Oral Health Keys: Teeth Whitening Treatments

In order to ensure your smile has the greatest chance of success, it is important to make sure you keep it safe from stains and discolorations. In fact, 96% of all adults believe an attractive smile makes a person more appealing. Thus, it is important to keep your smile bright... Read more »

Good Oral Hygiene Practices Are Essential for Maintaining Good Oral Health

Your daily oral hygiene routine, consisting of brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing once each evening, forms a solid foundation for reducing your chances of suffering problems with cavities and gum disease. It is designed to work in conjunction with your twice annual dental checkups with Drs. Holmes... Read more »

Dental Veneers Can Provide You With a More Attractive Smile

An unattractive smile rife with discolored tooth enamel, chipped teeth, noticeable dental fillings, and chronic dental stains can be socially embarrassing. Rather than living with this self-esteem dilemma or trying to hide your teeth in your facial expressions, you should consider scheduling an appointment with the cosmetic dentistry experts at... Read more »

The Power of Invisalign Technology

Invisalign is just what the name implies: it’s a practically invisible means for aligning your smile. This system uses advanced 3D computer imaging technology to demonstrate your entire treatment plan from beginning to end. Each aligner is designed to fit your bite and gradually reallocate your teeth. These amazing aligners... Read more »

What to Eat After a Tooth Extraction

If you, a child, sibling or spouse are preparing to have a tooth extraction, you will probably want to know what foods to eat and what foods to avoid for a few days. You may have already surmised that soft foods are a good choice, such as: Smoothies: Mixing fresh... Read more »

What Not to Do During Oral Surgery Recovery

Properly recovering is very important when it comes to restoring your oral health with oral surgery. In fact, if you don’t take the recovery process seriously after treatment, you could suffer consequences and additional smile-harming problems. So, it’s important to do all you can to recover by following the instructions... Read more »

What Is a Cracked Tooth?

There are many dental issues in the world today, and a cracked tooth is one of them. This problem oftentimes develops when you apply unnatural amounts of pressure to the tooth. As the pressure continues, it creates a small crack in the enamel. Then, as time goes on, the crack... Read more »

Oral Thrush: Prevention Tips

Oral thrush is a childhood nuisance that attacks the mouth. It’s caused by Candida albicans fungus, which is also known as a yeast infection, and it thrives on milk, which means this oral problem can develop during feeding time. To help you and your child prevent this oral issue, our... Read more »

Reduce Your Child’s Sugar Intake by Doing These Things

Sugar is a delicious substance, and it’s hard to avoid eating it, especially for children. However, if your child consumes high amounts of sugar, their smile could be in grave danger. Sugar promotes tooth decay development. So, to help your child have a cavity-free smile, our dentist, Dr. Nicole Holmes,... Read more »

Create an Improved Oral Health Identity with Dental Erosion

The outer layer on your teeth is a thin layer of protection known as the tooth enamel. However, as stout as it is, it can be damaged. When your enamel is eaten away slowly over time due to harmful acids and plaque buildup, it’s referred to as dental erosion. To... Read more »