General & Cosmetic Dentists Serving Omaha, Bellevue, Lincoln and Nearby Nebraska
General dentistry is the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of dental problems. General dentistry is the array of treatments and interventions that allow you to achieve and maintain outstanding oral health. Some of the most common procedures within this area of dentistry include: Exams Annual x-… Read Full Post
"An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," the saying goes. Although Benjamin Franklin was referring to fire safety when he coined this phrase, it's often used in relation to health and healthcare these days. And it's really true! Taking steps to prevent health problems when you can may be… Read Full Post
Right now, at the Omaha World-Herald, vote for The Dentists in Omaha’s Choice Awards. Our team is so proud to be included in the nominations again this year. We hope you’ll take a moment to vote for us. This year, when you vote you are automatically entered for a chance to win a $1,000 gift card to… Read Full Post
As someone who wants to keep their teeth healthy and strong, you probably already know you need to brush, floss and visit the dentist. But did you also know what you eat can affect your enamel, gums and entire oral cavity? Please click through our slide show to see which things are best for your… Read Full Post
Your teeth. You use them every day. They are always there, but these little tools in our body are actually quite exceptional! Consider the 5 dental facts below. Chewing gum may prevent cavities. Next time you see the ADA seal of approval on a pack of chewing gum, go ahead and buy it! Unlike… Read Full Post
The experienced dentists at our Omaha practice want you to enjoy your best oral health. See our tips for achieving and maintaining good dental hygiene. Ready to schedule an appointment? Please contact us by completing the form on this page or give us a call at 402-307-6227.
Maintaining healthy teeth has a number of benefits: a more attractive smile, better overall health, ease of chewing and speaking, gums that don’t bleed, less risk of infection. There are a number of people who don’t practice healthy dental habits, though, which can lead to needing extensive dental… Read Full Post