How to Stop Your Gum Recession

Do you suffer from gum recession? If so, your gums tend to move away from your teeth and expose their roots. This makes the teeth look long and it can even cause tooth sensitivity. This oral tissue condition is usually caused by things irritating the gums. Sometimes it can be plaque, brush bristles, and the… Read more »

Dentistry Blog for Beginners: Bruxism

Do you have lockjaw, facial pain, or teeth that look overly worn? Are you experiencing any kind of pain or heightened sensitivity when you wake up in the morning? If so, you may be under the effects of an oral health condition known as bruxism. Bruxism occurs when you grind and clench your teeth while… Read more »

Professional At-Home Teeth Whitening Benefits

If you’re interested in whitening your smile, then you should consider our at-home professional teeth whitening treatment. This treatment can help you achieve the smile goals you want and it can benefit you during the process. To help you know more about this treatment, our , Dr. , is happy to list some benefits of… Read more »

Increase Your Dental Knowledge on Cavity Prevention Treatments

Keeping your smile safe from the risk of dental erosion is a difficult task. However as long as you’re employing proper techniques, you can keep your smile safe in the face of dental damage. In addition, always make sure you’re cleaning your smile correctly, eating the right foods, living the proper lifestyle, and tossing out… Read more »

Do You Follow These Six Dental Health Rules?

Proper dental habits are the key to lifelong dental health, but many patients don’t have the knowledge or resources to care for their smiles. We hope you are practicing these six rules already, but we encourage you to review them regardless: 1. Visit the dentist at least twice a year. Your dentist may determine if… Read more »

Ask Your Dentist About Receiving a Dental Filling for Tooth Decay

Dr. often recommends a dental filling to treat a tooth that has a cavity and replace any missing tooth structure. With dental fillings at , we can repair and strengthen your tooth to keep it healthy for years to come. To begin the process of placing a dental filling, we numb the area with a… Read more »

The Reason for Your Dry Mouth

If you are dehydrated or nervous, your mouth can become dry. That’s normal. Drink some water and the problem will be solved. However, if this happens consistently, it may be a sign of an underlying issue that should be addressed. It can also be the cause of other oral problems, like tooth decay or gum… Read more »

Toothbrush Care Guidelines

If your toothbrush is contaminated or worn, it may do more harm than help. When you want to keep your teeth clean and clear of dangerous debris and bacteria, brushing is key – but only if you take care of your toothbrush, too. Here are some guidelines to follow: – An effective toothbrush has soft… Read more »

Is A Flipper Right For You?

Missing teeth can be embarrassing, especially if you are missing your front teeth. Your dentist can suggest tooth replacement procedures with you, but a good temporary solution is a flipper. A flipper is not exactly a true denture. Rather, it is a retainer made out of acrylic with prosthetic teeth attached to the front. They… Read more »

Should You Get a Dental Implant or a Bridge?

It is important to replace missing teeth. Not only are there cosmetic benefits to a full smile, but a complete set of teeth will make it easier for you to speak and to eat. Additionally, empty spaces in your smile give plaque and bacteria extra places to collect, and allow your teeth to drift out… Read more »