A Distressed Dental Filling Needs to Be Examined by a Dentist

Small areas of dental attrition and defects in a tooth’s enamel layer can lead to unnecessary complications, including tooth decay and dental fractures. In many of these cases our can repair the compromised area by applying a simple dental filling. Once it has been married to the surrounding tooth enamel, the special dental material will… Read more »

Building a Foundation for Your Smile With Dental Floss

When it comes to your interdental care, slow and steady often wins the race. Although it shouldn’t be a race at all, you do need to make sure that all areas between each tooth are adequately cleaned. Because you are slowly and securely cleaning between your teeth as needed, there are several issues that you… Read more »

The Links Between Your Oral Health and Dental Floss

Are you aware of the importance of dental floss? Dental floss is an interdental cleaning tool designed to clean between your teeth. Because brushing alone cannot clean between teeth, dental floss is essential for making sure your smile is well protected from the risks of plaque buildup and debris that may be linked to eating…. Read more »

Don’t Use a Dental Whitening Product Without Consulting Your Dentist

Every year, millions of Americans struggle with stains on their teeth. Discolored teeth can leave you feeling self-conscious about your smile’s appearance. Many people may try to fix this problem with whitening products that are sold in stores. While many of them are effective, others may not do everything that they claim, and still others… Read more »

Do I Need a Dental Exam or Cleaning?

We understand that dental appointments can feel inconvenient or make you anxious. Even if you notice no problems with your teeth and gums, procrastinating a cleaning or an exam is really not a good idea. Attending a cleaning or exam every six months helps you keep your teeth and gums in good condition. Regular cleanings… Read more »

Reinvent Your Smile with Gum Disease Treatments

  Optimum oral health insurance that you are not only taking care of your teeth but you’re taking care of your gums as well. Because plaque buildup in your mouth can severely hinder your oral health, not only are your teeth at risk but so too are your gums. A condition in which your gums… Read more »

Fall in Love with Your Smile Thanks to Composite Dental Fillings

If you wish to improve your smile by eradicating any oral health damage that may be present, it is essential to visit your dentist to determine if any cavities have arisen in your mouth. If a cavity is present, it means a hole in your tooth enamel has formed. In order to treat it, a… Read more »

A Complete Denture Might Be Able to Replace the Function of Teeth Lost to Periodontitis

Untreated gingivitis can gradually worsen into the severe form of gum disease, which is known as periodontitis. This level of periodontal infection can gradually deplete the natural bone structure that anchors your teeth in your mouth.   This can lead to multiple cases of tooth loss, and existing teeth that feel uncomfortable and are at… Read more »

Why Do I Need to Rinse?

Your , Dr. , encourages you to include rinsing with mouthwash in your oral hygiene routine. But have you ever wondered why? Well, our dental team will be happy to tell you why! Whether you believe it or not, rinsing can help your smile in a myriad of ways. Those ways are: -Mouthwash can eliminate… Read more »

What Happens When You’re Missing Teeth?

What happens when you’re missing chompers? Will you be able to speak suitably? Chew correctly? And how will your other pearly whites react? Find out by reading on. Several side effects become present when a patient is missing teeth. One of the prime side effects is the inability to enunciate appropriately; pronouncing words appropriately is… Read more »