Your best defense against gum disease and tooth decay is first educating yourself.
We’ll provide the routine checkups and teeth cleaning, but you can provide yourself with the knowledge of things such as foods that are bad for your teeth, proper brushing techniques, and even what mouth wash to use. If you’re looking for some of those answers, you’ve come to the right place! Here is a library for all things dental.
What is Teeth Grinding? Teeth grinding, or the medical term Bruxism, is the act of grinding or clenching your teeth. Teeth grinding wears down tooth enamel over time which in turn makes it teeth more sensitive to the cold, food, drinks, and brushing your teeth. Teeth...read more
This is a common question and is something that is frequently searched for on the internet. It is almost a guarantee that at some point in your life you will have to get a cavity filled but don't worry it is not something that will hurt. A better word to describe...read more
Plaque is something that can often be unavoidable, however, using techniques to help prevent excessive plaque build up is something that should be routine in everyone's life. Having too much plaque can cause tooth decay, cracking, or other issues such as Gingivitis if...read more
1. Plaque and Tartar build up Even if you are consistent with your oral care routine there are spots that regular brushing and flossing can't clean. It's important to go to the dentist so that you can get those problem spots dealt with and cleaned properly. 2....read more
What’s better than a week at the beach? Or perhaps you and your family enjoy a nice mountain getaway in the winter? Whatever your favorite vacation destination may be, it’s always nice to have some time off to enjoy the things you love, with the people you love the...read more
Unfortunately, people view their oral health like they do their car. It’s something they’re not going to be able to keep their entire life. You can try to make some improvements here and there, and it’s a good idea to maintain it every once in a while, but in the end...read more
When people first discover their dental discomfort, they immediately think they have a cavity. However, cavities are not the only reason we experience pain in our mouths. There are multiple issues that can attack our oral health, and they should all be diagnosed by...read more
Through many years of research, doctors and scientists alike are finding shreds of evidence that tie gum disease and heart disease together. Essentially, researchers are finding that people who take care of their teeth are doing themselves a favor in the long run, as...read more
These days it’s not uncommon for the general public to enjoy a bit of cosmetic dentistry. Previously, cosmetic dentistry procedures seemed to be available only to those featured on a movie screen or a television picture. However certain services, such as teeth...read more
Some people go throughout their entire day, avoiding hot and cold food items because they yield painful results whenever their teeth come in contact with hot soup or cold ice cream. Unfortunately, sensitive teeth are a very common ailment amongst the US population....read more