How We Treat Dry Mouth

Can you cure dry mouth? Regrettably, curing dry mouth is not possible. We’re terribly sorry if you’re suffering from dry mouth, and we will do all we can to aid you manage it. The following are a few things you should know about xerostomia. The goal of xerostomia treatment is to detect its causes, address… Read more »

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay 101

What are you aware of about treating baby bottle tooth decay? Review this post to find out more about the condition and what it means for you. In the early phases of baby bottle tooth decay, fluoride processing is typically sufficient to reverse the condition. As the condition elevates, restorative services like crowns and fillings… Read more »

Daily Flossing Is Essential for Preventing Periodontal Disease

The American Dental Association recommends brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing at least once. This basic daily oral hygiene regimen is designed to remove food particles, sugar residue, and plaque before they can lead to more serious oral health problems. Flossing the gumline and behind your rear molars each day is especially important…. Read more »

Timely Dental Care Is Needed to Treat a Toothache

General discomfort, increasing sensitivity, and toothache pain is often a sign that the tooth in question is in significant distress. It often indicates that the internal structure of the tooth has been affected by some form of dental trauma or tooth decay. If you have a distressed tooth, you need to seek timely treatment from… Read more »

Dental Fractures Can Vary in Severity and Require Treatment

Your teeth are intended to be strong enough to handle the basic act of efficiently chewing and breaking down food before swallowing. If you have a bad habit of nibbling on foreign items, improvising your teeth as tools, or biting your nails, you could exceed the strength of your tooth enamel causing a dental fracture…. Read more »

Stop These Habits at Work if You Want a Strong Smile

Sometimes work involves stress, and stress sometimes affects the teeth, whether it’s nervous habits or forgetting to do things. Unfortunately, there are things you can do to harm the smile and affect the oral health. So, no matter how stressed you are at work, it’s important to keep your smile in mind. In order to… Read more »

Is Your School Picture Day Coming Up? Here Are Some Tips on How to Have a Stunning Smile

Our dentist, Dr. , and dental team understand how important picture day is. In fact, it might be one of the most important days of the year. As you may already know, the smile is one of the most important characteristics of a picture. So, to help you have a beautiful smile you’re proud of… Read more »

CEREC®: A New Pathway to Restoring Your Smile

Dental technology is improving each and every day. Dentists around the world want to have top-of-the-line technology to help you have the strong and successful oral health you deserve. This is why your dentist, Dr. , uses CEREC® technology. CEREC is a high-tech dental machine that can create your dental crown. This is quite handy… Read more »

Tips on How to Choose the Best Toothpaste for Your Child

Your child deserves a strong and healthy smile. One of the only ways to help your child achieve that goal is by giving them the proper and effective oral hygiene tools to clean their teeth and gums regularly. To help you select the best toothpaste for your child’s little chompers, our dentist, Dr. , has… Read more »

A Tooth with a Missing Dental Filling is at Risk for a Severe Cavity

Dental fillings are often used to repair a small cavity or a minor dental fracture. They will replace the damaged or compromised tooth enamel with an alternate dental material. As the years go by inconsistencies in your daily oral hygiene routine and the passage of time can gradually start to weaken the bond between a… Read more »