Be Sure to Brush and Floss Your New Dental Crown

The new dental crown installed in your mouth at represents a significant investment in restoring your severely compromised tooth. Most dental crowns are made from special dental materials that will not be susceptible to cavities. Yet your new dental crown will still need to be included in your daily oral hygiene regimen.   If you… Read more »

The Common Questions Asked About Dental Veneers

If you have questions about dental veneers, then you have come to the right blog. Today, our s, Drs. Packard and Packard, are happy to help you find the answers you’re looking for. The more you know, the better. To give you the answers you need, they would like to provide the answers to commonly… Read more »

Professional In-Office Whitening Compared to Professional At-Home Whitening

If you’re interested in knowing the differences between professional in-office teeth whitening treatments and professional at-home whitening treatments, then you have come to the right blog. Today, our dentists, Dr. Bennett Packard and Dr. David Packard are happy to tell you all about both treatments so you can decide which one is right for you…. Read more »

Fitting Dental Crowns for Children

While baby teeth are tiny, they’re just as susceptible to tooth wear down as adult teeth. When children’s teeth get infected, the problem is known as baby bottle tooth decay, and it can leave children with lost teeth and harmed gums and bones. To guard your little one from baby bottle tooth decay, there are… Read more »

Dental Emergency Tips

As much as we’d like to avoid them, dental emergencies can sometimes happen. Dr. Packard, Dr. Packard, and our team stress the importance of acting quickly to lessen the damage. Of course, it is always important to visit our dentists (or a medical doctor) as soon as possible if there is a dental emergency. We… Read more »

What Sort of Care Does a Toothbrush Require?

Unlike other household objects that receive daily use, your toothbrush doesn’t need to be repaired or upgraded. A toothbrush is a very simple tool that requires minimal care and does not have any special cleaning requirements. While a spatula or pen that has served you well can be kept for an extended amount of time,… Read more »

We May Suggest a Dental Filling to Restore a Tooth

What is a dental filling? A dental filling is a restoration that may be used by Drs. Packard and Packard when a tooth has decay. The filling is placed to restore the tooth to its normal function and shape after the decay is removed. Do I need a dental filling? When you visit for a… Read more »

A Complete Denture Might Be Preferable to Dental Implant Restorations

The severe periodontal disease condition of periodontitis can gradually cause a reduction in healthy bone structure throughout your mouth. In the long course of time, this can weaken the roots of multiple teeth, or even lead to the complete loss of several teeth. The loss of bone structure might also prove prohibitive for restoring the… Read more »

Maintain a Happy Smile with Dental Damage Avoidance

Did you know that damage to your teeth and gums is just as likely to arise from non-edible sources as it is from the sweets and treats you eat? Although brushing and flossing daily is extremely important to protect your smile against the dangers of harmful foods and drinks, there are numerous other hazards and… Read more »

Dental Veneers Can Effectively Enhance Your Smile’s Appearance

Your smile appears, to some degree, in many of your major facial expressions. Problems with chronic dental stains, chipped teeth, or other physical defects can cause you to guard your smile, and send mixed messages in nonverbal communication. In a situation like this, you might want to consider scheduling a cosmetic dentistry consultation with a… Read more »