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.
If you enjoy showing off a bright and brilliant smile to the people you meet, then proper brushing is a must for the future of your teeth. Brushing your teeth correctly can be a challenging process, however. Most of us learned our brushing habits when we were very small and have not adjusted them since then. At our dental practice,…Continue reading
Are you self-conscious about your smile? Crooked teeth or an overbite can make you hesitate to smile as often as you like or go out of your way to be friendly. It’s only natural, but if you’re like most people, the idea of braces with brackets and wires is just as bad. Fortunately, there’s a discrete way to fix orthodontic…Continue reading
One of the most serious dental issues associated with the stress and worry of the pandemic is the increase in damage to teeth caused by the grinding or clenching of the jaw during the night. Anxiety is a major factor that contributes to grinding your teeth. If you’ve noticed yourself grinding or clenching your teeth, it’s time to see a…Continue reading
What Are Dental Care Basics to Keep My Mouth Healthy? Maintain good oral hygiene habits, see your dentist as directed for exams and get your teeth professionally cleaned to maintain healthy teeth and gums. It’s a small price to pay for having teeth that help you chew and speak correctly. A healthy mouth is attractive and smiling frequently will boost…Continue reading
Will Your Smile Be Better with Dental Implants? If your smile has missing or damaged teeth, then dental implants can help to restore its beauty. According to statistics from the CDC, most adults under 64 have lost at least one permanent tooth and of those in the 65-and-older range, almost 20 percent are missing all of their teeth. Since good…Continue reading
If you or any member of your family is experiencing tenderness, redness or bleeding of the gums, these could be signs of gum disease. In its early stages, periodontal disease is known as gingivitis because it is an inflammation of the gingiva (gum tissue) that surrounds and supports your teeth. Knowing the warning signs of periodontal disease can help you…Continue reading
Dealing with a dental emergency can be stressful for you and your family. Finding the best ways to manage these situations often requires a trip to a clinic that offers emergency dental care near Flint. Emergency dental clinics specialize in providing fast relief from pain and immediate attention to injuries to the teeth and gums. If any member of your…Continue reading