3 Month Recare Procedure

Periodontal disease cannot be cured; it can only be controlled. That’s why we need to examine you every three months.


Health Watch: Perio and Brushing

You know the saying about an apple a day. Another simple way to prevent everything from bad breath to heart disease begins with the proper use of one of these, every day.


Homecare and Brushing

Proper tooth brushing involves five things: a soft toothbrush, toothpaste with fluoride, brushing long enough, the correct brushing action, and brushing at least twice a day.


Homecare and Cleaning Prosthetics

From braces to bridges to implants, most people have some kind of dental work. And no matter what you have, cleaning it regularly will help keep your mouth healthy.


Homecare and Disclosing Tablets

Using disclosing tablets is a good way to find the plaque that’s been left on your teeth after brushing and flossing.


Homecare and Flossing

People who floss every day are taking a significant step in keeping their teeth clean and healthy.


Homecare and Oral Irrigators

Cleaning your teeth and gums with an oral irrigator can be a great way to reduce the bacteria that cause tooth decay and gum disease and an oral irrigator makes it easier to clean around braces, bridgework, and implants.


Homecare and Perio Involvement

If you have gum pockets or lost bone around your teeth due to periodontal disease, regular brushing and flossing are not enough to remove the plaque from your teeth. Instead, it takes special instruments and techniques.


Homecare and Superfloss

To help you remove plaque around bridges, braces, and implants, we recommend Super Floss and floss threaders.


Homecare and the Electric Toothbrush

Electric toothbrushes do a good job of reducing stains, removing plaque, and disrupting the bacteria that cause tooth decay and gum disease.


Nutrition and Hygiene

Eating right needs to be a daily habit, just like brushing and flossing. Eating a balanced diet will help boost your body’s immune system, so you’ll be less vulnerable to oral disease.


Oral Piercing and Hygiene

Getting your lips or tongue pierced; procedure, precautions and problems.


Professional Care and Fluoride

One of the greatest breakthroughs in preventive dentistry is the use of fluoride.


Professional Care and Full Mouth Debridement

When heavy plaque and tartar deposits have built up on your teeth, we often recommend a procedure called full mouth debridement to remove them.


Professional Care and Hygienists

Registered dental hygienists are highly trained and licensed oral health professionals who specialize in providing you with clinical, therapeutic, and educational services to enhance your oral and overall health.


Professional Care and Prophylaxis

We recommend that you get a routine dental cleaning to remove plaque and tartar.


Professional Care and Sealants

Sealants are clear or white plastic coatings that are placed on the biting surfaces of back teeth to prevent tooth decay.


Professional Care and the Importance of Regular Exams

We recommend a checkup every six months, so we can prevent and identify a variety of oral health problems.


Scaling & Root Planing Procedure

The goal of scaling and root planing is to eliminate the source of periodontal infection.


Science in Dentistry: Fluoride

Today on Science in Dentistry, we’re going to take a look at fluoride. Many American cities add fluoride to their water supply for the prevention of tooth decay.


Smokeless Tobacco and Hygiene

Smokeless tobacco is not safe because, just like cigarettes, it contains addictive nicotine and dangerous chemicals.


Smoking and Perio

By now almost everyone knows that smoking has been linked to lung disease, cancer, and heart disease. But most people aren’t aware that smokers are much more likely to lose their teeth.


Soft Drinks and Hygiene

For many people, soft drinks are the beverage of choice. But, if you drink them all day long, you may not realize the damage you can be doing to your teeth.


Ultrasonic Scaling Procedure

Ultrasonic scaling is one of the most effective procedures for removing plaque and tartar.

Bad Breath, Bridges, Cavities, Cleanings, Crowns, Dentures, DIAGNOdent, Digital X-Ray, Dry Mouth, Extractions, Failing Fillings, Fillings, Fluoride, Gingivitis, Grinding/Clenching, Hygiene, Implants, Initial Visit, Invisalign, Partial Dentures, Periodontal Disease, Root Canals, Scaling, Sealants, Sensitivity, Soft Tissue Laser, Veneers, Whitening