An Undetected Health Issue Might Be Causing Your Chronic Bad Breath

Bad breath is often attributed to a recent meal or poor oral hygiene. In many of these cases, brushing your teeth or using a mouthwash may solve the problem. You should also keep in mind that chronic bad breath could be the sign of something more significant. If you have chronic bad breath, you may… Read more »

Different Ways for Treating a Dental Fracture

Dental trauma can damage a healthy tooth in a variety of ways. Even if the affected area  doesn’t cause you any initial discomfort, you should still have it examined by our dentist, Dr. . The size and location of the damage. And the tooth’s position in your smile enamel, will be factors the treatment plan… Read more »

A Tooth Lost to a Severe Dental Trauma Might Need a Bridge Restoration

Severe athletic injuries and traffic accidents can sometimes affect the mouth causing severe dental trauma. In some of these cases sufficient force is applied to a tooth to completely knock it out of its socket. If the tooth severely fractured at the gumline, or it was too compromised to be installed back into the periodontal… Read more »

Is Your Tooth Sensitivity Toothpaste Enough?

Sensitivity in your teeth can be more than just annoying; it could be a symptom of a significant problem in your smile, and a special desensitizing toothpaste may only be masking the issue instead of treating it. If you struggle with tooth sensitivity, notify our dentist so that we can identify the cause and develop… Read more »

The Facts About Your Handy Toothbrush

You use your toothbrush regularly. In fact, you most likely use it every morning and night to clean and care for your teeth and gums. Using this tool can help you have the top-notch oral health and smile you deserve because it can help you eliminate bacteria and other harmful substances from your mouth. To… Read more »

Tooth Hazard Planning

If you’re not already doing so, kick off the holiday season with a bang by practicing effective tooth hazard prevention planning and removing negative habits from your lifestyle. This includes reanalyzing lifestyle choices including the products you drink and eat, and bad habits that have lingered on for far too long. By improving your life,… Read more »

Dental Crowns Can Restore the Smile

Dental crowns are strong dental restorations that are also known as tooth caps. They replace the enamel and restore the health and function of the tooth. If you have a severely decayed, worn-down, weak, broken, or oddly shaped tooth, then your dentist, Dr. , might recommend fixing it with a dental crown. Dental crown treatment… Read more »

What Are the Best Tools For Dental Hygiene?

To have good oral hygiene, you must use good tools. Here is the rundown of the kinds of things you should be looking for in your dental hygiene products.   Brush: Choose a soft-bristled toothbrush that has been approved by the ADA. Replace your toothbrush every 3-4 months, even if the bristles look normal. Replace… Read more »

Oral Health Treatments: Tooth Decay Prevention

Although your summer smile may have been sparkling, just as the leaves fall away in Autumn, so too can your tooth enamel due to tooth decay. Tooth decay never stops fighting to destroy your enamel, and so your tooth decay treatment should never stop as well. Make sure you are brushing and flossing your teeth… Read more »

Be Sure to Only Use Effective Oral Hygiene Products

The American Dental Association advocates consistent oral hygiene practices to help prevent cavities, gum disease, and other oral health conditions. This starts by performing a daily oral hygiene regimen of brushing your teeth twice and flossing at least once each day. Do so will help clear your mouth of bacterial deposits to lessen the chances… Read more »