Halitosis Causes

Bad breath, which is also called halitosis, is a big downer in many situations. Sometimes having bad breath just indicates that you need to brush your teeth or use a mint, but that is not always enough. Read on for some of the most common causes of bad breath: Dental... Read more »

How to Care for Your Dental Veneers

Do you ever feel ashamed or embarrassed of your smile? Do you have imperfections that mar the beauty of your smile? Would you like to boost your confidence? Ask our dentist about veneers. Dental veneers are thin shells made from a tooth-colored material. They are placed over the front of... Read more »

Brushing While You Have Your Braces

You’ve been brushing your teeth for all your life, and once you have your braces on, you will still need to continue to brush. Although it may be harder to see your teeth through all the metal, brushing is more important than ever before, since braces can trap food particles,... Read more »

Why Should I Consider CEREC® for a Dental Crown?

CEREC® is a top-of-the-line technological tool that has the ability to quickly restore your smile with either a dental crown, veneer, or inlay/onlay. This equipment makes a dental crown in a tooth-shaped cap made of a strong, reliable dental material, in the course of one day. It’s made to better... Read more »

Complete Your Smile with Dentures

Compromised teeth can be the result of long-term problems such as chronic periodontal disease, cavities, tooth decay, or other causes. Due to these problems, multiple teeth can be lost over the years, altering the appearance of your smile, the overall function of your mouth, and even damaging your confidence. Dr.... Read more »

Replace Your Knocked Out Tooth with a Dental Bridge

When you have suffered a severe blow to the face due to an automotive collision or athletic accident, this can cause some significant damage to your mouth. When a dental trauma like this occurs, it may be just enough force to knock a tooth out, damaging not only your smile... Read more »

Dental Whitening Products Sold in Stores Aren’t Potent Enough to Remove Significant Dental Stains

The faces of your teeth are covered in microscopically porous tooth enamel. When you consume dark beverages, and foods, or use tobacco products minute particles can adhere to the textures of your tooth enamel causing minor dental stains to appear in your smile. As this starts to happen, the retail... Read more »

Welcome to Our New Blog!

Here at Morgan Family Dentistry, we endeavor to use our new blog as a regular means for publishing valuable content for our community through monthly blog posts. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, we’re able to further explore some of the most important topics pertaining to our industry and... Read more »