An Overview of Wisdom Tooth Removal

Most people have a third set of molars that remain hidden in their gums until late adolescence due to the evolutionary process. These molars are known as wisdom teeth, and they serve little purpose in the modern age. Because many patients experience issues with wisdom teeth, they often need to... Read more »

Nitrous Oxide: The Facts You Should Know

Has your dentist, Dr. Kevin Bowcutt, recommended the use of nitrous oxide at your next dental appointment? If so, you might be a little confused, maybe even a little nervous. Well, there is no need to be. Nitrous oxide is a safe sedative that can help you have a positive... Read more »

Optimum Smile Construction: Dental Bridges

If are missing any teeth, it is important to talk to your dentist about an effective tooth replacement therapy as soon as possible. You may have several different options. Dentures, dental implants, and dental bridges are all highly effective ways to replace missing teeth. However, dental bridges, also known as... Read more »

Develop Your Gum Disease Treatment Plan Now

We encourage you to seek professional assistance as soon as you notice the first signs of gum disease in your mouth. By addressing the early stages of gum disease, you can prevent the dangerous conditions that result from an advanced periodontal infection. We encourage you plan your gum disease treatment... Read more »

The Things to Expect During Dental Crown Treatment

If you’re about to restore the health, strength, and function of your tooth with a dental crown, then our dentist, Dr. Kevin Bowcutt, would like to help you feel prepared in the dental chair. The more you know about the treatment, the more comfortable and prepared you might be. So,... Read more »

How to Know if You Need a Root Canal

Are you wondering if your decayed tooth has passed the need for a filling and has graduated to the need for a root canal? If so, your dentist, Dr. Kevin Bowcutt, will be more than happy to help you. All you need to do is schedule an appointment! In fact,... Read more »

You Should Never Snap Floss Between Your Teeth

The American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth each morning and night, as well as flossing all your teeth once each day. Consistent and effective execution of this daily oral hygiene routine will help to remove bacterial deposits and food particles before they can affect the health of... Read more »

Important Dental Insight on Dental Anxiety Treatments

In order to give your smile is the best chance of success, always make sure you're taking care of the necessary treatments to improve your oral healthcare. This includes setting aside time to help treat your dental anxiety that you may feel before visiting your dentist. Don't be afraid to... Read more »

Why Dental Sealants Might Be a Good Option for Your Molars

Are you curious about whether dental sealants might be a good option for your molars? While brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing at least once a day go a long way to ward off tooth decay and gum disease, sometimes it is not enough. Along with regular six-month... Read more »

A Composite Dental Filling to Replace a Visible Area of Tooth Decay

Poor oral hygiene practices can contribute to a buildup of plaque acids in your mouth. In time, this can demineralize your tooth enamel, allowing a cavity to develop on one of your teeth. If you have noticed an abnormality with one of your teeth, the wisest course of action is... Read more »