Unlock Your Smile with Risk Factor Prevention for Gum Disease

Are you aware of the risk factors for gum disease? Gum disease often occurs when infections of your gum tissues take place. In order to keep your smile safe, it is important to limit the effects of gum disease and have it treated as soon as possible. Furthermore, establish an... Read more »

Discover Your Smile with Root Canal Therapy

Keeping a tooth functioning even after removing a pulp is often a task for endodontists using root canal therapies. Through the use of a root canal therapy, it may be possible to save a tooth that otherwise would need to be extracted. Root canal therapies are often needed when pulps... Read more »

Dental Implants for a Fixed Solution to Missing Teeth

Missing teeth are never a fun thing to live with, and if you’ve wondered what you can do to restore not only your smile but your chewing abilities, we invite you to call your dentist for dental implants. This surgical component fuses with the bone of the jaw or skull... Read more »

Seasonal Foods and Sugary Foods

Like most of you, the holiday season is one of our favorite times of the year at Lifetime Dentistry. However, we usually see an increase in cavities growing around this season due to the increase in sugary foods and alcohols that people eat during their festivities. To help you keep... Read more »

All About the Dental Treatments Available

Dental care is great when it comes to restoring and even enhancing your teeth. Fortunately, there are many different treatments available that serve different purposes. This makes it possible for you to reach your oral health and smile goals. To help you know about these treatments, our dentist, Dr. Holly... Read more »

Sugar and Your Smile This Holiday Season

With the holidays close at hand, it is common to have a number of opportunities for sweet treats and acidic drinks (such as punch, fruit juice or cider, and alcohol). While these goodies can be fun on occasion, they can also be damaging to your teeth and gums. Sugar is... Read more »

Finding the Best Flossing Technique

No flossing technique is absolutely perfect. Humans are still learning better techniques and creating better products with each passing decade. Still, improving your technique is a worthy goal. Consider these dental tips for motivation and refinement of your flossing habit: - Dental floss is tremendously key to eliminate plaque and... Read more »

Preventing and Treating Dental Erosion

Do you know what dental erosion is? This occurs when your teeth when the acid in plaque wears down your tooth enamel, leading to decay and attrition. One of the biggest benefactors to the plaque that cause dental erosion is acidic food and beverages. Here are some practical ways to... Read more »

Oral Health ABCs: Dental Veneers

Are you ready for the upcoming holiday season? Have you prepared your oral health for the temptations that await during Thanksgiving and Halloween? Although it is important to do your best to care for your teeth and gums, we often fall victim to the times and find ourselves eating too... Read more »

Mouth Care for Busy People

It’s easy to let our lives get a little too busy for comfort. When this happens, little things start to slide. Oral hygiene, however, is no small thing! Here are some basics to remember as you keep up with basic mouth health habits. Brush: Remember to brush your teeth twice... Read more »