Great Dental Care Equals a Great Smile

By now you may have already seen the value of daily oral hygiene when it comes to maintaining a healthy mouth with strong teeth and gums. Brushing your teeth at least twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush combined with a fluoride toothpaste and flossing in between the teeth and... Read more »

Teeth Whitening – The Basics

A smile says a lot about a person. In fact, a smile is one of the first things people will notice about you when they meet you for the first time. So how do you get that kind of a smile? Well, that’s a question that a lot of other... Read more »

Handling Chipped Teeth

When you chip a tooth, it’s normal to be freaked out. After all, a chipped tooth really puts a dent in your smile. How do you handle a chipped tooth, immediately after you’ve chipped it and while you’re waiting to see a professional? That’s where we can help. We’ve seen... Read more »

Superstar Smile Makers: Aging and Dental Health Treatments

Are you taking effective steps to improve your oral health as you age? Are you constantly monitoring the status of your teeth and gums and visiting your dentist for routine checkups as needed? If you have not already done so, make sure you establish an effective aging dental health plan... Read more »

Oral Health Wonders: Root Canal Therapy

Are you familiar with the importance of a root canal therapy? If for any reason you have suffered damage to the inner workings of a tooth including damage to the pulp of a tooth whether by inflammation, disease, or infection, it may need to be removed. A failure to remove... Read more »

Behavior to Avoid During Swimming Season

Are you a swimmer? If so, your season is just starting. If you want a top-notch smile during swim season, then you need to keep your teeth and gums in mind. This is important because there are habits and behaviors that can affect your smile while you swim and compete.... Read more »

Are You a Tennis Player? Avoid These Behaviors for a Healthy Smile

Tennis is a great sport. It’s a sport full of technique, hard work and dedication. As you’re working hard this new season, our dentist, Dr. Sherif Gabr, encourages you to keep your smile in mind. Unfortunately, there are behaviors involved in the sport that can harm your teeth and gums.... Read more »

A Child Needs a Dental Checkup in Their First Year

The first year of your child’s life is a time of rapid and profound change. This includes the emergence of their first primary teeth. Teething and maintaining good oral health can be taxing and filled with questions. To answer these important concerns the American Dental Association recommends that your child... Read more »

Oral Health Viewpoint: Aging and Dental Health

In order to help with any issues that you have with an aging smile, it is important to take into consideration that your teeth will become weaker and more brittle as you age. However, this can be reversed or minimized if you take the necessary steps to strengthen your tooth... Read more »

Why Your Dentist Tells You to Brush Your Teeth

As you eat, drink and even talk, bacteria form and grow in your mouth without you ever seeing it. Food particles and other bacteria generate a sticky substance called plaque that sticks to your teeth. Over time, this plaque will eat away at your teeth a little at a time.... Read more »