Unique Insight on Aging and Dental Health

Even though we often think of our teeth as vulnerable as we age, it is possible to strengthen your tooth enamel to keep your teeth strong enough to last for the rest of your life. If you want your teeth to function for as long as you do, it is essential to make sure you’re… Read more »

Four Steps to Your Porcelain Dental Crown

If you are curious about how your new porcelain dental crown is created, we would be happy to provide you with an in-depth review. Dr. , with the help of our team and partnerships, creates custom-made dental crowns in just four steps. Initial preparation: Before we begin creating your dental crown, we need to ensure… Read more »

End of the Year Discussions about Jaw Pain

Because your jaw is such a complex part of your mouth, numerous ailments and problems concerning it can arise. Your jaw is responsible for opening and closing your mouth at all its many angles and assists in the support of your teeth. If anything should happen to your jaw, varying degrees of pain or similar… Read more »

A Chipped Dental Crown Needs to Be Treated by an Experienced Dentist

A dental crown is typically created from durable materials that can replicate the hardness of natural tooth enamel. Yet there are some unfortunate instances when an oral trauma can apply sufficient force to chip or fracture one of your dental crowns. If you find yourself in a situation like this, you need to seek timely… Read more »

Chewing Gum Increases Saliva Production

Sugar-free gum can help fight cavities! Chewing sugarless gum for about 20 minutes after you eat can help prevent tooth decay. Chewing gum’s effectiveness is actually due to a defense your body already has in place for protecting your mouth and teeth: saliva. As was suggested, it is the saliva, not the gum itself, that… Read more »

Oral Thrush: Treatment and Prevention

Have you ever heard of oral thrush? This is a condition wherein the fungus called candida forms along the lining of your mouth and tongue, creating spotted white lesions. These lesions may also spread to the roof of your mouth, gums or tonsils, or even the back of your throat. In addition to the lesions,… Read more »

Are Your Teeth Looking Dull and Flat?

Are your teeth beginning to look dull and flat? Have you been told that you snore or grind your teeth loudly while you sleep? If so, you may want to talk to your dentist about the possibility that you have bruxism. Bruxism is an oral health disorder wherein you grind and clench your teeth, usually… Read more »

A Chipped Tooth in the Front of Your Mouth Might Require a Composite Dental Filling

Your front teeth play an important role in biting off food. The teeth that appear in your smile also appear in many of your facial expressions. It’s also worth noting that certain things can place your front teeth at increased risk of suffering a chip or a dental fracture. This is even more likely to… Read more »

The Right Path to Take is a Dental Veneer

Where others may not see it, you may notice a small flaw in one of your front teeth and you don’t know how to fix it. The answer for your dental blemish is a dental veneer! This restorative procedure places a thin porcelain piece on top of the natural tooth to complete your smile. Dr…. Read more »

Dental Health Care Focus: Oral Cancer Screenings

Did you know that tens of thousands of individuals in the United States every year are diagnosed with oral cancer? Given how widespread it is, you should make the time to have a yearly screening to check for oral cancer. If you notice any anomalies in your mouth, speak with your dentist about setting up… Read more »