A Tooth Suffering from a Severely Infected Root Might Be Treated With a Dental Bridge

When a large cavity goes without professional treatment by dentists like Dr. Denison and Dr. Allen, the complications can be uncomfortable. As time goes by, the tooth decay could penetrate deep into the root of the tooth. As this happens, you might experience heightened sensitivity and increasing toothache pain. Drs. Denison and Allen might be… Read more »

The Connection Between Sedation Dentistry and Dental Anxiety

The connection between dental anxiety and sedation dentistry is well documented and has come a long way. Sedatives in dentistry are highly effective at helping calm patients with dental anxiety, allowing all manner of dental services to be adequately and effectively administered to the patient. With sedation dentistry, it is possible for a patient to… Read more »

A Severe Dental Fracture Might Require a Total Extraction and Bridge Restoration

While it’s rare, there are times when a hard blow to the face from a sports injury or an unexpected accident can cause a severe dental fracture. If the tooth was broken in half, shattered or breaks off at the gum line, it might not be viable for treatment with a root canal. In a… Read more »

Where Can I Get Fluoride?

As you may already know, fluoride is a natural and beneficial mineral that can strengthen and nourish your teeth, giving them the ability to fight many dental issues, like tooth decay and enamel erosion. However, what you might not know is how to access fluoride. Well, to help you, Dr. and our dental team would… Read more »

What You Should Know About Dental Sealants

Do you make a point of brushing and flossing regularly? Do you schedule appointments with our dentist once every six months? Do you do these things for your children as well? Do you still wonder if there could be anything else you should consider doing? If so, there are a number of things you can… Read more »

A Dental Avulsion Requires Quality First Aid While Seeking Professional Care

Oral trauma can come in many forms. One of the most grievous is when a blow to the face causes a dental avulsion. This is when a tooth is knocked from the socket or broken off at the gumline. Dental trauma of this magnitude requires immediate first aid while you seek professional care at …. Read more »

Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Veneers

If you are looking to restore your mouth and jaw to a more natural look after tooth loss, dentures can help. Not only will dentures fill in the loose gap, but they will also improve the appearance of your face and smile. Dentures are a wonderful solution for anyone who has suffered the effects of… Read more »

A Minor Dental Fracture Still Needs Professional Treatment

Chips and minor dental fractures from mundane sources, like biting your nails, nibbling on pens, or using your teeth as tools, rarely cause significant damage. Most of the time the damage is limited to the shallow layers of the tooth enamel and they don’t cause significant sensitivity. However, you shouldn’t let the lack of discomfort… Read more »

Is Your Lack of Sleep the Result of Bruxism?

Do you have a hard time sleeping at night because you constantly wake up in the night? Have you been told you snore loudly or have you been diagnosed with sleep apnea? The truth is that an underlying cause in your mouth may be at fault. For instance, bruxism is a condition caused by grinding… Read more »

Top Tips for Taking Care of Your Toothbrush

Have you been practicing superb oral health care habits including brushing your teeth at least twice daily? However, the key to brushing your teeth lies not only in your brushing habits but also in your decisions regarding your toothbrush. If your daily oral care is not the best it can be, your oral health success… Read more »