Keeping Your Toothbrush in Top Condition

Your toothbrush has an important job to do, which is keeping your teeth clean and free of food debris and plaque. But your toothbrush can’t do its job well if it is you don’t keep it in good shape. Every time you brush your teeth, you should inspect the bristles on your toothbrush. They should… Read more »

Choose Dental Sealants for Your Smile

To protect your teeth against cavities, consider dental sealants in , . Dental sealant is a thin, plastic material that is painted onto the chewing surfaces of the back teeth to protect them from decay. While dental sealants are very commonly placed on children’s teeth, they can also be used for adults. When you visit… Read more »

Successful Implants May Require Bone Grafting Treatments

With the fall season coming around, is your mouth ready for the numerous meals and treats that await? If you have any lost or missing teeth, eating some foods can prove too difficult a task. Tooth loss has also been proven to destabilize our gums, cause tooth slippage, and increase your risk for gum disease… Read more »

The Difference in Dental Fillings

Our teeth have many layers. The outside of our teeth is a protective layer called enamel. When the enamel gets eroded to the point that a hole forms, that hole is called a cavity.  This hole can lead to toothaches, infections, and tooth failure. A dental filling is a dental procedure done to fill the… Read more »

The Things That Can Damage Your Kid’s Chompers

When your child has baby teeth, tooth-harming habits aren’t as scary as they are for adults. However, when they grow into their permanent teeth, that’s a whole other story. It’s important to keep their chompers in tip-top shape so they will last a lifetime. To help you help your child, our dentist, Dr. , would… Read more »

How to Get the Most Benefits Out of Your New Whitening Toothpaste

If you’re working toward a whiter and brighter smile with whitening toothpaste, good for you! You should be able to brighten your teeth one or two shades. If you want more successful results, it’s best to talk to our dentist, Dr. , about a professional whitening treatment. While you use your whitening paste, there are… Read more »

What Do You Know about Dangerous Food Avoidance?

Are you aware that the foods and drinks you eat could be putting your mouth at an increased risk for failure? Guard your teeth and gums by eating healthy. The first step in improving your oral health includes removing sugars from your diet. Sugars are hazardous to our mouths because they can be converted into… Read more »

Fix Broken and Damaged Teeth with the Perfect Dental Crown

You don’t have to live with dying teeth and numerous extractions. Dental crowns can protect and conceal teeth that would otherwise fail. In addition, they can do the following:   – Dental crowns are extremely durable, and with the proper care and maintenance, they can last over two decades and perhaps even the rest of… Read more »

Teeth and Gums 101: Dental Floss

Dental floss can enhance your oral health care routine. With dental floss, your oral health care can be radically improved. Not only can dental floss defend your mouth against the effects of tooth decay and gum disease, it can keep your teeth strong and your smile debris-free. However, it is always crucial to floss correctly…. Read more »

A Chip on a Non-Essential Surface Might Be Repaired by a Filling

A chip can harm the tooth enamel layer of any one of your teeth. Chips can come from an accidental blow to the face or attempts to use your teeth to open a package. People who struggle with unresolved bruxism often chip a tooth when grinding their teeth. If a chip is small and confined… Read more »