We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
There are many reasons people don’t brush their teeth twice a day like the American Dental Association recommends. Sometimes, young adults have good, strong white teeth and don’t see the need to brush like they should. They don’t understand the risks of not brushing regularly. Maybe they never learned, or they forgot. Unfortunately, their poor habits often catch up with…Continue reading
A beautiful smile is the perfect accessory to any outfit, but if you’re ashamed of your smile, then you may never feel your best. Misaligned and crooked teeth can adversely affect everyone, so if your teeth need to be straighter or more even, then Invisalign may work well for you. Invisalign is a method for achieving straight, even teeth without…Continue reading
If you feel as though you’ve lost your zest for life and you’re constantly exhausted, moody, irritable, and can’t think straight, then you may have sleep apnea. Although many people aren’t aware of this sleep disorder, it affects more than 22 million Americans and can affect anyone at any age, even children. What Types of Sleep Apnea Are Common? There…Continue reading
Stress and anxiety are common reactions during the coronavirus pandemic. People worry about the economy, unemployment, their health and uncertainty about the future. College students worry about their scholarships as universities and colleges suspend classes. Other people have a hard time dealing with isolation. Sometimes. when people are anxious, they grind their teeth in their sleep without realizing it. National…Continue reading
If you and your family need help in managing your dental care in Florida, our dental practice offers comprehensive help in addressing basic dental hygiene requirements in your home and in our office. We can help you get back on the right track in caring for your teeth and gums. Even if it has been a while since your last…Continue reading
Are Dental Implants Right for You? If you have missing or broken teeth, you may feel embarrassed and avoid social interactions with others. Dental implants are a proven solution for these issues. By removing broken or decayed teeth and filling the gaps with dental implants, you can enjoy an attractive smile. Your new artificial teeth can also make it easier…Continue reading
Gum inflammation (gingivitis) is common; many people develop it at some point in their lives. If you notice that your gums are red and swollen, or they are bleeding when you brush your teeth, contact our dental practice today. Bleeding gums are not normal, but about 50 percent of adults over age 30 have them, according to the National Institutes…Continue reading
What Qualifies as a Dental Emergency in Florida? There’s a very wide range of oral health issues that can be considered a dental emergency. Most oral health professionals recommend seeing an emergency dentist if you’re feeling severe pain that’s affecting your ability to sleep or perform everyday activities and isn’t relieved by over-the-counter pain medicine. Another emergency situation is when…Continue reading
6 DIY Teeth Whitening Hacks That Could Be Harming Your Teeth—and the Solution That Will Leave You Smiling
6 DIY Teeth Whitening Hacks That Could Be Harming Your Teeth—and the Solution That Will Leave You Smiling Why Seeing a Dentist for a Professional Teeth Whitening Is Always the Right Choice When it comes to your dental health, you should always trust a dentist over a DIY teeth-whitening article you found on Pinterest. Your dentist knows you and your…Continue reading
Are you grinding your teeth at night? Teeth grinding, also called bruxism, is a common problem that can affect adults and children at any age. Symptoms usually occur at night while you sleep. Rhythmic contractions of your jaw muscles cause your teeth to be held tightly together. You may even experience symptoms when you’re awake. Unconscious clenching of the teeth…Continue reading