A Fluoride Treatment Can Help Maintain Healthy Teeth

As you go about your average day, the acidic foods and beverages you consume can affect the mineral content of your tooth enamel. This process of demineralization 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… Read more »

A Healthy Smile and a Healthier You

With the new year upon us, many of us are striving to put our best foot forward for positive change for new beginnings and new habits. While making healthier resolutions, don’t forget your smile. Not only is a healthy smile an asset for your self-confidence, but it’s good for your general health as well. We concur… Read more »

Key Insights for Removing Something from Your Gums

Sometimes when you’re eating a snack or a meal, a tough piece of food can get stuck between two of your teeth. When this happens, it’s usually not a serious cause for concern. However, there are rare instances when something can get uncomfortably stuck in your gums. It could potentially cause a gum injury. This… Read more »

Dental Sealants Can Help Prevent Some Occlusal Cavities

The molars and premolars in the back of your mouth are regularly called for to help chew and grind food. To aid in this endeavor, many people have deep pits and fissures on the occlusal, or biting surfaces, of the teeth. Sometimes, these deeply textured areas can also serve as a dangerous trap for residual… Read more »

Reasons to Get a Dental Crown

Does your smile need a pick-me-up? Is it suffering from numerous cracks, chips, or stains so deep in the enamel that you can’t erase them via whitening? If so, then it’s time you come in to pay our team here at a visit. Dental crowns can do a lot for your self-confidence by fixing visual… Read more »

A Dental Implant Can Be Used to Restore a Badly Decayed Tooth

Tooth decay is always a serious matter. The complications to your oral health continue to escalate the longer you go without having it treated. In an extreme case, the decay can compromise the tooth so badly that your dentist’s only effective treatment option is to extract the tooth. When your gums are healed, Dr. might… Read more »

Information to Help You Find the Right Method for Whitening Your Smile

A smile that has been stained by dark foods and beverages, tobacco, or the general passage of time can leave you feeling self-conscious. Many people in a situation like this will contact Dr. to understand their options for regaining or maintaining a white smile. Brushing your teeth with a whitening toothpaste is a popular and… Read more »

Flossing is Important

Flossing is an important part of keeping your teeth in excellent health. Brushing alone is not enough to fight off cavities and prevent tooth decay. The bristles on your toothbrush cannot reach between your teeth. That is why flossing is there to keep plaque from forming between your teeth and help you in the fight… Read more »

Cracked Tooth: A Few Facts

Have you ever bitten into one of your favorite foods and heard a crack? As you probably know, this can be an extremely unpleasant experience. Often people feel that they can wait to have this problem addressed, but we recommend looking for treatment immediately. A cracked tooth could be caused by a cavity. If this is… Read more »

Enamel Erosion Can Often Be Countered by Increased Fluoride Exposure

If you could look at your tooth enamel through a powerful microscope, you would see a complex crystalline structure with mineralized textures and pores. As you go about your day the natural bacteria in your mouth as well as acidic foods and drinks can erode a microscopic amount of these minerals. Fortunately, exposing your teeth… Read more »