Learning Oral Health Facts on Dental Bonding

  If you wish to drastically enhance the look of a tooth, there are numerous treatments to consider. One highly effective option that tends to be popular is dental bonding. Dental bonding applies materials directly to the surfaces of teeth that are tooth-colored in appearance, so they will blend in easily. With a dental bond,… Read more »

You May Have Gum Disease If You Have These Risk Factors

Gum disease, which may be the most widespread oral condition we see, impacts about half of the total number of adults in the U.S. While a lot of what causes gum disease comes down to which food choices we make, there are also multiple risk factors you should be cognizant of. Here are some of… Read more »

Are You Suffering from Tooth Sensitivity? Follow these Guidelines to Get Relief

No one wants to hurt when they eat ice cream or other cold foods and drinks. If you’ve been dealing with sensitive teeth, read today’s blog to seek out the relief you desire! There are a few culprits in tooth sensitivity, which includes: – Enamel Breakage, which can be caused from tooth decay, fractured tooth… Read more »

Root Canal Therapy May Be the Last Hope for a Decayed Tooth

Undiagnosed and untreated tooth decay will continue to advance across a tooth until it has compromised the dental structure. You may begin to experience tooth sensitivity and dental pain as a result of bacteria infiltrating the nerve of the tooth. When tooth decay reaches the inner portion of the tooth, root canal therapy may be… Read more »

What to Do If You Swallow Mouthwash

Mouthwash is a great oral hygiene tool that can help you reach your smile and oral health goals. As you use the product, it’s best to follow the instructions for the best results possible and also avoid swallowing it. Now, sometimes the rinse is accidentally swallowed. If this happens to you, our dentist, Dr. ,… Read more »

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 »