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.
Most people learned to brush their teeth in early childhood and have not thought much about this process since then. In fact, brushing your teeth properly is one of the best things you can do to protect your teeth and gums from serious issues. Understanding how to brush can help you to remove more of the materials that can cause…Continue reading
If you suffer from orthodontic problems such as misaligned or crooked teeth, you’ve probably found yourself hiding your smile from the world. If you’re looking to improve the look and function of your smile but want to avoid unsightly treatment options such as traditional metal braces, you may be interested in an innovative method of treatment known as Invisalign. Can…Continue reading
Stress and worry can contribute to the practice of clenching or grinding your teeth. Research has indicated that this may be one of the causes for an increase in cracked or damaged teeth caused by stress about the financial and potential medical effects of the current pandemic. Finding the most practical ways to prevent damage to your teeth can help…Continue reading
What Are Dental Care Basics? Adults need to practice dental care basics since they are just as vulnerable as children to experience dental problems. A good home care routine is the best thing you can do to keep your mouth healthy, along with scheduling regular dental checkups and professional cleanings. None of the teeth replacement options look and feel as…Continue reading
Who Is a Good Candidate for Dental Implants? If you’re among the millions of adults who are missing one tooth, or possibly all of your teeth, then dental implants may be the solution for you. According to the CDC, more than half of adults who are younger than 65 are missing at least one permanent tooth, and almost 20 percent…Continue reading
What Causes Gingivitis and Are There Any Symptoms of It? If you’ve noticed some minor bleeding after you brush and floss or if you’ve been informed that your breath isn’t pleasing, then you may have gingivitis. These are two of the warning signs of the disease, so you might want to schedule a dental appointment so that the disease doesn’t…Continue reading
You can have a dental emergency in Palm Coast at any time, but a sudden, severe toothache or breaking a tooth will usually come at the most inconvenient times. We’ve seen patients who have a dental emergency the day before their wedding or big job interview. It is frightening if you don’t know what to do in an emergency, but we…Continue reading
If you’re not happy with the appearance or function of your teeth, then dental crowns may be the restorative relief you need. See how dental crowns can work wonders for your smile. Why Dentists Recommend Dental Crowns Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps that cover damaged or decayed teeth to restore their beauty, shape, and strength. They are often recommended over…Continue reading
You no longer have to suffer and struggle with missing teeth because dental implants can save the look and health of your smile. See if they’re right for you. The Value of a Dental Implant Today, dental implants are a proven and popular option for secure tooth replacement. They are artificial tooth roots that get embedded deep in the jaw…Continue reading
Dentists refer to bad breath as halitosis. But regardless of its name, it’s a challenging condition for millions of people. Luckily, bad breath is easy to treat, and even prevent, with a few simple steps. How Oral Hygiene Habits Affect Your Breath Family dentistry experts warn that the quality of oral hygiene corresponds to your breath. The better your habits,…Continue reading