose, would like to test what you know about dental emergencies by... read more »

Dentistry Essentials 101: Toothbrushing Techniques

  Brushing your teeth often requires making sure you are taking the necessary steps to adequately clean all areas and sides of a tooth. However, a toothbrush will not be able to clean between teeth, so an alternative interdental cleaner will be needed. When selecting your toothbrush, always make sure you have the proper tools and are using the proper... read more »

Increase Your Dental Knowledge on Chewing Gum

  In order to keep the risk of dental damage at a minimum, it is always a good idea to seek out new ways to improve your oral health. One highly effective treatment that you may not have thought of is by employing sugarless chewing gum. Numerous studies have shown that by chewing sugarless gum after meals, you can help... read more »

How to Care for Your Veneers

Do you have flaws that mar the beauty of your smile? Would you like to boost your confidence? Ask our dentist about veneers. Dental veneers are thin shells made from a tooth-colored material. They are placed over the front of the teeth to improve their appearance. Veneers can be used to improve the appearance of a tooth that is discolored,... read more »

Keeping Your Toothbrush in Good Shape

Your toothbrush is probably your best tool for fighting tooth decay and keeping your mouth happy and healthy. For your toothbrush to do it’s job well, it needs to be in great condition. While you depend on your toothbrush, your toothbrush also depends on you. First, you need to make sure that your toothbrush is in good shape. In this... read more »

Successful Smiles Feature Mouth Guards

If you are involved in any contact sports or similar high-risk activities, consider a mouth guard. A mouth guard contours around your teeth for added protection and support from damage that may occur. Although they will not prevent microscopic damage such as tooth decay and gum disease, they are extremely effective against physical damage. Listed below are three common types... read more »

Taking Good Care of Your Pearly Whites Benefits Your Smile

Taking good care of your teeth will help you have a smile you can be proud of. Proper oral hygiene is essential to a healthy smile and brushing your teeth removes dental plaque and food particles which can otherwise lead to tooth decay and gum disease. Today, Dr. Alexis LaRose would like to give you some helpful tips to encourage... read more »