Covid-19 Dental Emergencies

Hey everyone! We are excited to announce that the American Dental Association is now allowing dentists to treat patients that are having an emergency. We have provided guidelines to help patients determine when to consult us as to whether care should be rescheduled or taken care of now. When in doubt, please call us to…

Say goodbye to gooey dental impressions!

Here at, Timeless Smiles, we are always striving to keep up on the latest technology. If you are a person who dislikes those messy and uncomfortable impressions then we are excited to tell you that those are a thing of the past at our office! Our dental office is now equipped with advanced scanning technology,…

National Gum Care Month

Categories: Oral Health

Did you know September is National Gum Care month? While focusing on clean teeth is important, caring for our gums is too! What is Gum Disease? Gingivitis and periodontitis are two forms of gum disease, both of which are caused by bacterial infection in your gums. Gingivitis is a mild form of the disease that…

Everything You Need to Know About Oral Piercings

These days it seems as if many people are choosing mouth jewelry to follow trends or as a way to express their selves. Although it may look cool and fun, there can be a lot of heath issues that come with having these types of piercings. Here is a list of some of the risks…

No Dental Fears

We all know that fear of the dentist isn’t uncommon. In fact, it is estimated that nearly 7% of adults in the US experience some amount of fear with going to the dentist. Out of that percentage, about 5-10% of those people have a strong enough fear to be considered sufferers of dental phobia. There…

5 travel tips for your teeth

Categories: Oral Health

With the summer here, we know a lot of our patients will be enjoying fun summer vacays! Here’s 5 travel tips for your teeth while you’re away ☺ Make time for a check up If you can, schedule your next regular dental visit before your trip. Having a thorough exam and cleaning can leave with…

Do you Grind Your Teeth?

Categories: Oral Health

Bruxism is a habit of grinding or clenching the teeth. Clenching means you are tightly holding your top and bottom teeth together. Grinding is when you slide your teeth back and forth over each other. Bruxism can happen in children and adults. Some people with bruxism wake themselves up during the night with loud clenching…

4 things to focus on during pregnancy to avoid problems with your dental health.

Don’t avoid dental work unless otherwise advised You may be concerned about undergoing dental procedures during pregnancy, especially those that involve anesthesia. But both the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and the American Dental Association (ADA) encourage pregnant women to continue regular dental visits for cleanings and checkups. And unless your obstetrician advises…