Important Dental Insight on Dental Veneers

  Dental damage in the form of oral accidents and injuries can arise at any time. In many cases, your teeth make suffer damage that only appears cosmetically. Even though your teeth may be safe from further harm, they may not be as beautiful as you would like. In order to properly restore them, tooth… Read more »

Special Oral Hygiene Tools Can Help Clean Hard to Reach Places in Your Mouth

The American Dental Association recommends brushing your teeth twice each day and making a conscious effort to thoroughly floss between each of your teeth, as well as along the gumline. This basic oral hygiene regimen is designed to remove bacterial matter from your mouth before it can contribute to problems with tooth decay and periodontal… Read more »

Dental Sealant Installation

Dental sealants, the thin, protective coatings that defend against cavity-causing bacteria, can be a great investment: what could be better to invest in than your own health? Lots of our patients have asked us about how oral sealants are installed. Here is some data for you if you have been wondering the same thing. Oral… Read more »

Keep Teeth Clean This Holiday Season

The holiday season gives plenty of opportunities for snacking and sugary treats. This can be fun, but it also makes it even more important to keep up on the basics of dental hygiene. Brush: The American Dental Association recommends you brush your teeth for 2 minutes, twice a day. Use short (tooth-wide) back and forth… Read more »

Dry Mouth: All You Need to Know

Dry mouth is a common problem for many people. Now, let’s get this straight: If you have a dry mouth every once in awhile, you don’t have the condition dry mouth, which is also known as xerostomia. But if you have consistent dry mouth, you most likely do. If you do, it’s best to consult… Read more »

Oral Thrush: What Is It?

Do you have white incisions or a white rash on your tongue and/or the walls of your cheeks? Are they raised and do they appear at all like cheese? If so, you might have a condition known as oral thrush or oral candidiasis. This infection is caused by the fungus candida, and it can impact… Read more »

Keeping Your Back Teeth Cavity-Free

Your back teeth, known as your molars and premolars are specifically designed to chew and grind your food, in order to make it easier to swallow and digest. To do that, your back teeth have ridges known as cusps. Those cusps do a great job of crushing up your food, but they also provide places… Read more »

Tooth Hazards: A List

Protecting your pearly whites from injury is an imperative at , and we understand that you’re not always going to be in our office. That’s why we, along with Dr. , have put together a list of tooth hazards for your benefit. Read over this list and commit to shield your pearly whites by evading… Read more »

Increased Fluoride Exposure Can Strengthen Your Teeth to Help Prevent Dental Caries

Dental caries occurs when an acidic environment builds up in your mouth. As the plaque acids from poor oral hygiene increase, it can start to demineralize an increasing amount of tooth enamel. This gradually allows the natural bacteria in your mouth to create a large area of tooth decay. Fortunately, exposing your teeth to fluoride… Read more »

Dental Veneers Can Easily Improve the Appearance of the Teeth in Your Smile

Cosmetic and minor physical imperfections that appear on the teeth in your smile can drastically affect your appearance. Rather than living with decreased self-confidence, you should consider scheduling a consultation appointment with Dr. . In a single appointment can assess the nature and severity of the imperfections on your teeth and provide you with the… Read more »