Celebrate Our Dentists and Dental Assistants the Month of March!

March is the month for the dental community. Every year at this time, we honor National Dentist’s Day (March 6th) and Dental Assistants Recognition Week in the first full week in March (March 7-13, 2021). These days recognize and say thank you to our fellow dentists and dental assistants for helping people take great care of their teeth. Spring is... read more »

Don’t Let a Preventable Dental Emergency Sideline Your Oral Health

Winter is almost here, and sports activities can find a way to bring a dental emergency into your life during the busy holiday season. Whether you are skiing, snowboarding, ice skating, swimming, or surfing, accidents can happen. It can mean running into a tree while sledding, falling on your face at an ice skating rink, or knocking a tooth out... read more »

Healthy Dental Tips For the Spooky Season!

Halloween is lurking around the corner, but so is the coronavirus, making traditional Halloween parties trickier. This year, big parties and parades, creepy haunted houses, and gathering in crowds to trick-or-treat are off the table for many, or at the very least, downsized and held outdoors while social distancing. While the traditional ways of celebrating Halloween may look different this... read more »

National Gum Care Month Is a Good Reminder for You To Prevent Gum Disease

September is National Gum Care Month, so let’s talk about everything related to gums. This month is a good time to reflect on your dental health and commit to taking better care of your gums. Sometimes, we forget your gums help keep your teeth in their place and functioning at top capacity. When your gums are damaged, you risk losing... read more »

The Common Conundrum of a Cracked Tooth or Molar

There isn’t a worse feeling than confidently biting into an edible and cracking a tooth on something hard in the center. Have you done this before? Many people have, and it isn’t fun. The culprit could be a stray bone chip hiding in a processed chicken nugget, or the metal utensil you didn’t quite pull out in time. Accidents occur... read more »

Simple Tips to Help Prevent Dental Health Problems

Each of your teeth includes an outer layer of hard tooth enamel. The mineral density and structural integrity of this material play an important role in helping you break down food into pieces that can be safely swallowed as well as protecting the sensitive core structures of your teeth from pervasive oral bacteria. Maintaining strong and healthy teeth is important... read more »

Find the Answers You Need About Dental Veneers Here

It’s common to have questions about dental care. If you have questions about dental veneers, which is a cosmetic dental treatment that can help you and your smile, then our dentists, Drs. Gordon and Park, is more than happy to help you. It’s normal to have questions about things you don’t know much about. The more you know about dental... read more »