An Overview on Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

If you don’t watch out for your child’s teeth while they still have some, you might end up spending a lot more time in our office when your child becomes a teenager. Baby teeth, while temporary, are critical to the overall dental wellbeing of a child, and they set the foundation for health in adulthood…. Read more »

All You Need to Know About Night Guards

If your , Dr. , recommended wearing a night guard to protect your teeth, then you most likely suffer from bruxism or the TMJ disorder. The night guard can help you protect your teeth and jaw while you rest. To tell you a little more about night guards in , , our dental team has… Read more »

Dentistry Topics for Beginners: Dental Floss

Have you ever thought about all the ways that dental floss could enhance your smile? Although numerous other oral health care cleaning tools are highly effective at keeping your mouth safe, very few are designed to clean between teeth. An interdental cleaner such as a threaded dental floss or a water flosser is essential for… Read more »

Dental Checkups Include a Routine Oral Cancer Screening

Attending a routine dental checkup at Dr. ’s clinic every six months is critical for reducing your chances of suffering from cavities, gum disease, and other oral health conditions. This includes cleaning and polishing your teeth, as well as a thorough examination of your mouth. If our dentist finds a condition developing, can help you… Read more »

A Dentist’s Response to Seven FAQs About Cavities

Many patients have questions about cavities, and Dr. is excited to answer seven FAQs about cavities: What is a cavity? Cavities are the tiny holes that appear in the tooth enamel, the hard outer layer of a tooth. How do cavities happen? The sugars present in your food produce tooth enamel-attacking acids. Bacteria left on… Read more »

A Latent Toothache Could Be Caused by a Recent Blow to the Face

Sometimes an accidental household fall or blow to the face during sports can cause minor oral trauma. At first, it might only appear that the soft tissues in your mouth were harmed. Then a few days after the incident it might notice increased toothache pain or discomfort in the underlying periodontal tissues. This delayed pain… Read more »

So You Need Dentures

Sometimes, oral emergencies cause you to lose teeth. This could be due to an accident, tooth decay, or other oral emergency. Whatever the reason, dentures are a great option for filling in your smile! There are two kinds of dentures, partial dentures and complete dentures. They are fairly similar, with two key differences. The first… Read more »

Oral Health ABCs: Sleep Apnea Care

Have you ever visited your dentist for a sleep apnea examination? Sleep apnea is a common oral health condition that arises due to irregular breathing patterns while you sleep. Numerous factors can lead to sleep apnea, including how you sleep at night, genetic factors, family history, and gender. Obstructive sleep apnea is a form of… Read more »

How to Fight Plaque

If you want a top-notch smile and oral health, then you need to fight plaque on a regular basis. Plaque is a toxic substance that latches onto the teeth and harms them as well as the gums. It is likely to promote and create tooth decay and gum disease if you leave it on your… Read more »

How to Battle Tooth Decay

Here at in , , we battle tooth decay in our patients every day. As part of our fight against cavities and gum disease, we’d like to provide you with some important information to help you join us in the war against tooth decay. First of all, what is it? Tooth decay occurs when bad… Read more »