Sleep Apnea Has Two Main Types

Sleep apnea is a condition that should be addressed. Oftentimes, people dismiss snoring and don’t take it seriously. As a result, people begin to suffer other medical conditions. Sleep apnea is necessary to recognize, so you can keep your body healthy and get better sleep. To help you understand more about this condition, our dentists… Read more »

How to Ease Your Dental Anxiety

Do you know how to ease your feelings of dental anxiety? Did you know there are things you can do to help feel calm while in the dental chair? Yes, it’s true! Dental anxiety can be maintained, which is why our dentists, Drs. Cleveland, Allmand, and Carlson with in , , are here to help… Read more »

A Tooth with a Distressed Dental Filling Might Require a Dental Crown Restoration

A small area of tooth decay or another physical defect in a tooth’s enamel layer can sometimes be addressed by installing a dental filling. This mode of treatment will essentially replace the compromised area with an alternate material. While it is intended to repair the tooth for many years, dental fillings can sometimes come loose…. Read more »

Simple Things That Can Boost Your Oral Hygiene Routine

According to the American Dental Association, a consistent daily oral hygiene routine is a critical component of maintaining good oral health. It involves thoroughly brushing your teeth each morning and night with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoridated toothpaste. It’s also important to remember to floss between each of your teeth and along the gumline at… Read more »

Three Common Tooth Whitening Options

Valentine’s Day is around the corner, and you might be considering brightening your healthy smile to look your best! Today’s blog is going to review some common dental bleaching options you have available to you. 1-Whitening strips and gels for teeth You can easily apply these on your teeth with a brush or a thin… Read more »

Dental Veneers Can Help Improve the General Appearance of Your Smile

The appearance of your teeth often plays an important role in your non-verbal communication and facial expressions. When the teeth that appear in your smile are marred by significant dental stains or other cosmetic imperfections it can cause you to guard or alter some of your facial expressions. Should you find yourself in a scenario… Read more »

Dental Implants and Osseointegration

Do you have missing teeth? Multiple missing teeth can cause lasting damage to your mouth, as the jaw bone tends to deteriorate and other teeth can slip and slide out of place. Although there are many different forms of tooth replacements, one of the most successful varieties is a dental implant. Implants can last a… Read more »

Take Care of Your Toothbrush in 2018

A new year, a new you, a new…toothbrush? Probably! Did you know you need to replace your toothbrush every 3-4 months? Here are some other things to remember as you care for your brush. The Right Brush: When you choose a new toothbrush, be sure to get one with the ADA Seal of Acceptance on… Read more »

Safe Holiday Treats For People With Braces

For people with braces, holiday foods can seem very limited. The good news is, they don’t have to be! There are still plenty of holiday foods you CAN eat. Here are some common foods that break braces, and some great coordinating options for a delightfully braces-friendly holiday. Popcorn: For most people, popcorn kernels getting caught… Read more »

Help Your Smile This New Year by Choosing a Dental Resolution

Do you wish you had a healthier smile? If so, now is the time to make a goal for yourself! As the new year quickly approaches, you can focus on making a dental resolution rather than the repeated resolution that never gets accomplished. Our dentist, Dr. , would like you to make a dental resolution… Read more »