Learn more about preventative care

Learn more about preventative care

How does dental disease works? In order for dental disease to occur there must be a host (aka you), food, and bacteria. Without any one of the three, the disease process is not active. In addition, time also plays a factor in the process, as dental disease does not occur over night but is a result of the extended exposure to the harmful acids and byproducts of the entire host/food/bacteria relationship. So how do we treat dental disease? If we remove one of the three critical areas, tooth decay and or gum disease...

Read More

Keep your mouth healthy with frequent cleanings

Keep your mouth healthy with frequent cleanings

Rountine dental cleanings are recommended every 6 months for the majority of our patients and for those dealing with periodontal disease (Gum disease) it is ideal for cleanings every 3 months for the proper maintenance and control of the disease process. Why every 3 months? Well, periodontal disease is a chronic, noncurable bacterial infection that requires ongoing therapy. The magic number for when the harmful bacteria start colonizing the tooth surface is 12 weeks or 3 months. Therefore, with the proper...

Read More

Receive expert care from our staff of dental professionals

Receive expert care from our staff of dental professionals

Read More