Dry mouth, also known as xerostomia is not a disease. This medical disorder is simply the decrease flow of saliva in the mouth.  Saliva is 98% water plus needed enzymes, electrolytes and agents

What Happens When the Dentist Needs a Dentist? I have been along for the high technology changes in Dentistry since I started going to the dentist myself as a child in the 1950s and

The only time and place you have regular oral health examinations is during general dental appointments. Mouth infections can have adverse effects on other body parts. Systemic Diseases of the entire body may

How Do I Replace My Missing Tooth?   Modern technology has increased a dentist’s choice in ways to replace a missing tooth. What is best for the patient and what are the benefits

The first line of defense in diagnosing oral cancer is in the general dentist’s office. About 60% of adults visit a dentist per year. During these emergency and regular care visits, dentists and

Dental science has not been able to find a cure or prevent tooth decay. Tooth decay (caries) is the most common disease in man, found in millions of people. Minimally Invasive Dentistry is

Q: I remember your first office in Cape St. Claire. I’m amazed at the changes in dentistry, the dental office and equipment over that time. What are the biggest changes in your dental

  Tooth Whitening for Anyone Dentist supervised at home tooth whitening for patients has nearly three decades of proven use. Changes and improvement have developed the techniques, chemical formulations and delivery system to

Throughout history, people have always tried to take care of their teeth and fight bad breath. Bad breath is unpleasant odors in the air you exhale. Ancient Romans invented mouthwash. The secret ingredient

To Prevent Sports Injuries: Wear a Mouthguard… The time to prepare for Fall sports is here. Be ready for football and soccer practices, the seasons will soon begin. Children playing sports suffer injuries