Polish Your Smile with Oral Health Care for Older Individuals

Building your best smile is always a wonderful idea. Every little thing you do to help enhance your oral health can have a significant impact in your later years. However, your teeth will actually wear down and decay over time, which is why it is important to make sure you are using effective nonabrasive products… Read more »

A Deep Clean Can Revive Your Gums From Gum Disease

We strive to provide gum disease treatment based on your unique needs and comfort. If gum disease has affected your smile to the point of gum recession, you may benefit from a deep cleaning procedure called scaling and root planing that is designed to restore the health of the gums by removing the bacteria along… Read more »

A Bad Filling Needs to Be Diagnosed and Treated by a Dentist

Small cavities, chipped tooth enamel, and minor cases of dental attrition can often be treated with a simple dental filling. This mode of treatment will essentially replace the compromised area of tooth enamel restoring the tooths health. Once the dental filling has been married to the surrounding tooth enamel it will effectively restore the normal… Read more »

Don’t Be Tempted to Neglect Your Dental Health While You Are Sick

Oddly enough, when someone is sick with a cold or a flu bug and are tempted to skip their daily oral care routine, you might want to think twice. You can actually feel better when you have a clean mouth. Particularly when you have a bug that keeps you down for a week or two… Read more »

Untreated Cavities That Cause the Loss of Multiple Teeth Might Be Replaced with a Removable Partial Denture

If you struggle with severe dental anxiety or dental phobia, you might have given in to the temptation to skip your routine dental checkups. This can prove to be a serious error in judgment with long-lasting consequences. Without professional cleaning, examination, and possible preventive care from a dentist like Dr. Thomas Ouellette you could be… Read more »

The Steps to Building a Better Smile: The Causes of Halitosis

In order to show your oral health care is operating as intended, you should always look for common indications that something is amiss with your smile. A common ailment that typically arises if bacteria is present in your mouth is halitosis, also known as bad breath. However, bad breath can also be caused by numerous… Read more »

Encouraging Good Oral Hygiene in Children

Teaching your child to appreciate good oral hygiene habits when they are little will go a long way toward keeping them encouraged to maintain a healthy mouth throughout their adult life. This includes brushing their teeth twice each day and flossing at least once per day. You can start doing this as soon as the… Read more »

The Truth About Washington’s Dentures

Did you know that in 1976, more than 150 years after his death, George Washington was promoted to Six Star General in the U.S. military? This promotion was created solely for Washington, meaning no U.S. military officer can ever outrank him. Read on to learn a tiny bit more about the fact and fiction behind… Read more »

Keeping Your Teeth White After Your Office Treatment

Age, medication,diet and personal habits can stain or darken your teeth. You may have decided that now is the time for a whiter, brighter smile. There are plenty of products on the market that claim to give you a grin that will light up the room. There are gels, strips, and kits that all claim… Read more »

Regular Dental Cleanings & Exams

Dr. and our team recommend that you visit us for a dental cleaning in , , at least twice a year. Even if you brush and floss perfectly, professional cleanings are needed so that tartar buildup can be removed and so that our dentist can detect any dental issues early on. We have found that… Read more »