If you’re looking for a cosmetic dental treatment that can deliver the smile of your dreams, dental veneers may be the solution for you. Check out our blog post to help you determine whether dental veneers are the perfect fit for your smile!
Dental implants are one of the most versatile, natural-looking, and long-lasting tooth replacement options. Even better? The recovery process is quite simple too! Check out our blog post for some things to expect and consider during the dental implant process.
It’s a common misconception that great dental care comes at a high price. The truth is that quality, affordable dental care is available and closer than you think. Check out our blog post for details!
Your teeth and gums need a little extra TLC as you age. But it’s possible to keep them healthy well into old age. Read our blog post for some tips to help you do so.
Even if you’re taking great care of your teeth with routine dental hygiene, you may have habits that are sabotaging your efforts. Some activities that we don’t think about can cause teeth to weaken, decay, break, or fall out completely! Read our blog post for a look at a few habits you should avoid if you want to keep your pearly whites.
Often times, we are so focused on our teeth that our gums don’t get the attention they deserve. The truth is, the health of your gums is just as important as the health of your teeth. Read our blog post to learn why.
Cavities, like many common dental conditions, can often be limited or completely avoided through preventive care. Read our blog post to learn about cavities and their affect on surrounding teeth.
If you’ve ever experienced a burning sensation while using mouthwash, that was because it contained alcohol. Read our blog post to find our which cleans better, alcohol or alcohol-free mouthwash.
Check out our blog post to learn about why adult teeth become loose, prevention tips, and treatment options. If your permanent tooth is loose, call us ASAP at 952-903-5000 so we can help protect your oral health!
If you experience sensitive teeth and pain due to hot and cold, check out our blog post for a few solutions to your dental discomfort. We want you to have a pain-free smile. Contact our expert team for additional treatment suggestions!