Infant Oral Care

Do you have an infant? If so, there are many things you need to do to care for your infant, and cleaning and caring for their smile is one of them. Now, our dentist, Dr. Christopher McGonigle, and our dental team understand that might be a tough task if you’re not sure how to do… Read more »

Restorative Dentistry Options for Improving Your Smile

Did you know that you can improve your smile with restorative dentistry? Restorative dentistry is a branch of dentistry specifically designed to improve the structure of your smile. Most of these treatments improve the function of your teeth as well by default. Some restorative treatments improve broken or damaged teeth, while others are designed to… Read more »

Oral Health Treatments: Cold and Flu Season

Your oral health care should always be foremost on your mind if you are suffering from any kind of illness. Typically, illnesses arise in the mouth, so it is important to make sure your mouth is healthy first. If you suffer from a cold or the flu, continue brushing or flossing effectively every day. If… Read more »

Tooth Enamel Can Be Strengthened With Fluoride

The enamel on your teeth is made up of a dense matrix of microscopic crystals. This is what gives your teeth the strength to chew food, and protects your teeth from cavities. Inconsistencies in your daily oral hygiene regimen can allow plaque to build up in your mouth. When this plaque interacts with the acid… Read more »

Handling Halitosis

Are you aware that halitosis, also known as bad breath, could be an early indication of a greater problem, such as gum disease or periodontal disease? Problems with your sinuses, nasal passages, liver and kidneys can also contribute to bad breath. If you do not brush and floss on a daily basis, you put yourself… Read more »

Flossing Facts

Most of us remember to brush our teeth and use mouthwash one or more times a day. After all, we are conscious of the fact that other people will see our smile, and may accidentally get a whiff of the anchovy pizza we had for lunch. But unless someone tells us that we have a… Read more »

Your Oral Health as You Age

Are you aware that your age can affect your oral health? Well, it’s true! It doesn’t matter how old you are, you can still be subjected to tooth decay and other oral health problems. That is why, our team here at in , , is pleased to talk to you about how your age can… Read more »

Dental Health Boosters

What foods should you eat for healthy teeth? There are foods that are beneficial to your dental well-being, and that strengthen your teeth and gums. We want you to have the healthiest teeth possible, so we compiled a list of the foods that will give your teeth an extra boost when fighting bacteria and remaining… Read more »

Oral Cancer Needs to Be Found and Addressed Early

If you or a loved one ever had to endure cancer, then you know the sooner it is found the better it can be addressed. Oral cancer is serious and can be a threat to your health if not checked regularly. That is why, our team here at in , , offers screenings with every… Read more »

CEREC® Dental Crowns Can Be Used to Protect Broken Teeth

CEREC® dental crowns can be used to protect broken teeth. If you are in need of a dental crown treatment, try the spectacular benefits that CEREC dental crowns have to offer. CEREC dental crowns are highly customizable and can be ready to correct the look and function of damaged and broken teeth in as little… Read more »