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 are slowly damaged over a... 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 highly effective tooth restoration in... read more »

Invisalign® for Your Healthy Smile

When it comes to aligning your smile, Invisalign® is not only good for your teeth but your oral health as well. The American Dental Association (ADA) has found that an aligned smile is good for your overall health, as well as taking care of those oral issues incurred from a misaligned bite, including chewing difficulties, problems with the jaw, and wear... read more »

Oral Health: Healthy Smiles for a Lifetime

If you desire a healthy smile for a lifetime, it is certainly within reach. In fact, maintaining oral hygiene habits for good oral health is important as you age, because as you age, the higher your risk for cavities and gum disease. Dry mouth is a common side effect of taking prescription medications, and healthy saliva flow is vital for... read more »

A Fluoride Treatment Can Restore the Mineral Density of Tooth Enamel

As you go about your average day, the acidic foods and beverages you consume can deplete the mineral content of your tooth enamel. This process of demineralization can is even more likely to occur if you have inconsistent oral hygiene habits. If it's not counteracted in some way, this can weaken your teeth, making them prone to cavities and tooth... read more »

Dental Crowns Can Help in Many Ways

Many different things can cause damage to your teeth, and if one becomes too damaged or decayed, then it will likely need to get a dental cap or crown. Be sure to get yours before taking your holiday photos! There are many different ways a dental crown can help you. Some of these are: - Weak teeth: to protect weak... read more »

Are You Predisposed to Cavities?

Do you brush and floss your teeth regularly, but still get cavities? Conversely, do you know anyone who seems to skate by without ever having a cavity? If you do, you aren't alone. You see, many people are predisposed to cavities because of genetics. In fact, individuals with soft tooth enamel or crowded teeth can increase your chances of getting... read more »

All You Need to Know About Toothaches

Toothaches are inconvenient and extremely painful. Our team at Paul L. Evans, DDS never wants you to experience this dental problem, but sometimes it’s inevitable. To help you better understand toothaches, we have provided the answers to the following questions: What causes a toothache? There are generally many causes of toothaches, like tooth decay, an abscessed tooth, a fractured tooth,... read more »

Plaque: The Substance that Destroys Teeth and Gums

Dental plaque is the sticky, tooth-colored film that forms on the teeth and makes your smile feel fuzzy. You can generally notice this film when you have not yet brushed your teeth. What causes plaque? Plaque develops on your smile when you consume carbohydrates, like sugars and starches. These foods give the oral bacteria the ammo to attack the smile,... read more »

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