Make Sure Your Child’s Toothpaste Has Been Approved by the American Dental Association

Helping your child prevent cavities and periodontal health problems is an important step in getting them started off right. You can start brushing and flossing all your child’s teeth as soon as they develop and emerge from the gums. Consistency in your child’s daily routine will help keep them encouraged to brush twice a day… Read more »

What to Do with a Knocked-Out Tooth

Whether you got it knocked out during an intense basketball game, or you tripped and hit the sidewalk particularly hard, a knocked-out tooth presents a lot of questions. Like, what do you do with it? And can you get it put back in? There are a few different options you have to deal with your… Read more »

Improvements in Oral Health Care: Dental Bonding

Are you familiar with the benefits that dental bonding treatments can provide for your smile? There are several different ways that dental bonding treatments can repair damage to a tooth. Even if you have suffered minor damage to the surfaces of teeth, dental bonding treatments can often be used to help. Some of the advantages dental bonding… Read more »

Try These Tips for Treating Your TMJ Disorder

Does your jaw cause you intense pain or becomes stiff throughout the day? Do you hear noises your jaw makes as you move it? If this sounds like you, you could be experiencing temporomandibular joint disorder, which needs to be addressed and treated to reduce your pain and restore the health of your jaw. That… Read more »

Keep Your Smile Healthy and Happy as You Age

Do you know how to keep your smile healthy and happy as you age? If not, you have come to the right blog! Your oral health is essential, and by keeping it in check, you can keep your teeth strong and healthy throughout your life. Our dental experts, Dr. Joseph Solomon, and Dr. Jared Solomon… Read more »

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 »