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.
Everyone wants to have a happy and healthy smile. That’s why we brush our teeth and see our dentists regularly. However, while you may be brushing your teeth every day, you may not be doing it in the right way. Consistently brushing your teeth is a good thing, but if you’re using the wrong technique you aren’t going to fully…Continue reading
A surprising result of the coronavirus shutdown has been an increase in the incidence of cracked teeth, according to The New York Times. There’s also been an increase in the incidence of bruxism as more people work from home. Bruxism can contribute to a lack of sleep and poor posture as well as damage to your teeth and jaws. If…Continue reading
Unless you have a propensity for being toothless, understanding the basics of good oral hygiene is essential if you’re to keep your natural teeth throughout your lifetime. A healthy mouth is vital to a healthy body, so keeping your gums and teeth in good condition will help keep your physical body in good condition. Anytime that you have a disease…Continue reading
Will a Dental Implant Be a Good Choice for Me? If you’ve lost one or more teeth, regardless of whether the cause was disease or trauma, then implants can help to restore the aesthetics and functionality of your teeth. Statistics reported by the CDC show that more than half of adults from ages 20 to 64 are missing at least…Continue reading
What Causes Gingivitis and What Are Its Symptoms? Although there are other factors that may exacerbate its development, the primary cause of gingivitis is inadequate oral hygiene. Unfortunately, it is often asymptomatic, so you may have it for a while before you’re aware of it. However, if you notice minor bleeding when you brush or floss or if you have…Continue reading
Having a dental emergency in Bradenton can disrupt your life. It’s hard to concentrate on anything but your toothache pain. You don’t know what is wrong; sometimes it’s hard to even determine which tooth hurts. The only thing that helps is knowing that you can get treatment for a dental emergency soon. What Is Regarded As a Dental Emergency? If…Continue reading