Oral Health Wonders: Dentures

It's best to make sure that if you ever have any lost or missing teeth, they are replaced immediately. The longer you leave missing teeth untreated, the greater your risk is for future oral health problems. To combat issues associated with lost or missing teeth, have dentures crafted to dramatically enhance your smile. Have you ever thought about having tooth... read more »

Dental Upgrades: Teenage Dentistry

Several oral health risks and peer pressure choices can often arise during the teen years. As a teenager, we often place a heavy emphasis on popularity and tend to look at ourselves as indestructible. However, it is at this very crucial period of time that the last of your permanent teeth grow in, and you will not be getting any... read more »

Oral Health Care Damage Control: Dental Crowns

Very few cosmetic dentistry procedures can say that they provide the same level of care as a dental crown. This is because dental crowns can often be used in situations where teeth are so severely damaged that all the restoration options outside of extracting the tooth completely cannot suffice. Furthermore, dental crowns have been known for saving many teeth that... read more »

Why Are Dental Cleanings Needed Every Six Months?

Your dentist, Dr. Clifford Morton, strongly recommends visiting our office for a dental checkup every six months. This is because dental checkups are vital for strong teeth and gums and a top-notch smile. This might be hard to believe, but it’s true. Your oral hygiene routine can’t completely care for your smile they way you need it to. To explain,... read more »

Oral Health Keys: Water Flossers

Are you ready for a clean smile without the use of traditional tools? If you should ever struggle with a toothbrush or dental floss, fear not, as there are numerous other utensils available that can effectively do the job. If you struggle with traditional dental floss and are looking for an alternative interdental cleaner, look no further than water flossers.... read more »

Take Care of Your Smile with Aging and Dental Health

Your teeth are covered with a thin layer known as the tooth enamel, and it is important to realize that your teeth will naturally age over time. This includes discoloration and further damage due to oral accidents and injuries. If you're struggling with oral health care routines in any way, it is essential to make sure you're brushing and flossing... read more »

Practice Discretion to Protect Your Smile this Halloween

If you are considering guzzling down sweets or treats this Halloween season, there are a few important facts to keep in mind. Your risks for tooth decay and dental erosion drastically increase during this time, so it is important to make sure you practice discretion before and after the holiday. Here are some tips to remember: - Chewy Candy: Avoid... read more »

The Little Things You Should Add to Your Oral Hygiene Routine

Do you brush and floss regularly as part of your oral hygiene routine? If so, good for you. You’re on your way toward the healthy teeth and gums you need. Did you know there are additional things you can do to improve the effectiveness of your routine? Well, it’s true, and our dentist, Dr. Clifford Morton, is more than happy... read more »

How Does Chewing Gum Protect Your Smile?

Did you know that chewing gum can protect your smile? Not only are there potential benefits from chewing gum including cleaning your mouth and brightening your smile, chewing gum, especially after meals, has been shown to have many oral health benefits, including fighting against cavities and heartburn. Sugarless gum has been known to protect smiles against the effects of heartburn.... read more »