Protecting Your Teeth With Baking Soda and Water

When you catch the flu, you can expect an upset or queasy stomach. Despite being a relatively common, if unpleasant, part of life, vomiting can negatively affect your teeth. Lucky for us, a relatively simple solution may be available to halt these effects. When you vomit, the acids in your stomach leave their designated area… Read more »

Oral Health Advice for Kids

Do you want to help your kid have the top-notch oral health they deserve? If so, our dentist, Dr. , is happy to help you by giving you the tips you need. There are things you can do regularly to keep your kid’s teeth, gums, and smile in the best shape possible. Those things are:… Read more »

Antiseptic Mouthwash Can Help Kill Additional Oral Bacteria

The American Dental Association advocates a consistent oral hygiene routine to help remove bacterial matter before it can contribute to oral health problems like tooth decay and periodontal disease. This is based on a daily focus of brushing your teeth each morning and night, as well as remembering to thoroughly floss at least once each… Read more »

An Old or Large Dental Filling Might Need to Be Replaced with a Dental Crown

As a dental filling ages, it’s bond with the surrounding tooth enamel may degrade. This process can be accelerated by poor oral hygiene conditions in the mouth. Additionally, large dental fillings and dental fillings on the biting surface of a tooth sometimes fail sooner than smaller fillings. If you have a problem with a dental… Read more »

Important Tips About Composite Dental Fillings

The holiday season brings with it plenty of joys. However, numerous oral health risks are also present. Make sure you do everything you can to protect your smile from the dangers that can arise this holiday season, including sugary hazards that are present. If you fail to take care of your mouth properly, dental erosion… Read more »

Do You Need a Root Canal? Learn More About It Here

You may have heard your dentist use the term “root canal,” but what it is and why do you need one? Dr. , our skilled dentist, can tell you more about the nature and benefits of a root canal. The proper term for a root canal is “root canal treatment” or “root canal therapy,” as… Read more »

How to Ease Dental Anxiety

Dental anxiety can strike at any age and is nothing to be ashamed about. If this is something you experience, feel free to tell our dentists all about it. That way we can prepare to make sure that your visit will be comforting, pleasant, and beneficial for your health. Here are some tips that might… Read more »

Orofacial Pain and Treatment

If you break the term orofacial apart, you can easily see that it is any pain that it is composed of oral and facial – that is, any pain of the face and mouth. This is not an unusual problem. In fact, 22% of U.S. residents reported having some kind of orofacial pain during a… Read more »

Will a Composite Filling Work for Your Cavity?

You may not normally think about the mechanics of your mouth, but it is worth noting that your bite can produce a great deal of pressure. Not as much as a Great White Shark, but you still put a great deal of force into your bite. But not all teeth receive the same amount of… Read more »

Get Your Child’s Smile Ready for Halloween by Using Our Tips

Halloween is a fun time of year that involves decorating the house, planning parties, picking costumes, and eating immense amounts of candy. As you may have already guessed, the smile isn’t quite fond of this holiday, especially because of the risks of dental issues. However, if you prepare now, that doesn’t have to be the… Read more »