Do you Need an Implant or Crown?

Missing or damaged teeth cause a lot of problems, not only for your smile but for your oral health as well. Damaged teeth can become infected, quickly leading to a whole host of other problems. On top of that, you’re less likely to smile in social situations if you have... Read more »

Root Canal Treatment: The Way to a Restored Oral Health

You deserve a strong and healthy smile. Unfortunately, there are many things in this world that can attack and damage your teeth. When your teeth become severely impaired, root canal treatment is there to save the day. Typically, root canal treatment is necessary when a tooth is so damaged, decayed... Read more »

What Are the Benefits of a Dental Checkup?

If you’re curious to know why your dentists, Dr. Jared Condie and Dr. Brian Tuft, strongly recommend getting a dental checkup every six months, then you’re about to find out. Our dental team is more than happy to tell you all about the benefits involved in a dental checkup. There... Read more »

Choosing a Mouthwash

Although it is no substitute for brushing and flossing, using mouthwash is a great addition to your oral health care routine. Mouthwash can freshen breath and antiseptic mouthwash can help in cleaning your mouth. There are basically two types of mouthwash: cosmetic and therapeutic. Cosmetic mouthwashes have no medicinal value.... Read more »

Clean Your Tongue for a Healthy Mouth

You may not know it (and you may not want to know it), but your tongue is home to millions of bacteria. That bacteria can cause bad breath and other health problems for your mouth. It’s a not a very pretty picture. Fortunately, there is an easy way to fight... Read more »

What Is Causing Your Mouth to Feel Dry Constantly?

The causes of chronic dry mouth are numerous, but identifying the source of your dry mouth problems goes a long way in helping you to handle the situation. It’s important to treat dry mouth since insufficient saliva production can cause persistent bad breath and put your smile more at risk... Read more »

When Is It Time to Lose Your Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom teeth are the last of your molars that erupt in the very back of your smile, typically between the time of your late teens to mid twenties. Dental X-rays notify the dentist of the circumstances of your wisdom teeth, whether they need to be removed and when. The time... Read more »

Making Root Canals More Comfortable

What comes to mind when you read the words “root canal?” Do you believe they’re pain-inducing? That’s a common answer that we get. To correct some of the misconceptions surrounding root canal services, read this post. If you have any more queries, please be sure to call our office and... Read more »

Oral Health Keys: Oral Emergencies

As the holiday season comes around, it is important to make sure you are well protected against any oral accidents or injuries that can arise. Oral emergencies can easily damage your smile if you're not careful, so it is important to make sure you're taking every precaution necessary to not... Read more »

Tips on How to Clean Your Toothbrush

Are you interested in keeping your toothbrush clean and pristine? If so, our dentists, Drs. Condie and Tuft, have some tips for you. Now, little did you know, cleaning your toothbrush isn’t actually necessary. That’s right: Even though our mouths and bathrooms are covered with bacteria, it’s nothing to worry... Read more »