Restorative Dentistry: The Differences Between White and Silver Fillings

As you may already know, there are many different types of dental fillings in , , but which one should you use to restore your smile? Well, our team is happy to help you know more about the most commonly used dental fillings in the world today: white and silver fillings. -White fillings: White fillings,… Read more »

Dental Bonding Can Fix That Chipped Tooth

When you think of chipped teeth, you might think of hockey players or boxers in action, not yourself munching on some ice. But chipped teeth can happen any time and don’t have to be the result of a blow to the face. Fortunately, repairing a chipped tooth is easy and quick with dental bonding. Dental… Read more »

Thwarting Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

What is Baby Bottle Tooth Decay? Tooth decay in an infant or toddler is often referred to as baby bottle tooth decay. Baby teeth may be temporary, but they are important. Your child needs healthy, strong teeth so they can properly chew their food and speak. Strong teeth also help your child have a healthy-looking… Read more »

Dental Crowns for Children

If a tooth needs to have its shape, size, strength, and appearance restored, Dr. may recommend a dental crown in , . A dental crown, which is also called a cap, will completely cover the visible part of the tooth when it is cemented in place. Dental crowns are generally recommended for the permanent teeth…. Read more »

Whitening Toothpaste Can Brighten Minor Stains on Teeth

If your teeth have dulled and developed stains from dark foods, beverage or tobacco use, you might be interested in exploring your whitening options. The degree of staining on your teeth and the primary cause will go a long way towards determining which whitening products and procedures will be needed to meet your whitening goals…. Read more »

Germs on Your Toothbrush, Germs in Your Mouth

Do you wish you could do something to stop germs from getting into your mouth? Fortunately, there are a few things you can do. One thing you can do to fight off germs is care for your tooth brush properly. This means you should take a few minutes to rinse your toothbrush off each time… Read more »

Bleeding Gums: A Few Potential Causes

You probably know how important it is to remove plaque and you’ve probably heard that you should brush and floss every day—but do you know why? Sadly, plaque can lead to a variety of problems. Not removing plaque well enough could lead to gum disease, irritated gums, sensitive teeth, and damage to the jawbone. Unfortunately,… Read more »

Caring for Your Mouth When It Is Healing

If you have recently acquired braces, or have had oral surgery and your mouth is tender and sore, you will want to take extra care while your mouth is healing. There are foods and drinks to avoid while recovering, foods to choose, and ways to make them suitable during this time. If you have a… Read more »

Can You Improve Your Nightly Routine?

You probably know how important it is to brush your teeth every morning and night, but did you know that many people don’t brush as effectively as they could? In fact, some people consistently miss parts of their mouth altogether. This lets plaque and bacteria work in their mouth overnight. Fortunately, by establishing a few… Read more »

The Benefits of Partial Dentures

Partial dentures are a great option if you wish to replace your missing permanent teeth with a removable yet reliable dental appliance. A partial denture has a pink, gum-like base and it has false teeth attached to the top or bottom. This appliance is made specifically for your smile, and it should fit in the… Read more »