How to Choose the Right Toothbrush

We’ve all been told since we were kids to brush our teeth daily. Clean teeth, fresh breath and healthy gums are essential in keeping good hygiene and can impact your overall health. But the kind of toothbrush you’re using can play a greater role in oral care than you...

Dental Braces & Clear Aligners

Do you have crooked teeth, an underbite or overbite? If you haven’t already, you may want to talk to Dr. Adams about getting braces. We offer comprehensive family dental care at Bridge Dental and can provide consultations, implementation and maintenance of braces for...

What is a Cavity

Everyone dreads them, but what exactly is a cavity? We all know you’re not supposed to have them, and keeping up with your oral care will help prevent them. But let’s dig deeper and go further into what having a cavity really means. Children, teens and adults can all...

Dental Care for Seniors

As with the rest of your body, aging can bring many oral changes that should be addressed. Specifically, oral health problems may arise as age advances putting seniors at risk.  Some of the common oral changes a senior may see include: • Darkened teeth – Caused by...

Dental Care is Safe While Pregnant

There are a variety of mixed views on pregnant women obtaining oral health care because of potential negative side effects. Precautions for expecting or pregnant mothers include sedation, pharmaceuticals and X-rays. However, research shows that receiving dental...

Receding Gums: What it Means and How to Prevent It

When it comes to good oral hygiene, most of us obsess over having white teeth and fresh breath. However, gum health is equally important to excellent oral care since they surround the teeth and protect the structure of the tooth. So what does it mean when your gums...