We are committed to providing our patients with quality care and comfort.

Quality in all we do is our benchmark. Quality in communication with patients and each other. Quality in the level of care and dentistry we provide. Quality in how we perform oral exams, imaging, cleanings and all of our dental work. Quality is our commitment to you as we offer these resources. 

What can you do as a patient? Maintain daily oral wellness by flossing once a day and brushing at least twice a day. Keeping up your routine of oral wellness exams allows us to identify and solve dental issues like pain, swelling, and sensitivities before they become problematic.

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

What is obstructive sleep apnea? Obstructive sleep apnea is a sleep related breathing disorder in which the soft tissue at the back of the throat closes the airway so air cannot flow into the lungs. This airway blockage can reduce the amount of oxygen reaching the brain and the body. How do I know that [...]

Tooth Sensitivity

Tooth sensitivity occurs when the hard outer surface that protects our teeth grows thinner, or when gum recession occurs, exposing nerve endings. What causes tooth sensitivity? Tooth sensitivity can also be caused by acidic conditions in the mouth, usually from acidic, or sugary beverages. Acidic foods can also cause exposed nerve endings on tooth root [...]

Dry Mouth

Dry mouth can be more than just uncomfortable and aggravating. When it goes on over time, it can significantly increase your risk of developing tooth decay. What causes dry mouth? Dry mouth is caused when the body produces little to no saliva. It can be a symptom of a medical condition, or it may be [...]

Silver Diamine Fluoride

Silver Diamine Fluoride is an antimicrobial topical agent used to slow down or stop dental caries in both primary and permanent teeth. How does it work? Silver Diamine Fluoride is composed of two primary components: silver and fluoride. Silver acts as an antimicrobial agent that simultaneously strengthens the underlying protective layer of your teeth called [...]

Tooth Decay

Tooth decay, which is also called dental cavities, or dental caries, is the destruction of the outer surface (enamel) of a tooth. When the disease of tooth decay becomes established in someone’s mouth it becomes very important to interrupt the process that causes it. What causes tooth decay? Bacteria live in our mouths and build [...]