Crowns vs. Implants

The world of restorative dentistry can be a confusing one. Without the proper information and help from our team here at , deciding what the best course of action for you and your smile is can be overwhelming. That’s why we recommend you do as much research as possible before visiting Dr. to decide what… Read more »

Dental Whitening Gel Can Whiten Moderately Stained Teeth

As you age it’s not uncommon for your teeth to lose their luster, or suffer from significant staining problems. Dr. can help you find the best option for whitening your smile. The depth and degree of staining will go a long way towards influencing the options recommends. Moderately stained teeth can often be whitened by… Read more »

Basic First Aid When Caring for a Broken Tooth

The enamel layer on your teeth is very hard. This is what allows you to bite and chew hard or tough foods. However, there are instances when you might suffer a bad fall, blow to the face or other accident that applies enough force to one of your teeth that it breaks, cracks or fractures…. Read more »

Your Temporary Crown Requires Basic Care

Dr. secured a hard plastic temporary crown over the abutment that will soon anchor your permanent crown in place. The temporary crown is intended to protect the abutment while you await completion of your permanent crown by the dental lab. You should keep in mind that your temporary crown does not restore the tooth’s ability… Read more »

Which Toothpaste is Right for my Child?

If you’ve raised a child, you probably know that simple tasks may be more complicated than you would normally expect. For instance, you probably know that getting your child to eat healthy food can be difficult. Fortunately, there are a few things you can try to help your children develop good habits. Similarly, you may… Read more »

Reasons for Your Sensitive Teeth

If you have sensitive teeth, you know why a tall glass of ice water or nice cup of tea might be terrifying thoughts. Having sensitive teeth can turn even the most innocuous culinary experience into something to be dreaded. So what causes sensitive teeth, and what can you do about it? First, let’s talk about… Read more »

A Severely Fractured Tooth Can Be Restored by a Crown

Your natural tooth enamel is made from densely packed microscopic mineral crystals, that makes the enamel layer of your teeth very strong. Unfortunately, sometimes a hard fall or a blow to the face can severely fracture a tooth. Even if the fracture is only limited to the enamel layer of the tooth, you will still… Read more »

What’s Causing Your TMJ Disorder?

Damage or misalignment in your lower jaw can have a major impact on the joints that attach your jaw to your skull (also known as temporomandibular joints or TMJ). When this happens, the joints become inflamed, causing pain and locking of the jaw. If you’ve developed the above symptoms, talk to Dr. Hildebrand and Dr…. Read more »

Repairing an Area of Tooth Decay with an Inlay or Onlay

Sometimes brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day simply isn’t enough to stop bacteria from forming a small cavity on one of your teeth. While your regular dental check up at [practice-name] will find any cavities, if you do notice a tooth that has recently developed change in texture, sharp edge of small hole… Read more »

What You Should Know About Dental Veneers

If you have a dull, cracked, or misaligned tooth, or any other imperfection in your smile, you may understand how uncomfortable smiling can be. It isn’t surprising then that Americans spend billions of dollars every year to enhance the appearance of their teeth. Still, do you ever wonder which cosmetic treatment could be better for… Read more »