Floss Your Way to a Healthier Smile With These Five Tips

If you floss every day, good for you! Flossing is the best way to clean between your teeth and around your gums, and it’s important to exercise a proper technique. If you are concerned about the efficacy of your flossing, Dr. offers five tips to help you improve your oral health. Use a  dentist-recommended floss…. Read more »

What is Tooth Enamel Loss?

Your tooth enamel is the tough outer shell of each tooth. It’s very important for the health and strength of your smile, which is why it’s important to keep it in tip-top shape. Sadly, there are dental issues, like tooth enamel loss, that can compromise the health and function of the tooth enamel, leaving your… Read more »

What to Eat When You’re Expecting

If you want to support your baby to make a healthy body and healthy teeth, it’s imperative to be selective of the varieties of foods and drinks you eat and drink while you’re pregnant. You can use the following ideas to aid your baby to develop healthy chompers. As always, chomping a variety of foods… Read more »

Is a White Filling Right For Your Cavity?

If you develop a cavity in a tooth that is easily visible to others, you might want to talk to your dentist about using a composite, or tooth-colored filling to fix your problem. Composite fillings are made of a mixture of powdered glass and acrylic resin. While part of their appeal is that they adhere… Read more »

A Tooth That Has Lost a Dental Filling Might Need to Be Repaired by a Dental Crown

A dental filling can be used to repair minor defects in a tooth’s enamel layer. This is a common treatment method used to handle cases of dental attrition, minor dental fractures, and small areas of dental attrition. As the years go by it’s possible for the bond between the dental filling and the surrounding tooth… Read more »

Caring for Your Oral Health as You Age

Great health is precious, but that doesn’t mean that it will last forever. As people age, their oral health standings tend to fall faster and require additional maintenance, mouth muscles atrophy, taste buds become less sensitive and the tooth nerves shrink, making it more difficult to notice tooth pain or gum disease. If you’ve reached… Read more »

Continuing an Effective Oral Hygiene Routine

You probably know that oral hygiene is vital for strong and successful oral health. Still, we understand that keeping up an effective routine is difficult if you aren’t quite clear about the best way to care for your smile. In order to help you, we at have outlined all steps involved in taking pristine care… Read more »

How to Rock a Pristine Breath

Having an odorous breath can be quite inconvenient, especially while you’re socializing. Fortunately, there are things you can do to eliminate the odor and rock a fresh and pristine breath. Our dentist, Dr. , knows all about the secrets about fresh breath, and will be happy to tell you all about them. The first thing… Read more »

Take Your Oral Health Care to New Heights with Dental Veneers

Have you ever wished for a smile that can rival those seen in magazines or on the television with your favorite celebrities? If so, dental veneers are the cosmetic dentistry service you have been searching for. These are often the same as those used by celebrities for their smiles. You can take your oral health… Read more »

Caring for Your Teeth as You Age

Some people forget to factor teeth into the aging process, believing that their pearly whites will last longer than the rest of the body without giving it much thought. Others assume that when one reaches a certain age, it will be time for dentures. Neither of these beliefs are accurate. Your teeth will age right… Read more »