Tips on How to Resolve Dental Problems You Got During the Holiday Season

The holidays are full of food, pastries, sugary and acidic beverages, as well as candy. When you expose your teeth to these products, there is a good chance you could suffer a dental issue, like cavities, enamel erosion, and even gum disease, especially if you don’t keep up on oral hygiene. If you are suffering… Read more »

Demineralized Tooth Enamel Could Lead to a Dental Fracture

Each of your teeth is clad in an outer layer of strong tooth enamel. This durable material relies on dense, microscopic mineral crystals to give your teeth the strength to break down food while also resisting cavities. If you consume acidic beverages on a frequent basis, or if you fail to brush and floss your… Read more »

The Reasons Why You Should Use an Electric Toothbrush

Are you trying to decide between a manual and electric toothbrush? If so, our dentist, Dr. , is more than happy to help you. Fortunately, you can properly and effectively clean your teeth, gums, and smile with both oral hygiene tools. You can’t go wrong with either one. However, they are both quite different. So,… Read more »

What Can a Mouthwash Offer Your Oral Health?

When you think of what to put into your oral health care kit, a toothbrush, toothpaste, and a flossing tool usually make up the top three items to actively help you keep tooth decay and gums at bay. But there’s another item you might consider adding to the mix, and that is a therapeutic mouthwash…. Read more »

Teeth Grinding and Jaw Clenching

Reflecting on health, the average person thinks about nutrition and exercise. Positive choices in eating and physical activity are indeed important, but dental health is also a necessary point upon which to focus because of its relevance to the topic. Bruxism is the dental term for grinding teeth and/or clenching of the jaws. It may… Read more »

The Different Types of Dental Crowns

Are you about to restore your tooth with a dental crown? If so, our dentist, Dr. , is happy to tell you about the different types of dental crowns available so you can choose which one is best for you and your smile. The most common dental crowns used today include: -Ceramic crowns: These crowns… Read more »

A Summary on Dentures

Dentures are just those wind-up pearly whites things from TV, right? Actually, false teeth are dental appliances shaped to take the place of chompers in those without pearly whites, and they do a lot more than bounce around. Read on to find out how dentures help their wearers and how common they really are. False… Read more »

Plaque Buildup and Food Residue Can Harden into Tartar

When you eat a meal or drink a sugary beverage it can leave minute deposits in your mouth, even after you have swallowed. If food particles, a sugar residue, and plaque are not removed from your teeth by brushing your teeth and flossing each evening, they could gradually start to harden into tartar while also… Read more »

Maintaining Your Dental Work

Dental medicine has been a part of life since before recorded history. Fortunately, the science of the discipline has continued to improve over the years, and with innovations in technology, today’s dentist can do things to preserve and enhance your smile that would never even have occurred to the earliest practitioners. Dental implants, bridges and… Read more »

Dentistry Topic Data Blog: Halitosis

Have you ever suffered from bad breath before, or knew somebody who had bad breath? If so, you are well aware of the debilitating factors it produces and how stressful it can be on your life. Bad breath can affect all aspects of your life, including your social life and work life. Fortunately, it is… Read more »