A Guide to Root Canals

Your oral health is one of the most important things in your life. It’s an indicator of overall wellness, in addition to ensuring you have great confidence and self-esteem. Usually, this means you have a dazzling smile, which has been proven to be connected to great self-esteem and confidence. Sometimes, though, bad oral health care… Read more »

Plaque Can Harm Teeth

Did you know plaque can harm your teeth? Yes, it’s true! Plaque is a nasty substance that can cause a plethora of problems for your teeth and oral health. Luckily, with proper oral health hygiene habits, you can keep your smile clean from the serious dangers of plaque. Our s, Dr. Barry, Dr. Dave, and… Read more »

Tips for Having a Strong and Healthy Senior Smile This Spring

As spring arrives and the weather gets warmer, you’re likely getting ready for some outdoor activities, like gardening, attending grandchildren’s baseball games and more. As you enjoy this new spring season, our dentists, Dr. David Barry, Dr. James Barry and Dr. Mark Barry, encourage you to also work towards a strong and healthy spring smile… Read more »

Important Questions About Flossing

Re-developing a habit of flossing is much like relearning to ride a bike. It may take a few tries to fall back into the habit, but your old knowledge should return rapidly. However, if you are wondering how to floss or how to improve your technique, we are pleased to offer some basic information below…. Read more »

A Failing Dental Filling Might Be Replaced

Dental fillings are typically secured to the surrounding tooth enamel with a bond that is intended to last for many years. Patients who struggle to maintain good oral hygiene habits or sometimes put off their regularly scheduled dental checkups often have hardened tartar and other bacterial deposits on their teeth. Over time the persistent presence… Read more »

Smile Renovations: Dental Bridges

Building the smile of your dreams begins with having a complete smile. If you have any lost or missing teeth, your mouth may look sunken in, and you may look older than you actually are. Missing teeth can give give bacteria and plaque places to accumulate and can even destabilize your gums and cause your… Read more »

Veneers Can Improve Your Smile

It’s easy to get your dream smile at any age with today’s advanced cosmetic dentistry techniques! There are many options to choose from. If you have chipped, stained or cracked teeth, consider getting dental veneers. Used by people who want to make a great impression, veneers are a great option to think about! Veneers are… Read more »

Stop Gum Recession in Its Tracks With Prompt Treatment

When it comes to gum recession, there are many signs to be aware of, including longer-looking teeth, tooth sensitivity, regularly bleeding gums, changes in the appearance of your smile, and dental pain. Notify our office today if you notice any of these signs of gum recession. Our team will gladly help you identify the cause… Read more »

Amalgam Dental Fillings Can Replace Extensive Tooth Decay

Your premolars and molars are the second-to-last and last teeth in your smile (unless you have your wisdom teeth), and they are primarily responsible for chewing up and grinding the foods you eat. But when cavities develop on these teeth, the teeth themselves can become incapacitated by unpleasantries such as sharp pain when biting, tooth… Read more »

Holiday Dentistry: Gum Disease Symptoms

If you ever have heightened sensitivity or any sort of pain in your gums, it is important to visit your dentist to determine if you are suffering from gum disease. However, gum disease can often be present without feeling any pain at all. It is important to look for the signs and symptoms to determine… Read more »