Yearly Oral Health Reminders: Teeth Whitening Treatments

One of the most popular and common forms of dentistry in our modern world is teeth whitening treatments. Many individuals, especially those who wish to improve their work and social standings, seek whiter teeth for a brighter smile. According to studies, 96% of all adults believe an attractive smile makes a person more appealing. In… Read more »

Acidic Beverages Can Contribute to Enamel Erosion

Your tooth enamel is composed of a complex, dense structure of biologically generated mineral crystals. Their density is what gives your teeth the strength to perform the basic function of breaking down food, while also resisting cavity formation. If you struggle to consistently brush your teeth twice each day, and floss at least once, chronic… Read more »

A Bad Habit of Nibbling on Desktop Items Can Cause a Piece to Become Trapped Between Your Teeth

Sometimes bad oral habits can prove just as dangerous to your teeth and gums as poor oral hygiene. If you have a penchant for nervously nibbling on pens, pencils, and other desktop items, it’s possible for a small piece to break off in your mouth. In some of these cases, the fragment could potentially become… Read more »

The 411 on Fillings

No one wants to have a cavity. “Having Cavities” will never appear in a company’s mission statement, or in the Career Objectives section of a person’s resume. And if you brush twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste, floss before bed, and see your dentist for your regular cleanings and exams, your chances of getting… Read more »

Frequently Asked Questions about Cracked Tooth Syndrome

Do you suspect you may have cracked tooth syndrome—or do you simply want to know what it is? If so, you’ve found the right place! would be delighted to answer all your queries. Here are some frequently asked questions and their answers: What is cracked tooth syndrome (CTS)? Cracked tooth syndrome begins when a tooth… Read more »

If You Don’t Have Ready Access to Municipal Water, Your Teeth Could Be at Increased Risk of Suffering Dental Caries

Dental caries is another term used to describe a small cavity. They can occur when an acidic environment in your mouth starts to demineralize an area of tooth enamel. Fortunately, exposing your teeth to trace amounts of fluoride can help to restore some of the mineral strength of your tooth enamel to reduce your chances… Read more »

A Tooth That Can’t Viably Be Treated with a Root Canal Might Need to Be Replaced with a Dental Bridge

A root canal is an advanced dental treatment used to restore a tooth that has been compromised by a severe cavity or significant dental trauma. This endodontic therapy will effectively replace the internal structure of the tooth with a material sufficient for anchoring a dental crown. If bacterial tooth decay or dental trauma has severely… Read more »

Finding Relief for Tooth Pain

Have you ever had a toothache, or do you currently have pain in a tooth? If so, you know how unpleasant they can be. Pain in the mouth can be difficult to ignore, and the pain can even interfere with you going about your day. Today, Dr. and our experienced team would like to help… Read more »

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We all know that brushing and flossing are integral parts of good oral hygiene. But bad habits can creep up on us all, even with the best of intentions. Luckily, it’s never too late to brush up on your brushing habits! One of the habits that is easiest to slip into is not taking enough… Read more »

Are There Oral Health Risks in Your Diet?

Did you know that the foods and drinks you consume could be putting your teeth at an increased risk for dental erosion and other forms of other health ailments? In order to protect your teeth and gums from the ravages of the world, consider the following: – Sticky and chewy foods can be hazardous to… Read more »