Enamel Erosion and Tooth Sensitivity

While enamel – the outer layer of your teeth – is the strongest substance found within the human body, certain things can erode it. Soda, coffee, tobacco, and other foods high in sugar or acids do a number on your enamel. Oftentimes, this erosion of enamel is the underlying cause of tooth sensitivity. It’s worth… Read more »

Instructions on How to Properly Brush Your Child’s Smile

Dr. and our team care for your child’s smile and oral health, which is why we recommend brushing your child’s teeth twice a day. However, we understand that that might be a difficult task if you’re not sure how to properly clean their chompers in the first place. So, to help you keep your child’s… Read more »

Are You Planning a Trip? Here Are Some Tips to Help You Avoid Dental Emergencies

One of the worst things that can happen on a trip is a dental emergency. So, our team is happy to give you the tips and information you need to prevent dental emergencies at all costs. Those tips are: Avoid major dental treatment: If you need major dental treatment, like root canal therapy or dental… Read more »

Why You Might Need a New Filling

Healthy teeth and gums make for a vibrant, healthy smile. You can maintain good oral health by daily attention: brushing your pearly whites at least twice a day, for two minutes, flossing at least once a day, and keeping up with regular dental exams and cleanings. Still, even with the best of care cavities can… Read more »

Teeth Whitening and Complications

As you probably know, a smile is an essential part of making a good first impression. Similarly, you know that having a whiter smile can have a huge impact on a person’s confidence and quality of life. Tooth discoloration is caused by several issues, such as aging, certain medications, fluorosis, and even cavities. Fortunately, there… Read more »

Dental Sealants for Deeply Pitted Molars

It’s natural for the occlusal or biting surfaces of your molars and premolars to have small pits and fissures. These areas can sometime be hard to clean. The stuck-on food particles and plaque encourages tooth decay. It’s not uncommon for dentist to recommend dental sealants for teenagers or adults who are showing problems with keeping… Read more »

Losing Baby Teeth

In the first two to three years of your child’s life, 20 teeth will emerge from their gums. These primary teeth, also known as primary teeth, come loose and fall out as your child’s mouth and jaw structure continues to grow. By early to mid-adolescence, your child should have all 32 of their permanent teeth… Read more »

Long-Term Benefits of Dental Implants

Do you know what you can do to deal with badly broken or decayed teeth? Have you weighed the benefits of crowns, bridges, and implants? Have you been concerned because of how expensive implants are? If so, we invite you to read on to see more about the short-term and long-term benefits of implants. With… Read more »

Why to Choose Dental Crowns

Many people wish they can improve their smile and hide their damaged teeth. Dental crowns can assist with improving your teeth, so you no longer have to worry about many imperfections you have in your smile. Having a healthy, strong smile is very important to your everyday life, and dental crowns can help your smile… Read more »

The Best Spooky Sweets For Your Trick-Or-Treaters’ Teeth

Halloween is here, and you are busting out a witch’s cauldron and preparing to fill it with delicious goodies. But in-between hanging up spider’s webs and playing spooky sounds, you may wonder if there are better alternatives to giving children cavity-causing sweets. Here are some suggestions for you to use, from the best type of… Read more »