Practical Oral Health Care: Mouth Guards

If you notice that your mouth is suffering from various underlying issues associated with oral health risks such as oral accidents and injuries, it is important to set up effective guards and defense mechanisms to soften blows that you may take. If strikes are coming to your face or if... Read more »

Keep Your Dentures in Tip-Top Shape

Do you know how to keep your dentures in tip-top shape? Did you know, dentures need proper care for them to last years? Yes, it’s true! Dentures are used to replace teeth lost to accidents or gum disease. In fact, dentures have been around for decades because they are successful... Read more »

Whitening Options for Improving Your Teeth

Did you know your smile is one of the first things people notice about you? Yes, it’s true! If you think about it, a smile can say a lot about a person. That is why people are turning to cosmetic dentistry now more than ever before. One of the most... Read more »

Handle Your Halitosis

Halitosis, also known as persistent bad breath, can be caused by poor oral hygiene or a warning sign of other problems like gum disease in your smile. If you have bad breath, then consider some treatments to overcome it, so you don’t have to be embarrassed about your halitosis anymore.... Read more »

Align Your Oral Health Care Goals With Root Canal Therapy

Are you aware of the risks associated with root canals? Root canal treatments are needed due to damage to a tooth that is caused by oral accidents or injuries, repeated dental procedures, deep cavities, or other forms of microscopic damage. If for any reason you have suffered damage to a... Read more »

Don’t Let Sour Breath Go Untreated

Does bad breath seem to be a constant factor in your life, to the point that it affects your self-confidence? We encourage you to take steps now to improve your smile with home remedies for bad breath, including: - Brushing and flossing your teeth: Bad breath often results from inconsistent... Read more »

Got a Broken Tooth? Here Are Your Treatment Options

If you have broken a tooth, you need to treat the situation like a dental emergency. However, there is no need to panic. Keep a cool head and manage the situation as much as possible. The first thing you should do is call our office and schedule an appointment with... Read more »

Night Grinding Could Cause a Dental Fracture

Stress and other conditions can cause some individuals to clench their jaw and grind their teeth while sleeping. Some people may also do so unconsciously while awake. In many of these cases, the extreme force applied to your teeth can lead to chips, dental fractures, and latent issues with the... Read more »

Tips for Applying Oral Trauma First-Aid

A blow to the mouth may significantly damage your oral tissues and teeth. In such a scenario, you might need to administer some basic first-aid while waiting for emergency care from one of our caring dentists, Dr. Macon Sapp or Dr. Baxter Sapp. If you have dried blood on your lip,... Read more »

Severe Dental Attrition Might Require a Dental Crown Restoration

As the years go by minor deviations can develop in the alignment of your teeth. This can cause the biting edge of one tooth to wear on the lingual surface of another. This can gradually start to affect the structural integrity of the localized tooth enamel. It might also cause... Read more »