A Tooth with Cracked Enamel Might Need a Crown

Unfortunately, there are times when a hard fall or blow to the face can crack your tooth’s enamel. If the crack is limited to the enamel layer and the internal structures of the tooth are not threatened, your dentist, Dr. , might recommend replacing the entire enamel layer with a dental crown in , …. Read more »

Ignored Cavities may need Root Canals

Even a small cavity or area of tooth decay has the ability to spread quickly. Should a cavity go ignored or unrepaired for too long the decay might extend deep into the pulp or root of the tooth. In a case like this often advocates having a root canal to extract the decayed material and… Read more »

Common Causes of Stained Teeth

There’s nothing quite like a bright, vibrant smile. Unfortunately, there are things we do every day that work to darken those pearly whites. Here are a few common causes of staining in teeth. Foods & Beverages There are a few common food items we regularly consume that can leave stains on our teeth. These include… Read more »

How Do I Choose a New Toothbrush?

When it comes time to choose a new toothbrush, finding the perfect replacement can be time-consuming, especially if you plan to switch styles or brands. Fortunately, toothbrush shopping is a lot quicker and easier if you know what to look for, which is quality and comfort. Keep in mind that there are two types of… Read more »

Dealing with a Problematic Filling

Even though a filling is meant to last a long time, it’s not unheard of for one to fall out. Large fillings and old fillings are more likely to be lost. If you noticed that you are missing a filling, you should call Dr. as soon as possible to schedule an appointment. The longer you… Read more »

Spring Clean Your Teeth for a Healthy Smile

March is here and spring is finally on the way, a time of renewal. The lighter, longer days make us feel like hitting the reset button after the heavier days of winter. If you are feeling the spring cleaning bug, don’t forget to renew your oral habits for a healthier smile! Commit to Flossing: The… Read more »

Common Materials for Your New Filling

A small area of decay on the enamel of one of your teeth, is commonly referred to as a cavity. Your dentist can usually repair a small cavity in a simple procedure where they remove the decayed enamel and fill it with a material that is not subject to tooth decay. Your dentist will recommend… Read more »

The Tips You Need to Maintain a Strong Oral Health During Pregnancy

As you prepare to grow your family, it’s important that you care for your smile during pregnancy so you can have a strong and successful oral health once the nine months are completed. To help you take good care of your smile, Dr. and our team at strongly recommend that you do the following things… Read more »

What Does Teething Look Like?

Taking good care of a baby’s oral health starts even before that first tooth erupts. Caring for your baby’s gums sets the stage for good oral health as the teeth emerge. A baby’s tooth buds actually form while mom-to-be is in her second trimester. When the roots form they force crown to move upward. Eventually… Read more »

Flossing is an Important Part of your Daily Hygiene Routine

Brushing your teeth and attending your twice annual dental checkups, are important cornerstones for good oral health. While brushing your teeth with abrasive toothpaste helps to remove food particles and plaque from the surfaces of your teeth, there are some places it simply can’t clean. Flossing your teeth immediately after brushing, helps to remove food… Read more »