Treating Gum Disease

When plaque builds up on your teeth, it can create inflammation in your gums. That will cause them to pull away from your teeth, allowing plaque to build up below the gumline. This early stage of gum disease, while often painless can cause serious problems, including tooth loss and the loss of bone in your… Read more »

The Oral Health Care Guidebook to Dental Crowns and Dental Veneers

Is your smile suffering from dental damage? Have you had any cracks or splits in your teeth go unprotected for a while? If so, a dental crown may be required, or in other cases, a dental veneer can be used. In order to keep your oral health care at its best, consider the following benefits of… Read more »

TMJ Disorder Symptoms Can Help Determine the Best Mode of Treatment

The temporomandibular joints that hinge your jaw are relatively complex. They work in tandem with muscles, connective tissue, and cartilage structures to allow you to open your mouth, chew food, and make a wide range of facial expressions. TMJ disorder is a blanket term used to describe discomfort or dysfunction in the temporomandibular joints. The… Read more »

Swipe Away Bad Oral Hygiene with Laser Dentistry

Although the idea of using lasers in dentistry may seem like science fiction, the truth is that lasers have been in steady use within the dental industry for over 20 years. Treatments ranging from dental fillings all the way to professional tooth whitening systems can call upon lasers to assist in safe and effective treatments… Read more »

The Right Foods for Your Smile

Do you know what the right foods for your smile are? If not, don’t feel bad because we have a treat for you! Dr. Quinttus, Dr. Budde, and Dr. Sullivan at in , , have been dedicated to helping your smile stay in tip-top health, which is why we are here to offer you advice… Read more »

There Are Simple Habits to Adopt to Reduce Your Chances of Suffering Oral Emergencies

Dental trauma and oral injuries can be painful and costly to treat. While you can never fully prevent them from befalling you, there are several simple habits you can adopt to help reduce your chances of suffering a problem. The first step is to work on breaking bad habits like chewing on objects, crunching on… Read more »

What You Should Know About Your Oral Health

As you may have heard, there are a number of steps you’ll need to take if you’d like to keep your teeth healthy and strong. For example, you may be aware that you should floss and brush your teeth every day, but did you know that not everyone’s oral care should be exactly the same?… Read more »

There’s No Such Thing as Having Too Perfect of a Smile

Too much of a good thing can sometimes be bad, but that is not the case with smiles. They are the gift that just keeps giving and the brighter and whiter they are, the more warmly received they will be. There’s no such thing as having too perfect of a smile, so enhance yours today…. Read more »

Taking Fluoride Supplements After Receiving a Fluoride Treatment Can Maintain the Strength of Your Tooth Enamel

Strong tooth enamel is an important element of maintaining healthy teeth, and healthy teeth are an important element of maintaining a good oral health. If you struggle to maintain good oral hygiene and you also enjoy acidic foods and beverages on a frequent basis, it can weaken the microscopic mineral strength of your tooth enamel…. Read more »

Smoking and Your Oral Health: What You Should Know

You may know that smoking can have a negative effect on your health, but did you know that smoking can also negatively affect your oral health? While you probably know that using tobacco can yellow and stain your teeth, did you know that you may also experience other different issues? Conversely, would you be surprised… Read more »