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Opening Hours

<p style='font-weight: bold'>Mon, Tues & Thurs:</p><p>8:00 AM – 4:30 PM</p><p><b>Wed & Fri:</b> 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM</p><p><b>Sat & Sun:</b> Closed</p>

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Author: Kimberly Boyett

The Dangers of DIY Braces

These days YouTube has a video tutorial for everything: How to cook spaghetti, how to change a car tire, how to do the perfect squat……and how to make do-it-yourself braces at home. While the proliferation of online videos with helpful tips can foster a healthy pull-yourself-up-by-the-bootstraps attitude, a pull-your-teeth-up-by-the-braces approach to orthodontia is dangerous for […]

The Dangers of Teeth Grinding

We’ve all been caught up in situations so stressful or frustrating they make us grind our teeth. And the occasional gritting, clenching, gnashing, or grinding motion will not harm your mouth or jaw. But chronic bruxism (the medical term for grinding, gnashing, or clenching teeth) can cause permanent damage to your teeth and the structure […]

Waterpik Flossers: Pros and Cons

When it comes to regular flossing, we’re always looking for loopholes. Although we know flossing is an essential component of a good oral hygiene routine, in practice it can be messy, time-consuming, and sometimes even painful. String floss irritates sensitive gum lines and it is difficult to maneuver into the back corners of our mouths. […]

Gum Disease

Gum irritation can happen to the best of us and it usually does – most adults develop gingivitis (gum inflammation) at some point in their lives. But while mild forms of gum disease are treatable and preventable, their manifestations can be harmful and painful if left untreated. Let’s break down the key terms you need […]

Women in Dentistry

By the year 2020 women are poised to become the predominant faces in dentistry. [1] Today, female dentists make up nearly half of the field and that percentage is expected to increase in the upcoming years – as of 2013, 60% of young practicing dentists under the age of 44 were women. [1] And if […]