Avoid These Tooth Brushing Habits for a Top-Notch Oral Health

Do you want a top-notch oral health and smile? If so, you need to properly and effectively brush your teeth. Unfortunately, this might be a tougher task than you think, especially because there are bad tooth brushing habits that can affect your teeth and gums. The good news is that if you avoid these habits,… Read more »

Maintain Optimum Oral Health with Cosmetic Dentistry

Did you know there is an entire branch of dentistry dedicated to enhancing the look of your smile? It’s true, and it is known as cosmetic dentistry. Although cosmetic dentistry is often thought of as procedures designed only to enhance the look of your smile, the truth is that many procedures within cosmetic dentistry not… Read more »

The Trick Behind the Treats: How Sugar Affects Your Smile

Trick-or-treating time is upon us, and with it comes a copious amount of candy and sweet treats. This could bring a smile to anyone’s face–but do you know how to take care of that smile despite the sugary goodies? To make educated decisions about how much candy to eat and when, you need to understand… Read more »

Outcomes of Using Mouthwash

Toothpaste and floss are two of lots of wonderful dental tools that are at your disposal as a lifelong dental health devotee. Mouthwash is one product you might want to think about using. Using mouthwash could be a good addition to your oral health routine if you have a hard time with stinky breath. Though… Read more »

Dentistry Topic Data Blog: Dental Crowns

Have you ever heard of dental crowns? A dental crown is a cosmetic dentistry treatment that is used to restore damaged or unsightly teeth. If a tooth whitening treatment is not enough to fully remove deep stains or discolorations, a dental crown can be used to fully cover up the tooth. Furthermore, dental crowns are… Read more »

Signs of a Toothpaste Allergy

Toothpaste allergies are rare, but they certainly do happen. Here are four typical allergic reactions to a toothpaste: -Changes in the mouth: Your teeth and gums may become rather sensitive. You might feel your tongue or the inside of your mouth swell up, or you may notice increased redness or mouth sores that aren’t healing…. Read more »

Check Your Smile for Oral Cancer Symptoms

The best thing you can do for oral cancer is to regularly have checkups with oral cancer screenings. Detecting oral cancer is often the key to recovery so make sure you always attend regularly scheduled oral cancer screenings as needed. Always keep track of any changes to your oral health and be mindful of the… Read more »

A Chipped Tooth Can Cause Increasing Sensitivity

If you nervously chew on foreign objects, nibble your fingernails, or have a bad habit of using your teeth as if they were tools, then you are placing your teeth at increased risk of suffering a chip or dental fracture. Even if the damage is limited to the tooth enamel layer, it could cause increased… Read more »

A Better Smile Awaits When You Use a Water Flosser

For some people, traditional dental floss may not work effectively. If you are one of those people, you might think about trying a water flosser. With a water flosser, you can reach and rinse areas that are hard to get with your toothbrush. A better smile awaits with a water flosser. Consider the following: –… Read more »

Enhancing Your Tooth with a Dental Veneer

Are you about to enhance your smile with dental veneers? If so, Dr. and our dental team are so excited for you! Dental veneers cover your teeth, disguise your imperfections, and beautify your smile. To help you know what to expect while you’re in the dental chair, we would be happy to explain the steps… Read more »