The Importance of Cavity Resistance

Resisting cavities is the best way to keep your oral health in happy and healthy condition. Cavities are the downfall of your oral health if you do not treat them. In fact, cavities can lead to a host of problems when left ignored, which is why it is essential to take care of them as… Read more »

The Basics: Toothaches

Several oral health risks can seem minimal in nature and difficult to detect but can get worse and worse over time. One of these issues is a toothache, which is an abscessed tooth that has an infection. If for any reason you are suffering from a toothache regardless of the cause, it will need to… Read more »

Let’s Learn About Laughing Gas

Probably the most popular and trusted form of dental sedation of all time is nitrous oxide, better known as laughing gas. Its discovery was just prior to the signing of the declaration of independence (1776) and it was experimented with and has been used for anesthetic purposes, among other things, ever since. Medical use of… Read more »

Tooth-Saving Dental X-Ray Functions

Our dentist and team use dental X-rays to achieve a clear and highly accurate portrayal of your oral health when you visit our office. Dental X-rays enable us to better understand the needs of your dental health so that we can offer the appropriate dental care. We use dental X-rays to perform many kinds of… Read more »

Dental Miracle Makers: Brushing and Flossing

The best smiles are built on the back of oral hygiene. If you improve your oral hygiene habits, you can drastically improve the health of your smile. To keep your smile clean, it is important to always have it rinsed out so that all debris and plaque buildup are eradicated. The two best methods to… Read more »

Oral Health Advisory: Dry Mouth

An oral health condition that often arises but goes untreated is known as dry mouth. Dry mouth is not seen so much as a disease but rather a disorder in which your mouth is not producing enough saliva. If you do have an adequate saliva flow, dry mouth, also referred to as xerostomia, can be… Read more »

Make the Prevention of Gum Recession a Priority

Gum recession is both uncomfortable and dangerous to your oral health. It can negatively affect the appearance of your smile and lower the quality of your teeth and gums. We encourage you to prioritize the prevention of gum recession by following these steps: – Maintain a daily oral hygiene that includes effective practices such as… Read more »

The Smile Goals You Should Make This Year

You deserve a top-notch smile and oral health. Did you know you could achieve that goal this year? Well, it’s true! The first step you should take is scheduling an appointment with your dentist, Dr. Bruce Brumm, and treating any problems that need fixing. The second step you should take is making one or more… Read more »

A Dental Bridge Supported by Dental Implants Can Often Replace Multiple Missing Teeth

Losing multiple teeth in one area of your mouth can significantly impair your ability to bite, chew, or grind food effectively. This can also impair your ability to safely swallow the foods you eat.   If the teeth were originally located in the front of your mouth, you might also have impaired clarity of speech… Read more »

Unique Insight on Dental Anxiety Treatments

  If you have issues and fears associated with dental anxiety, do not fret, as it can be treated. Even though dental anxiety is often linked to stresses and anxieties associated with your dentist or dentist office, it may be possible to help treat your concerns while you’re at home. In addition, numerous treatments are… Read more »