We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Why Is Dental Care Important? Dental care, including your at-home regimen and care at the dentist’s office is important to your overall health. Research suggests people who enjoy good dental health also have good overall health. Poor dental health increases your risk of certain diseases. Maintaining good oral health habits is also important for chewing food well, speaking clearly and…Continue reading
Will Dental Implants Be the Best Choice for Me? If you’re one of the millions of adults who’s missing at least one tooth, then a dental implant might be a good choice for you. According to the CDC, almost 20 percent of adults over 65 have lost all of their teeth, and as many as two-thirds of those under 65…Continue reading
What Causes Periodontal Disease and What Are Its Symptoms? Whether you’ve noticed minor bleeding when you brush or floss or you’re experiencing bad breath more frequently, you may be experiencing the signs of gum disease. It is, unfortunately, very common among adults. The incidence increases with age and it’s more common in men than in women. The CDC reports that…Continue reading
We Offer State-of-the-Art Emergency Services for Dental Pain and Injuries at Our Walk-in Dental Clinic
Dental emergencies are often painful, inconvenient, and an unexpected financial burden. Regardless of the type of dental emergency, it is important to see an emergency dentist as quickly as possible to get relief from your pain and to prevent tooth loss or other serious complications. Our highly skilled dentists offer affordable, state-of-the-art emergency dental care near South Bend. Why Go to…Continue reading
Although your baby probably won’t get his teeth until he is about six months old, you should start cleaning his gums soon after he’s born. Pediatric dentists recommend making an initial dental care appointment before your baby’s first birthday; this will ensure that his teeth and gums are healthy and developing normally. During the first year of his life, your…Continue reading
Is your smile as white as it should be? Many people dream of having a whiter smile, and it’s not an impossible goal. You and your dentist can work together on making your smile healthy and bright. Here are five great tips to help you get started. 1. Limit Stain-Causing Beverages If your drink can stain a white shirt, it…Continue reading
When you want to improve the appearance or function of your teeth, your three treatment choices are cosmetic dentistry veneers, cosmetic dentistry bonding, or dental crowns. If you want to improve both a tooth’s appearance and function, then dental crowns will usually be the best choice for you. The Beauty of Porcelain Dental Crowns Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps that…Continue reading
When you’re missing a tooth, you have a few different tooth replacement options, such as a bridge, dentures, or dental implants. If you choose to restore your smile with a dental implant, discover expert tips to ensure a healthy and rapid recovery. The Primary Procedures After you’ve selected a dental implant as your tooth replacement treatment, your dentist will need…Continue reading
Missing teeth cause an unsightly gap in your smile. Fortunately, your local dentist can fix the problem. After evaluating your teeth and general dental condition, he or she can recommend the best way to restore your grin to its former glory. While dental implants are often considered the ideal choice, they’re not the best option for everyone’s budget, and they…Continue reading
If your kids have healthy, happy smiles, you probably want to do everything you can to ensure that they keep them. Although human teeth are designed to last a lifetime, many dental problems affect children and teens as they grow up. Frequent visits to a qualified dentist can prevent most of these problems from advancing to more serious conditions like…Continue reading