Whitening Toothpaste Can Help Reduce the Appearance of Minor Dental Stains

If you frequently enjoy dark beverages like coffee, tea, and cola, or you use tobacco products, you will likely notice a gradual change in the appearance of your teeth. As minor dental stains start to develop, they can slowly start to saturate deeper and deeper into your tooth enamel. Over... Read more »

Oral Hygiene: The Steps of Your Morning and Night Routine

Do you ever wonder if you’re properly cleaning your smile every morning and night? If so, our dentist, Dr. F. Todd Wortham & Seth Jorgensen, is more than happy to help you. It’s very important that you have the best oral hygiene routine possible. Oral hygiene helps you have a... Read more »

A Dental Checkup Is Critical for the Prevention of Oral Health Problems

Oral Health maladies like gum disease, cavity, and oral cancer are a serious concern throughout the American population. To help address and prevent these problems the American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth each morning and night as well as making a conscious effort to thoroughly floss at... Read more »

ClearCorrect For a Gorgeous Smile

Are you self-conscious because of crooked or misaligned teeth but are hesitant to fill your mouth with metal wires and brackets? If so, we are thrilled to offer ClearCorrect, which is a discreet and cosmetic orthodontic treatment that does not require a metal appliance to transform your smile. The ClearCorrect... Read more »

Improve Your Smile with Tooth Hazard Prevention

  It is important to be prepared for tooth hazards in order to have a wonderful smile. The more you do to protect your smile; the lower your risk will be for dental damage or oral accidents that can occur. Because tooth hazards can take on many forms, it is... Read more »

The Second Visit for Dental Crowns

Did you know that when you’re fitted for a crown, it normally takes two visits? Dental crowns need to be very tough, so developing them takes some time. Learn more about the second visit associated with crowns by reading on. After your primary fitting visit, we will send out your... Read more »

How to Care for Your Smile During Hockey Season

Are you a hockey player? If so, you’re probably working hard dribbling the puck, skating as fast as you can, and scoring as many goals as possible. In addition to all of these things, you also need to care for your smile. This is because hockey can damage your teeth... Read more »

Protect Your Teeth: Substitutions for the Sugary Drinks You Enjoy

The foods and drinks you consume can harm your teeth and gums. On top of that list is sweetened drinks. Their sugary content feeds the harmful oral bacteria in your mouth which gets their energy from the sugar. As that happens, the bacteria create acids that attack your pearly whites,... Read more »

On Cavity Prevention

Protecting your teeth from cavities starts with daily oral hygiene and healthy eating habits. Here are some further details on how you can prevent cavities for a lifelong healthy mouth: - You can floss between your teeth to remove any plaque buildup or food residue that brushing simply can’t reach.... Read more »

The Oral Health Care Compendium to Bone Grafting

The American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, also known as AAOMS, highly recommends the use of bone grafts in situations where a person's jawbone is too weak or too frail to successfully hold a dental implant in place. Typically, bone graft procedures will remove a section of bone from... Read more »