Oral Health Viewpoint: Dental Erosion

Your oral hygiene routines are often focused on the fundamental idea that you need to limit the risk of dental erosion. Dental erosion, also known as enamel erosion, occurs when harmful ingredients slowly wear down your tooth enamel. Typically, the destruction is a result of acids in your mouth. It is important to understand where… Read more »

Modern-Day Dentistry: Essential Oral Health Care Tips

When building a better smile, it’s important to start by building a better foundation. Even if you continually take care of your teeth and gums and keep them free of debris, it’s important to also avoid unhealthy habits that can cause oral accidents and injuries. Modern oral health care often depends on using the appropriate… Read more »

Tips on Caring for Bleeding Gums

Do your gums bleed? If so, you shouldn’t ignore it. Typically, it’s a sign that your oral hygiene is a little on the poor side, meaning you probably don’t floss enough (or you don’t floss properly) or you probably don’t attend your checkup appointments as much as you should. It’s important to care for your… Read more »

Protecting and Reinserting Knocked Out Teeth

In the event that one or more of your teeth gets knocked out of their sockets, there are some things you can do to preserve the tooth so the dentist can put it back in time. The first thing to do is to pick the tooth up by the crown, the top part of the… Read more »

The Reasons Why Your Smile Changes Color

Do you ever wonder why your tooth enamel changes color? If so, you have come to the right blog. Today, our dentist, Dr. , is happy to discuss the reasons why the smile changes. Unfortunately, some reasons you cannot control while others you can. The reasons for tooth discoloration include: -Tooth-staining foods and drinks (Like… Read more »

Enjoy the New Year with Your New Smile Thanks to Dental Damage Prevention

Did you know that the lifestyle habits you partake in can severely hinder your oral health? One of the easiest ways to cause harm to your teeth is through dental damage that arises from lifestyle choices and high-risk activities in your daily life. Although it is important always make sure you are doing your part… Read more »

Make a Decayed Tooth Look Natural Again With a Composite Dental Filling

Your mouth can develop a lot of dental problems as a result of poor oral hygiene habits, including complications from tooth decay. If the cavity can be plainly seen on the tooth, it may affect the overall appearance of your smile. Our dentist can place a composite resin dental filling to repair the tooth and… Read more »

Do You Need Dentures?

Did you know that tooth loss can result in tooth-crowding, difficulty eating and difficulty talking? That’s why lost teeth need to be exchanged for false teeth. Find out slightly more about risk factors for tooth loss by reading on below. You are perhaps susceptible to need of false teeth if you are vulnerable to tooth… Read more »

Flossing Fun For the Holidays

With everything to do during the holiday season, it’s easy to let our daily habits slide. Don’t let that happen to your dental hygiene habits! Let’s review some flossing techniques to make sure your teeth stay healthy and clean for this holiday season. Break off an 18” piece of single-filament floss and wind it around… Read more »

Oral Hygiene and Your Smile

Do you ever stop and think about how important your daily oral hygiene efforts are to your smile? They are crucial! You are the main line of defense when it comes to protecting your teeth and gums from the ravages of tooth decay and gum disease in between our dental cleanings and exams. You see,… Read more »