When to Floss

Can you remember the last time you actually spent flossing your teeth? If you’re like most people, it’s probably a lot longer ago than it should’ve been. It’s not something many people enjoy. But it’s a vital part of maintaining great oral health. Flossing is often said to be uncomfortable, but that’s often due to the fact that your gums... read more »

Outlining the Basics of Aging and Dental Health

Through the adventure of life, you will find yourself being faced with many obstacles. The road to here and there and back again has pitfalls for not only your physical health but your oral health as well. If you wish to ensure your teeth and gums can remain healthy throughout your lifetime, make it a point to ensure you're eating... read more »

Protecting Your Smile from Gum Disease Risk Factors

The Halloween season is finally here, which means sweets and treats aplenty. However, do not overdo it this year as you can easily increase the risk for tooth decay and gum disease. Sugars and sweets can be transformed into harmful acids within your smile which will eat through your tooth enamel and contribute to plaque buildup and decay. Furthermore, if... read more »

Making Your Veneers Last

Dental veneers are a terrific way to improve your smile. Veneers can be used to conceal chipped, cracked or stained teeth. If your teeth are misshapen, or placed too far apart, the problem can be corrected by dental veneers. To place your veneers, your dentist will remove a small portion of the enamel from your tooth, An impression will be... read more »

Opting for Dental Bonds

You may have been keeping a close eye on one more of your teeth if they are decayed, chipped, cracked or discolored. You may want to fix that problem, but you don’t know what your options are for getting your smile back. In this case, it is a good idea to visit Dr. Kimberly Fee to see if a dental... read more »

Why Should I Floss?

Whether you believe it or not, flossing is vital for your oral health, but do you ever wonder why? If so, our Kimberly W. Fee DMD team is more than happy to tell you why! Flossing can help your oral health in many ways and there are multiple reasons why you should floss your smile at least one a day.... read more »