There Are Several Options for Repairing a Chipped Tooth

A single chipped tooth needs care and repair to prevent tooth decay from forming in the chipped tooth enamel. This can often be accomplished by having your dentist apply a single filling. However, there are some instances where multiple teeth can get chipped. This might be a result of grinding your teeth or an accidental… Read more »

If You Are Missing Multiple Teeth, You Might Be a Good Candidate for a Custom Partial Denture

It’s not uncommon for a hard blow to the face to damage or knock out multiple teeth in one area of your mouth. At the same time, multiple teeth suffering from advanced tooth decay can also be lost, which makes it hard to restore the smile with a dental bridge. In a case like this,… Read more »

Caring for Cosmetic Dental Work

Congratulations! You’ve just finished your last appointment with Dr. at in , to cosmetically fix your smile. However, just because your cosmetic dental work is finished, doesn’t mean your responsibility is over. Cosmetic dental work requires the same care and attention as regular teeth, otherwise it’ll go bad and wreak havoc on your oral health…. Read more »

Using Whitening Strips to Brighten Your Smile

As time passes it’s not uncommon for you to experience for stains to darken the teeth in your smile. This could be compounded by other imperfections like past dental work that no longer matches the current shade of your tooth enamel. In a situation like this, many people will consult with the dental professionals at… Read more »

What Stains Tooth Enamel

Did you know that the enamel on your teeth – their outermost layer – is the strongest substance in the human body? Even though it’s incredibly strong, a lot of different activities can stain the enamel of your teeth, leaving you with a less-than-desirable smile. With that in mind, let’s take a look at a… Read more »

A Fractured Tooth Requires Our Attention

A fracture or damage to one or more of your teeth can seriously compromised the function of your mouth and your ability to chew food. Fractures are most commonly caused by accidental blows to the face. However, you are even more likely to suffer a fractured tooth if you grind your teeth at night, nibble… Read more »

Concerns About a Loose Bridge

Your bridge is securely cemented onto a pair abutments formed from the two closest teeth to the tooth that was lost. Even though the cement is intended to anchor the bridge securely, there are a few rare instances that can cause one or both ends to come loose. A significant blow to the face or… Read more »

Where to Find Sources of Fluoride

Fluoride is a mineral that is important to dental health, as it strengthens the tooth enamel. The teeth become more resistant to acid attacks from bacteria in the mouth. Fluoride helps prevent tooth decay and can even reverse early tooth decay. So, where can I find fluoride, you may ask? Fluoride is found in many… Read more »

The Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Root Canals

Before you get nervous or frightened about your upcoming root canal treatment, it’s best to do your research and find out what this restorative therapy is all about. Our team believes that the more you know about root canal treatment, the more comfortable you will feel in the dental chair. So, to help you have… Read more »

Are You Experiencing Tooth Pain?

If you are experiencing tooth pain, or you feel pain when you chew food, or have a tooth that is sensitive to hot and cold, you may have developed a dental carie. And if that is the case, you are not alone. Dental caries, or cavities, are holes that can form in the teeth from the effects… Read more »