Fun Facts About Dental Erosion

Do you know what the effects of dental erosion are on your smile? Dental erosion, sometimes known as enamel erosion, is the process of harmful acids eating through your tooth enamel thereby causing tooth decay and cavities. Dental erosion should be prevented and treated whenever possible. Shield your teeth from dental erosion begins with keeping… Read more »

Treating Toothaches

Are you wondering what to do to treat your toothache? If so, you have come to the right place! Here at in , , our office cares about your oral health. That is why our team is dedicated to helping you deal a toothache when it strikes. When it comes to a toothache, the first… Read more »

If You Experience Oral and Pharyngeal Cancer Symptoms, You Should Seek a Dentist’s Attention

Your routine dental checkup at Dr. ’s practice is designed to clean your mouth of plaque, and tartar buildup, while also monitoring the overall health of your mouth. This includes a basic screening for signs of oral, and pharyngeal cancer. If you experience symptoms of oral or pharyngeal cancer between exams, you should not delay… Read more »

Problems from a Missing Front Tooth Can Be Prevented with a Dental Implant

The teeth in the front of your mouth play a wide range of important roles. On a functional level, they are primarily responsible for biting off tough and hard foods, while also playing a role in the clarity of your speech. On a cosmetic level, your smile’s appearance communicates health and helps with a plethora… Read more »

Dealing With Dental Fluorosis

If you are raising children, you may know that there are many training toothpastes you could choose from. You might have also heard that most toothpastes contain fluoride, but are you aware that training toothpastes don’t? Toothpaste that has fluoride in it should not be swallowed, so you avoid giving it to children until they… Read more »

Am I at Risk for Gum Disease?

Risk factors for gum disease are more common than you might think. The risk factors for periodontal disease include smoking, diabetes, genetic susceptibility, stress, grinding or clenching teeth, advanced age, certain medications affecting oral health, poor diet and obesity. Men have an increased chance of periodontal disease compared to women. Advanced plaque or tartar build-up… Read more »

A Sensitive Filling Needs Professional Dental Care

Fillings are commonly used to repair small chips or modest cavities that afflict the tooth enamel layer. While they are intended to withstand the rigors of chewing food for many years, most have a finite lifespan. In general, larger fillings don’t last as long as small ones. This might be due to the amount of… Read more »

How Do I Treat a Broken Dental Crown?

Sadly, even though they are strong and reliable, dental crowns can break and become damaged, especially if you suffer a blow to the face or if your crown experiences extra wear and tear each day. So, if you ever have a broken or damaged dental crown, it’s important to keep calm and follow our dental… Read more »

Can Holistic Dentistry Improve Your Oral Health?

Holistic dentistry is the search for whole body wellness including the mouth, teeth and gums. If one part of your health is off, your entire body will suffer along with it. The same can be said with oral health issues. Also, not all dental procedures are considered beneficial to holistic dentists. Here are some we… Read more »

For Dramatic Whitening, Try an In-Office Professional Whitening

Teeth are a valuable part of you. They are what allows you to chew the food you love and are also a big part of your smile. White teeth make great first impressions. We understand that sometimes your smile may not be as white as you’d like. That’s why we offer a professional whitening treatment… Read more »