Oral Health Damage Control: Dentures

Your best smile often depends on making sure you are ready for any issues that can arise. This includes taking care of any problems, such as tooth replacements or repairs. If you do happen to have any missing teeth, make sure they are replaced with a reliable tooth prosthetic. Modern... Read more »

Dental Sedation Can Help Calm Nerves

Keeping a dentist appointment can be hard, especially if you’ve had negative experiences at the dentist in the past. These can sometimes create dental anxiety. That anxiety can make going to the dentist difficult--even when you know how important regular check-ups are to your continued dental health. Let’s take a... Read more »

Tips to Help You Prepare for Your Dental Appointment

Are you tired of feeling unsettled in the dental chair? If so, our dentist, Dr. Brawley T. Marze Jr., recommends preparing for your appointment beforehand. The more you prepare, the more comfortable you can feel during your visit. So, he would like to help you prepare for your next dental... Read more »

Swishing Tips

Do you swish your mouth with mouthwash? If so, good for you! Swishing is a great way to kill bacteria and strengthen your teeth. However, that’s only the case if you use the right kind of mouthwash. To help you have a proper and effective rinsing routine, our dentist, Dr.... Read more »

A Porcelain Dental Veneer Can Change Your Whole Smile

We are pleased to offer dental veneers for patients who are looking to improve minor to moderate dental flaws and transform their smiles. These wafer-thin but durable shells are custom crafted to cover your front teeth and disguise the imperfections you don’t want to show. By covering one cosmetically flawed... Read more »

Holiday Dentistry: Tooth Hazards

Always make sure you're protecting your smile against tooth hazards that can arise. If you're not careful, numerous risks can slowly wear down your teeth and lead to severe dental damage. Always make sure to protect your teeth not only against microscopic damage but also against oral accidents or injuries... Read more »

Focus Your Oral Health Care on Sedation Dentistry

One of the most effective forms of dental health care available today is sedation dentistry. With sedatives, an individual can have complex and lengthy oral health care treatments given without the fear of pain or anxiety. Numerous forms of sedation exist to provide you with sensations of a mild calming... Read more »

A Dental Bridge Can Replace a Broken Tooth That Was Extracted

Healthy tooth enamel is tougher than your bones, but unfortunate situations such as a hard blow to the face can produce enough force to fracture the tooth enamel and even damage the pulp or tooth root. If this occurs, our dentist may need to extract the badly fractured tooth to... Read more »

Facts About Chewing Gum

Chewing sugar-free gum, especially after meals, helps to protect your mouth. This sounds like a dubious claim made only by people looking to sell you something--but it’s actually true. Chewing gum fights cavities by stimulating saliva flow in your mouth. Saliva is your body’s first defense against cavities--in fact, it... Read more »

How a Woman’s Hormones Affect Her Dental Health

Your hormones are connected to all sorts of aspects of your physical health – your weight, mood, sex drive – even your dental health. Did you know that a surge of hormones can make you more vulnerable to gum disease? This is because two female hormones called estrogen and progesterone... Read more »