We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Brushing your teeth has probably become pretty routine now that you’re an adult. As with most daily routines, we can slack off a little sometimes when we’re busy or tired. Life can get hectic at times, but a good oral care routine, including brushing and flossing, is so important. Sometimes a refresher course can highlight how easy it is to…Continue reading
Are you reluctant to smile because of your misaligned and crowded teeth? If you feel that no matter how well you’re dressed, you’re just not well put together because of your poor teeth, then the Invisalign system of aligner trays may be the answer to your dilemma. Best of all, the Invisalign system is clear and virtually invisible, so no…Continue reading
Many people are unfamiliar with sleep apnea, although it’s a serious sleep disorder that affects more than 22 million Americans. With proper treatment, the effects of it can subside, but without proper treatment, the effects can be very serious or even life-threatening. How Many Types of Sleep Apnea Exist? There are only three types of sleep apnea: OSA, or obstructive…Continue reading
Prolonged psychological stress from the current pandemic seems to be the cause of an increasing number of people’s dental problems, such as fractured teeth, cracked fillings and loose veneers. Recently, The New York Times published an interesting piece about how more and more dentists across the country are noticing an uptick in people seeking dental care services for cracked or…Continue reading
Our dentists offer a wide range of dental care services in order to keep your teeth and gums as healthy as possible. We can provide comprehensive dental care for the entire family. If you are looking for practical solutions for caring for your teeth, our team will also offer recommendations on all the basics of dental care both in your…Continue reading
Are Dental Implants Right for You? According to recent statistics released by the CDC, about half of all adults between the ages of 20 and 64 have lost at least one permanent tooth because of gum disease, tooth decay or an accident. By the age of 65, the risk of losing all your teeth is about 20 percent. Our dentists…Continue reading
If you notice that your gums look puffy and bleed when you brush your teeth, or your breath isn’t as fresh as it normally is, you may have gingivitis. Keep reading to learn more about the symptoms, what causes the gum disease and how you can treat it. Gingivitis affects approximately 50 percent of adults in the United States according…Continue reading
What Constitutes a Dental Emergency? While there are numerous problems that are considered a dental emergency by oral health professionals, you can ask yourself a few simple questions to determine if you require treatment from an emergency dentist. These include: Am I experiencing severe pain that’s not relieved by over-the-counter pain medication? Is the inside of my mouth injured? Is…Continue reading
Recently, Dr. Donatelli accepted a full-time professor position at the University of Florida Dental School where he will be overseeing the Graduate Orthodontic Residency Program. With this demanding position, he will also be traveling internationally to teach and lecture. We would like to thank Dr. Donatelli for helping us build and establish our dental office as a top-rated, comprehensive dental…Continue reading
Brushing your teeth, flossing, and routine visits to the dentist are all important and key contributors to your oral health. And there’s a growing consensus among dental and medical experts that your oral health affects your body as a whole. In fact, nearly every medical condition has some type of manifestation in the mouth according to University of Michigan periodontal…Continue reading