Check out our blog post to discover what makes dental hygienists different than dental assistants and dentists. Contact us today to schedule your next visit with our smile team!
Read our blog post to learn about the possible connection between gum disease and Alzheimer’s disease. Contact us for more oral health information!
One single type of toothpaste isn’t right for everyone. Everyone’s mouth is different! Check out our blog post for 3 signs you should switch to a different type of toothpaste.
If you’re wanting to improve the look of your smile, check out our blog post to learn whether veneers or orthodontics is a better treatment for overbites and overjets. For additional assistance, schedule a consultation with our expert team.
Check out our blog post to learn a few tips for handling a dental emergency. Call our office at (479)-267-5009 for emergency dental care! We are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Check out our blog post to discover 4 Thanksgiving foods you should avoid to reduce your risk of developing a cavity this holiday season. But if you do have a cavity, we offer gentle treatment to get your oral health back on track. Contact us today!
If you wear braces but want a whiter and brighter smile, read our blog post to learn about the safety and effectiveness of whitening teeth with braces. We want you to have a dazzling smile you are proud to show off. Contact our office with additional questions about teeth whitening!
Read our blog post to learn about the evolution of false teeth, from dentures to porcelain veneers. With cosmetic dentistry, we can enhance your smile and boost your self-confidence. Contact us to design your dream smile with dental veneers!
Read our blog post to discover the average treatment time for braces. We also give an overview of your options, including accelerated braces, metal braces, ceramic braces, and Invisalign. Contact us to schedule your orthodontic consultation today!
Read our blog post to learn about common causes and symptoms of cracked teeth. We also explain 3 types of cracks and their necessary treatment. If you think you have a cracked tooth or are dealing with a severe toothache, contact our office as soon as possible to preserve your oral health.