Saving Your Tooth with a Root Canal

At the center of your tooth lies the pulp. The pulp is important because it contains the nerves and blood vessels necessary for keeping your tooth health. But the pulp can become damaged or diseased if it is infected through a cavity or crack in your tooth. Before the invention of the root canal, a… Read more »

Conquering Dental Anxiety

Dental anxiety is a very real thing for many people. While a fear of the dentist can be common, it can also keep you from getting the care your smile and your body needs, and can result in serious problems later on. To avoid those problems you need to get past your dental anxiety. To… Read more »

A Composite Dental Filling May Be Needed to Repair a Cavity That Appears When You Smile

Tooth enamel demineralization is often related to poor oral hygiene habits which lead to a build-up of bacterial deposits in the mouth. As oral plaque acids persist your teeth can become increasingly vulnerable to tooth decay. If your regularly scheduled dental checkup with our experienced team locate a cavity, we will likely recommend a follow-up… Read more »

A Tooth With a Big Cavity May Need a Dental Crown

Changes in the surface texture of a single tooth, sensitivity and persistent discomfort could herald a developing area of tooth decay. If you procrastinate having the affected tooth examined by my dental team, the cavity will gradually spread, which could cause significant complications. If you have noticed a problem with one of your teeth, you… Read more »

Oral Health Advisory: Tooth Hazards

It is important to always exercise caution with any tooth hazards that may be present in your life. Every time you find yourself partaking in a habit, ask yourself if it’s potentially dangerous to your teeth and gums. After a while, you’ll start realizing that a lot of lifestyle choices you have are actually extremely… Read more »

Water Flossers and Their Benefits if Threaded Floss is Failing You

If you are struggling using traditional tools when flossing between your teeth, it may be a good idea to consider investing in an alternative interdental cleaner such as a water flosser. Through the use of a water flosser, you can clean between teeth without worrying about ever using a thread. This can be extremely effective… Read more »

Better Smiles Begin With Teething Treatments

One of the biggest risks that children face in regard to the oral health care is due to teething. Although it often does not have any lasting effects, it can cause severe pain and discomfort for a child. Teething occurs when teeth slowly erupt above the gum line and become visible in the mouth. This… Read more »

Bring Out Your Child’s Best Smile With Thumb Sucking Prevention

Does your child suck their thumb? This is a common condition, as most children display this habit. Although it is not necessarily a bad habit, it is one that needs to be discouraged because it can lead to oral health damage and contamination. As an alternative, pacifiers can be used. However, they also contribute to… Read more »

Beware Early Signs of Oral or Pharyngeal Cancer

The American Dental Association recommends that you have a routine dental checkup performed by a dentist like Dr. every six months. This simple, but important appointment is designed to clean your teeth, while also detecting early signs of gum disease, tooth decay, and other oral health conditions. Every dental checkup administered at also includes a… Read more »

Enamel Fluorosis White Patches

To fight tooth decay, in 1945, our government started putting put fluoride into the public water system. As of the year 2000, forty-two of the fifty biggest population centers in the United States had water fluoridation. Because we discovered fluoride’s benefits, our proactivity has strengthened our people’s dental health. Only later did we discover what… Read more »