The Oral Hygiene Tips that Can Help You Keep Healthy and Strong Teeth

Your teeth are tough little chompers that you use regularly. If they are harmed or damaged in any way, it’s tough to chew, eat, smile, and even talk. This is why it’s important to take good care of your teeth so you can have the strongest and healthiest smile possible. To help you do so,… Read more »

No Dairy? No Problem

Calcium is important for healthy teeth. It helps fortify tooth enamel, which in turn protects the soft inner layers of the tooth–the dentin and pulp– from decay and cavities.   To get the recommended daily dose of calcium, many people turn to dairy products, as they are excellent calcium sources. But if you need to… Read more »

See How Much You Know About Toothpaste by Taking This Toothpaste Quiz

Your tube of toothpaste is a handy oral hygiene tool you use each day, but do you really know that much about it? Toothpaste might seem like a simple and self-explanatory thing, but it’s a little more complicated than you think. So, feel free to test your toothpaste knowledge my taking our dentist, Dr. ’s,… Read more »

What Are the Advantages of Crowns and Veneers?

If you are looking to restore or conceal a damaged or broken tooth, two highly effective options are dental crowns or dental veneers. However, which one is the better choice? Even though they can both upgrade and enhance the look of your smile, they function in different ways with different benefits to accomplish the task…. Read more »

The Fundamentals of Water Flossing

A key facet of oral health care is flossing your teeth every day. However, for older individuals and others, traditional thread may not be the most efficient or effective means of accomplishing the task of cleaning between teeth. In this case, consider opting in for water flossers instead. For a list of guidelines concerning water… Read more »

Get a Root Canal Restoration Today!

The most common types of tooth damage in the root and pulp are caused by an intruding cavity, cracked tooth, or injury to the tooth. This can be fixed with a root canal! Many myths surround root canal therapy, but it’s an unpainful procedure made possible with modern technology and advancements. Dr. and our dental… Read more »

How Can I Keep My Dental Crown in the Best Shape Possible?

Dental crowns are meant to restore your worn-down, broken, discolored, or severely decayed teeth. Once your crown is placed over your tooth, it can offer strong, beautiful, as well as natural-looking results. To maintain these results, you will need to take good care of your crown. To help you keep it in top-notch condition, our… Read more »

Crown or Filling? First, Get a Crown Lengthening

Before you get a filling or crown put in, your periodontist may inform you need a crown lengthening. What’s a crown lengthening you ask? It’s a simple procedure to make room for a dental fix if the gum is overlapping the tooth where a fix can’t be made. Another reason the gum is overlapping is… Read more »

Dental Fillings Remove Cavities and Repair Smiles

Dental fillings remove cavities and repair smiles. If tooth decay has occurred to the level that your tooth enamel has a significant amount of dental erosion, a hole may have formed in a tooth, called a cavity. To prevent infection and tooth loss, the cavity must be filled in with a dental filling, which is… Read more »

Whitening Toothpaste Can Help Remove Surface Stains After a Bleaching Treatment

Simple things like dark foods, dark beverages and tobacco use can make minor surface stains set into the surfaces of your teeth. If they’re not removed in a timely manner, these minor dental stains can start to permeate deeper and deeper into your tooth enamel. In a situation like this, your most effective method for… Read more »