Be Grateful for a Healthy Smile this Thanksgiving


Here are some tips to keep a healthy, good-looking smile this Thanksgiving.

November is finally here and that only means one thing- Thanksgiving! This time of year is a great time to spend with family and friends, reflecting on what you’re grateful for and enjoying the mighty fine Thanksgiving feast. One thing, however, that not a lot of people think about during this time of year is the effect the food and drinks are having on their teeth. It’s important to have a good time during the Thanksgiving season, but it’s also important to take care of your teeth. Read more

Preventing Cavities During Halloween Time


Here are 3 tips to help prevent cavities this Halloween.

Halloween is a great time splurge on some candy, but it’s definitely not a great time for our teeth. Sugar can definitely take a negative toll on our teeth and can cause cavity galore. Read more

What is Sedation Dentistry?


 If the idea of going to the dentist every six months frightens you, sedation dentistry may just be the cure.

If you are one of those people who would rather endure an excruciating tooth pain rather than go to the dentist, you best start looking into sedation dentistry because It may just save you from wanting to endure such pain.

Sedation dentistry is a way to help patients relax during a dental procedure, including a simple cleaning, by using some form of a sedative method.   Read more

4 Reasons to Consider Invisible Braces


Are you in need of braces? Consider these 4 reasons to choose invisible braces.

Braces have come a long way since the 18th century when they were first experimenting with them. Today, invisible braces is one of the most innovative dentistry advances in straightening teeth. For decades, metal wires and brackets have worked to producing millions of straighter smiles, now all that’s needed in most cases are plastic, smooth aligners that are completely invisible. Read more

Back to School Cleaning


Are your kids’ teeth ready for school?

Year-round dentist visits are very important, but a back-to-school dentist visit is key to fighting the top chronic disease found in children: cavities. Every year, children miss 51 million hours of school due to dental diseases. Scheduling a back-to-school check-up will not only reduce or prevent you child from missing a day or two but can help your child avoid pain, eating troubles, difficulty speaking and school absences.

On top of taking your child to the dentist at the beginning of the school year, it would also be a good time to start getting your child into healthy oral habits. Teach your child the importance of taking extra special care of their teeth and how they can do so, such as…

  • Brushing teeth morning and night for two minutes.
  • How to correctly brush teeth.
  • Flossing once a day.
  • Eating healthy foods and drinking plenty of water.

Oral health starts early, so make sure to get your child into our office today!

Brushing Your Teeth the Correct Way


There’s more to it than you may think.

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Fluoride, the Smile’s Hero


Fluoride helps rebuild tooth enamel and fight off cavities, giving you a spectacular smile!

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Botox, for a Beautiful, Comfortable Smile


Dental Innovations of Gallup can help take your beauty to the next level with Botox and the “next level” is “Comfort”.

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Reasons for Professional Teeth Whitening


Professional Teeth Whitening or Over the Counter?

Are you insecure about your smile? Are those over-the-counter teeth whitening products not doing the job? Look no further!

Everyone wants a whiter smile, but many people are worried about the cost and whether or not the product will work. If the only option was going to the local supermarket to purchase teeth whitening strips or teeth whitening mouthwash, the process would be very discouraging, because these aren’t always promising and take weeks, if not months to begin working. Professional teeth whitening, however, is guaranteed and safer than using over-the-counter products. Read more

3 Options to Fill In Those Permanent Teeth Gaps


Don’t let teeth gaps keep you from showing off your pearly whites.

Not everyone is blessed with perfect, healthy teeth their whole lives. Sometimes as adults, we lose a tooth or two. Now, having teeth gaps in your smile isn’t as terrible as some may think, but it isn’t too great either. Rather than having a gap in our smile, here are three options you can do to have a full set of teeth: Read more