Brushing Your Teeth Twice Each Day Is Essential for Cavity Prevention

The American Dental Association advises everyone to brush their teeth every morning and night with a soft-bristled toothbrush and a fluoride toothpaste. You should also floss at least once a day to remove food particles and bacteria. The fluoride in your toothpaste is especially helpful for maintaining the mineral strength... Read more »

Oral Health Advantages: Storing Your Toothbrush

Caring for your toothbrush often depends on a myriad of factors. Always take the time to assess your oral health and everything you can do to enhance your toothbrush care. This includes where you store your toothbrush, how you store your toothbrush, and what contamination prevention methods you are employing.... Read more »

Dentistry Blog for Beginners: Dental Bonding

One specialized field of dentistry, known as cosmetic dentistry, features procedures that can dramatically enhance the look of your teeth. Furthermore, most of these procedures can also help restore functions to teeth as well. If you have suffered any surface damage to teeth, or have any irregularities around them out... Read more »

Why You Should Brighten Your Smile With In-Office Teeth Whitening

Are you considering brightening your smile with in-office teeth whitening? If so, our dentists Dr. Flores, Dr. Kelley, Dr. Gosnell, and Dr. Turner, are happy to tell you why that’s a great option for achieving the smile you want. There are many benefits to in-office teeth whitening, like: -In-office teeth... Read more »

Shed Some Light on Cavity Prevention Treatments

To keep your smile safe to last for the rest of your life, it is important to make sure you're taking the necessary cavity prevention plans and employing them properly. Due to the fact harmful acids can lead to dental erosion, always keep your smile clean and remove any food... Read more »

Six Tips to Follow for a Healthy Smile

Your smile is as important to us as it is for you, and we are pleased to offer six tips to help you keep your smile in good shape.   Visit your dentist regularly. You should always follow the advice of your dentist about how often to visit the dental... Read more »

How You Can Avoid Tooth Loss as You Age

If you treat your smile right, there is no reason you cannot enjoy your original smile for a lifetime. Dr. Josh Gosnell and Dr. Robert Turner recommend these steps to help you preserve your natural teeth: -Care for your smile every day. One of the main causes of tooth loss is... Read more »

The Causes of a Cracked Tooth

When you notice a cracked tooth when you’re getting ready in the morning or brushing your teeth at night, you probably ask yourself how that happened. You might not remember the cause or you might remember it clearly. Either way, it’s best to contact your dentist, Dr. Diego Flores, so... Read more »

A Better Smile Awaits You with a CEREC® Crown

Dental crowns are caps placed to protect broken or damaged teeth. If one of your teeth is in need of a dental crown, there is no better choice than CEREC®. Here are some of its amazing benefits: - CEREC dental crowns can be shaped and installed in a single day,... Read more »

Do You Want The Flu or a Root Canal?

A survey a few years back had an interesting result. 78 percent of the people contacted by the American Association of Endodontists said that they would rather have a root canal than the flu. Slowly but surely, the bad reputation attached to the procedure known as the root canal seems... Read more »