Protecting Your Tooth Enamel

Believe it or not, the enamel on your teeth is the toughest substance in your body. Its job is to protect your teeth from plaque, tartar, sugar, bacteria, and acids that will damage your teeth. It also shields the inner parts of your teeth from heat and cold, allowing you to eat and drink. However,… Read more »

Help Your Child Think More About Their Chompers This Halloween by Doing These Things

Do you want your child to think more about their smile this Halloween? If so, you have come to the right blog! Our dentist, Dr. , is happy to give you the tips you need so your child can focus a little more on their chompers. That way they can have a healthier Halloween this… Read more »

Cold Sores Are Extremely Contagious

Cold sores are common and contagious viral infections that present themselves around your mouth area. Whether they’ve experienced a cold sore or not, about 90% of adults worldwide test positive for this virus. This means the virus is dormant in their body, and manifest itself at any time. Cold sores have three stages: itching, blisters,… Read more »

Protecting Your Back Teeth with Dental Sealants

The teeth in your smile have different functions. In the case of your back teeth, or your molars and premolars, their job is to grind your food in order to make it easier to swallow and digest. To do this, they come equipped with ridges, known as cusps that help to break down your food…. Read more »

Dental Attrition Can Lead to More Significant Complications

Deviations in the alignment of your teeth can do more than leave you with an unappealing smile. As time goes on the improper relationship between multiple teeth in your bite pattern can gradually start to wear down the tooth enamel. If this condition of dental attrition is not addressed in a reasonable amount of time,… Read more »

Preparing Your Smile for Healthy Food Choices

Are you aware that while there are many foods that can damage or destroy your teeth, there are also many foods that can build and strengthen them? Even though the process of chewing and eating will wear your smile down over the years, there are many substances that can keep your teeth strong for a… Read more »

Specially Formulated Toothpaste Can Help Address Specific Dental Conditions

The American Dental Association recommends brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing at least once. This daily oral hygiene routine is designed to clear away bacterial deposits to help prevent gum disease and tooth decay. Most households use a toothpaste that includes mild abrasives and added fluoride. This helps to clean away bacterial matter… Read more »

How Can I Prevent a Tooth and Mouth Injury?

If you wish to keep your smile in tip-top shape, it’s important to prevent tooth and mouth injury as much as possible. Unfortunately, oral injuries are quite common, especially for babies who are just learning to walk, kids who do dangerous things, and people who play high-contact sports. Luckily, there are things you can do… Read more »

Flossing Tips

Many of us remember to brush at least twice a day, But it also may be tempting to brush, use our mouthwash, and be on our way. So in a rush to get out the door in the morning, or the desire to get to bed at night, we may forget a powerful ally in… Read more »

Your New Dental Work Still Needs Focus in Your Oral Hygiene Regimen

Dental work, like bridges and crown restorations, are typically created in a professional dental lab out of special materials that are immune to bacterial decay. However, the health of the surrounding gums and the abutment that holds the dental work in your mouth can still be threatened by poor oral hygiene. Gum disease could potentially… Read more »