COVID-19 Emergency Availability: Per Executive Order of the Governor we are available to treat your dental emergencies at this time. Please call the office and speak to our staff during normal business hours and we will arrange to see you as is appropriate. After hours emergency care (pain/bleeding/swelling/trauma) is available as usual.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

How often do I need to visit the dentist?
While there are many notions swirling around, it is recommended that you visit the dentist for a regular hygiene visit twice a year, or every six months. If you have a history of gum disease or other problems, your dentist may recommend more frequent visits.
How safe are X-rays?
Dental X-rays are very safe. The amount of radiation that a dental x-ray produces is the same as a cross country airplane ride, coming in at only 0.5 millirems.
What actually is a cavity?
A cavity is simply a small recess or hour in your tooth as a result of tooth decay. Decay eats away at your tooth over time and impacts the bone structure of your tooth.
Do I Need to Floss?
There’s no getting around the need to floss. Food and plaque make their way in-between your teeth and lodge its self under your gumline. The only way to disrupt the growth of bacteria in these areas is through flossing.
How will I know I need emergency attention?

If you are experiencing any of the following issues, you should consider scheduling a visit with us as soon as possible.

- Swollen face or Gums
- Severe tooth sensitivity
- Chipped or bleeding tooth
- Mouth sores that make normal eating hard
- Redness of the face near your jaw

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