The time has come to buy more toothpaste. You may be intimidated by this chore. With so many types of toothpastes available, how do you know which is the right choice? Generally speaking, choose a toothpaste with the ADA seal. Beyond that, pick the type of toothpaste that meets your specific needs or those of… Read more »
It is true that your dentist is concerned with the health of our teeth and mouth. However, your mouth is part of the much larger system of your body, and your oral health and overall health are very closely connected. For that reason, you should talk with your dentist about any prescriptions, vitamins or supplements… Read more »
Though you may feel that your chompers are invincible multitools that can achieve any task, we beg to differ. At , we’ve seen enough patients know that using your chompers for anything other than grinding food can result in hurt or lost teeth and dental emergencies. Pay attention for the following things and shield your… Read more »
Regrettably, we all get dental cavities, regardless of our age. If you have your original chompers, you may develop cavities. When bacteria stay on your chompers for too much time, acid develops and breaks away at your protective layers of teeth to create cavities. Fortunately, there are some methods to lower your likelihood of developing… Read more »
There are many things that can harm your smile, and tartar is one of them. Tartar is a toxic substance that threatens your teeth and gums and promotes gum disease. It’s best to keep tartar away from your smile as much as possible, and Dr. and our dental team are happy to help you do… Read more »
We all want our children’s smiles to be healthy. It is important to remember that a healthy smile doesn’t just depend on how we clean it, rather, health starts with what we feed it! Here are some kid approved, tooth-healthy foods to help your child maintain a healthy smile for life. Dairy: Dairy products, such… Read more »
Are you suffering from missing teeth? If so, the gaps should be filled in to avoid further damage to your teeth and gums. If you have any missing teeth, there are three standard tooth treatments: dentures, bridges, and implants. Dentures are a very familiar form of tooth replacement. They are removable and come in two… Read more »
As a teen, you might be self-conscious about many things. Your smile doesn’t have to be one of them. If you take diligent care of your oral health, then you’ll be on the right track toward the beautiful smile you deserve. To help you keep your oral health in tip-top shape, encourages you to practice… Read more »
The American Dental Association recommends brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing once each day. This is intended to thoroughly remove all traces of plaque and stray food from your teeth to reduce your chances of suffering tooth decay or periodontal disease. The most common form of toothpaste includes mild abrasive additives and trace… Read more »
Are you about to treat a cavity with an amalgam filling? If so, good for you! You’re on your way toward a strong and healthy smile once again. To help you know what to expect during your appointment at , Dr. and our dental team would like to share the steps that are typically involved… Read more »
Dr. Grant R. Young can enhance and restore the beauty of your pearly whites when he provides you with cosmetic dentistry.
We can protect the health of your mouth when we treat damaged teeth and fight dental diseases with oral surgery services.
If you have experienced tooth loss, our dentist may recommend a dental bridge, dentures, or partials to restore your smile.
If you experience anxiety whenever you visit a dental office, then call us to learn about the benefits of sedation dentistry.