What to do if a Crown Falls Out

A crown essentially replaces the enamel of an otherwise damaged or decayed tooth. The crown and abutment anchoring it are intended to provide years of durable function. Unfortunately there are a few things that can cause a crown to come loose or fall out from time to time. If your crown is loose or has… Read more »

Most Cavities can be Repaired by Fillings

Bacteria in your mouth are encouraged to develop by excess food particles, residual sugars and plaque. Left unchecked it can compromise some of the surface enamel of your teeth. Brushing and flossing twice a day helps remove plaque before the bacteria can damage the enamel. Visiting your dentist twice a year for your routine dental… Read more »

Maintaining Denture Implants

Denture implants, also known as removable implant-supported tooth replacements, represent a serious investment in your long term oral health and functionality. Taking proper care of the implanted anchors and the dentures will insure that they last for many years to come. Just like natural teeth and dental implants with crowns, the abutment anchors will require… Read more »

How to Care for Your Smile after Your Tooth Has Been Pulled

After your tooth has been extracted, it is very important to take proper care of your smile. We understand that resting and caring for your teeth can be inconvenient and undesirable at times, but it is vital if you want to avoid complications and if you want to restore the health of your oral cavity…. Read more »