Oral Healthcare

When thinking about your dental hygiene, you need to consider the foods and habits that have damaged your teeth in the past. You should also look consider your dental history. If you have had numerous cavities in the past, it may be an indicator that you need to change your oral healthcare routine. Tooth alignment… Read more »

An Implant-Supported Bridge to Replace Multiple Lost Teeth

Severe tooth decay that affects multiple teeth can sometimes result in tooth loss. In other cases, multiple teeth could also be lost to chronic periodontal disease or severe dental trauma. If you find yourself in a situation like this you should consider scheduling a dental restoration consultation with our , Dr. . Many cases of… Read more »

Unlock Your Smile with Toothache Treatments

In order to keep a smile safe, it is important to always make sure any infections are not allowed to rise within teeth. If an abscess occurs to a tooth, it means an infection is present which can leave your smile vulnerable to numerous other forms of dental damage including damaged pulps and the potential… Read more »

The Key to a Great Smile with Teenage Dentistry

The life of a teen can often be difficult, but seeing as how it is one of the most important phases of your life for your oral health care, it is a point to make sure you are practicing discretion with all your lifestyle habits to ensure your smile can continue to thrive for the… Read more »

Professional Teeth Cleanings & Exams

The time has come for your routine dental cleaning and exam appointment. Our dentist and team suggest that these appointments occur at least every six months. For the sake of your smile’s health, we urge that you do not put off or ignore these appointments. Professional Dental Cleaning When you come in for your dental… Read more »

Cheese: A Tooth-friendly Food

Did you know that the foods you consume can change the welfare of your teeth? It’s true! We’ve got some great news to share with you today: one of the world’s most beloved foods is on the list of foods okay to eat! Keep reading to find out extra about this oral superfood and how… Read more »

Focus Your Oral Health Care on Mouthwash

It is important to always keep your smile safe by removing plaque buildup and food debris that can linger in your mouth. By keeping your mouth clean, you can lower your risk for numerous oral health ailments. A highly effective treatment to consider beyond brushing and flossing is the use of mouthwash. Mouthwash can be… Read more »

A Dental Bridge Might Be Needed to Treat a Tooth Lost to Oral Trauma

Sometimes a serious sports injury or automotive collision can cause so much trauma that a badly damaged tooth needs to be extracted while more serious soft tissue wounds are treated. Once the serious injuries have been brought under control and you have the time to consider dental restoration, you should call to schedule an appointment… Read more »

The Details About How Fluoride Works

Do you ever wonder why your dentist, Dr. Glen Lockwood, recommends fluoride so often? Well, our dental team is happy to tell you why. Fluoride is a natural mineral that is found in the Earth’s crust. It has the ability to strengthen and nourish your teeth and help you have a top-notch smile. This is… Read more »

The Basics of Dental Care

Seeing your dentist twice a year is one of the foundations of maintaining a healthy mouth. But a successful smile depends on you, as well. Through a commitment to daily brushing and flossing, you can make certain that your teeth serve you well for years to come. Brushing is not the most difficult part of… Read more »