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Tips To Choose The Perfect Dental Home

People are all unique. We all have different needs, wants and values. When it comes to the dentist, you should be selective and confident in who you choose to care for your smile and your family’s smile. At the Dental Store we want to make sure we fulfill your requirements for your dental home. For…

Advantages Of A Crown

We all want healthy, well functioning beautiful teeth. However, many patients are dealing with severely chipped or worn teeth, fractured teeth, teeth with large cavities, discolored and misshapen teeth. A dental crown is the best option to repair teeth to their natural appearance and function. Crowns are custom made and aesthetically pleasing to give you…

Why Use A Waterpik?

“Are you flossing?” — This is the dreaded question that comes up twice a year while you’re lying on your head with your mouth open and at the mercy of your dental hygienist. What do you do? Lie or tell the truth? Or maybe you answer with, “I use my Waterpik everyday.” Waterpiks have become…

Myths About Root Canals

Nobody wants to get the news, “Looks like you need a root canal.” We have all heard the horror stories of infection, pain and the agony of sitting through a root canal. But how much of those horror stories is actually true? The fact is a root canal is practically painless and it is a…

Give The Gift Of Whitening

Everyone wants a beautiful smile, especially around the Holidays. Almost half of dental patients say they would like their teeth to be whiter. The problem is, most people do not want to spend the extra money on themselves. So they put it off and add it to their “someday” list. Why not give the perfect…

November: Diabetes Awareness Month

Did You Know? People with diabetes are three to four times more likely to develop periodontal disease. Periodontal disease is a bacterial infection of the gums, ligaments and bone that support your teeth and hold them in the jaw. More than 20 million adults and children are affected by diabetes in the United States.  It…

Dentures or Implants? Why not both?

Teeth provide both function and aesthetics. We need our teeth to talk properly and to be able to chew our food to maintain a healthy diet. They are also important to our looks and first impressions. People who smile often are happier, less stressed and appear younger in age. (Yes! Just from smiling!) But what…

Are Dental X-rays Safe?

X-rays (radiographs) are a vital part of your dental visit. They are images of your teeth, used to evaluate bone level, decay and impacted teeth. They can even show cysts and be used to diagnose cancer in your jaw bone. Digital technology has improved the quality of images and has reduced the amount of radiation…

Halloween Without The Treats?

Okay, so we’re not telling you to skip the treats altogether. But parents and neighbors are hoping for a change this Halloween. And we think the kids will like the idea too. There are numerous reasons why people are searching for a better option: food allergies, childhood obesity, dye sensitivities, tooth decay and orthodontics. Not…

6 Tips To Keep Tiny Teeth Healthy

Milestones are major achievements for babies and toddlers. Getting their first tooth around six months should be a time to pull out your camera and take some photos but what’s next? How do you clean their teeth? Are baby teeth even important? Most parents are unaware how to care for their baby and toddlers teeth….