1. 6 Ways a Cosmetic Dentist Can Help Improve Your Smile

    Our smile is a defining feature, but the truth is that not everyone feels entirely confident about the appearance of their smile. Stained teeth, chips, gaps, missing teeth, or tooth decay can all have an impact on our confidence when we smile. But the good news is that these cosmetic issues can be f…Read More

  2. Tips For Finding a Good Pediatric Dentist

    It may be surprising, but infants should actually visit the dentist for the first time when they’re about one year old, or when their baby teeth are about to emerge. Even though baby teeth fall out, it’s still just as important for infants and young children to get regular dental care as it is f…Read More

  3. Everything You Wanted To Know About Dental Veneers

    Unlike much of the rest of our bodies, our teeth don’t heal themselves, or at least not very quickly. In the case of a chipped tooth or severe tooth decay, the problem will only get worse rather than the body healing the issue. So if you have a chipped or broken tooth or if the enamel on one or mu…Read More

  4. Ensure Better Oral Health By Avoiding These Bad Brushing Habits

    When it comes to taking care of your teeth, you probably already know that it’s important to brush your teeth regularly. But did you know that if you brush too often or use the wrong type of toothbrush, you could be doing more harm than good? In today’s blog from James W. Mellert and Associates,…Read More

  5. Frequently Asked Questions About Invisalign®

    Have you always wished that you could have straighter teeth but don’t want to deal with the hassle and unsightly appearance of metal braces? Although braces are a good option for children and young adults, there’s another alternative that can address the same smile concerns without having to ann…Read More

  6. Five Habits That Are Hurting Your Teeth

    Several habits are good for your teeth such as brushing and flossing every day and visiting your dentist regularly. But there are also some habits you may be guilty of that aren’t so good for your teeth. What’s even worse is that you may not even be aware that you’re doing them. In today’s b…Read More

  7. Tips For Keeping Teeth Healthy This Halloween

    It’s that time of year again. Halloween is right around the corner and that means Halloween parties, trick-or-treating, and plenty of candy! Unfortunately, all of that sugar can wreak havoc on your children’s teeth. The more sugar they eat and the longer it sits on their teeth between brushing a…Read More

  8. Safety Precautions and Your Visit To Our Dental Clinic

    The recent COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we do a lot of things. Most people are spending more time at home, taking extra care to distance themselves from others when they’re out at the store, and refraining from partaking in anything that could potentially increase risk.  At James W. Mell…Read More