The Trauma of a Knocked-Out Tooth Calls for Quality Care

While it is rare, there are times when a severe oral accident or hard blow to the face can cause enough trauma to knock a tooth out of its socket. In these instances, the severity of the damage will largely influence the level of first-aid and treatment called for to manage pain and improve your… Read more »

New Year’s Resolutions

Are you making resolutions for the new year ahead of us? Many of us are seeking to put our best foot forward for positive change and healthier habits. If you are making resolutions, don’t forget your smile. A healthy smile not only helps your self-image, but benefits your general health and well-being as well. We agree… Read more »

How to Keep Soda from Destroying Your Teeth

Did you know that if you drink soda, your smile could be in grave danger? Well, it’s true! In fact, soda can cause many dental issues, like enamel erosion and tooth decay. These two dental issues can result in major complications, including tooth sensitivity and tooth extraction. So, it’s best to prevent enamel erosion and… Read more »

Filling Materials Are Determined by the Location and Appearance of a Cavity

A dental filling is commonly used by your dentists, Dr. Peacock, Dr. Ball, and Dr. Broadbent, to repair a modest-sized cavity that is located on the enamel layer of a tooth. Dental fillings in , , are artificial materials that are designed to replace the decayed enamel and restore the full function of the compromised… Read more »

How Can I Help My Child Like Visiting the Dentist?

It’s common for people to have dental anxiety, which typically makes them dislike going to the dentist. However, there are things you can do to help your child grow up feeling calm and comfortable in the dental chair. Those things are: -Bring them with you when you come in for your checkups. Seeing their parent… Read more »

Tooth Sensitivity Issues Can Be Improved by a Basic Fluoride Treatment

On a microscopic level, your tooth enamel is made up of microscopic mineral crystal structures. The density of these minerals is what enables your teeth to be strong enough to bite, chew and grind hard foods. Poor oral hygiene and high consumption of acidic foods and beverages can gradually erode the mineral density of your… Read more »

Oral Hygiene: The Four Reasons Why You Should Floss

If you want to maintain good oral health and a pristine smile, you need to remember to floss at least once a day. Flossing is vital for your teeth and gums, but do you ever wonder why? If so, our team is more than happy to help you! There are many reasons why flossing is… Read more »

Get Crowns in One Visit

The process of getting crowns is often a long one. Between the initial appointment, wearing the uncomfortable temporary crown, and waiting on the dental lab to create your custom-fitted crown, it can take several weeks. That’s why we decided to invest in CEREC® – it’s a revolutionary way to give patients crowns, and other ceramic… Read more »

The Different Types of Mouthguards that Can Protect Your Smile

Are you ever afraid of injuring or knocking out your teeth when you participate in contact sports and activities? If so, our team is happy to help you protect your smile while you are active! We strongly recommend wearing a high-quality mouthguard during any activity that has a high risk of hard, forceful objects hitting… Read more »

Advancements in Toothpaste

We all know that brushing your teeth twice a day is imperative for our oral health, but many people do not know how toothpaste came to be. Different forms of toothpastes have been around for thousands of years. Let’s explore the history and development of toothpaste together. Around 5000BC, the Egyptians started to use a… Read more »