Foods to Keep Your Oral Health Happy

Many foods can both strengthen your teeth and weaken your teeth. Many people know and understand that foods and sweets like sugars can damage your teeth. However, did you know some foods can keep your oral health happy? Well, it’s true! Our dentists, Dr. Joseph Solomon and Dr. Jared Solomon with in , , care about… Read more »

Modern Day Dentistry: Interdental Cleaners

One of the key oral health risks to your smile consists of harmful plaque and bacteria eating through tooth enamel and causing cavities. In order to protect your smile, it is important to establish functional oral hygiene routines on a daily basis. This includes brushing and flossing every single day. Just as you should brush… Read more »

Receive Dental Checkups, Not Cavities

If you are suffering from persistent dental discomfort, you could be experiencing one of the common signs of a cavity affecting your tooth enamel. We encourage you to visit the dentist every six months to receive important dental checkups to detect any cavities before they deeply affect the tooth enamel and reach the vulnerable inner… Read more »

The Treatment Options Available for Fixing Stained Teeth

Tooth discoloration can be caused by many things, including eating dark foods and drinking dark beverages, oral trauma, and age. Although tooth discoloration is quite common, it doesn’t mean it’s convenient. In fact, if you suffer from tooth discoloration, you likely feel self-conscious about the appearance of your smile and you likely have a lower… Read more »

Dental Restorations: Gum Disease Treatments

  Caring for your smile often includes a risk assessment to determine if any dental damage is occurring. In many cases, you may be suffering from oral health ailments such as gum disease and not even know it. Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, occurs when there is an infection of your gums. To… Read more »

Fall in Love with Your Smile Thanks to Dental Crowns

  If you are looking for a smile makeover and wish to do so without removing any teeth, it may be possible to save severely damaged or broken teeth. Even teeth that may be on the fast track for extraction could potentially be saved through the use of a dental crown. Dental crowns are highly… Read more »

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 »