Treatments to Reduce Tooth Sensitivity in Your Life

If you frequently suffer from sensitive teeth, your discomfort does not need to be a permanent part of your smile. If you are tired of having to carefully select foods that won’t irritate your teeth, our dentist and team would be happy to lend our assistance! We invite you to try the following methods to… Read more »

Why Are Dental Checkups Important?

Dental checkups are recommended every six months. This is because they are vital for a top-notch oral health and smile. Our dentist, Dr. , encourages you to avoid forgetting about or delaying your appointments. To help you understand why dental checkups are important, our dental team is happy to list the reasons, which are: -Dental… Read more »

A Dental Filling Might Be Needed to Repair a Small Cavity

A small area of tooth enamel might gradually become demineralized as a result of poor oral hygiene or trapped bacterial deposits. As a cavity starts to become established, you might notice increased discomfort or gradually worsening sensitivity. If the area of tooth decay is on the lingual surface of a tooth, you might also notice… Read more »

Learning Oral Health Facts on Dental Anxiety Treatments

Never be afraid to speak with your dentist about any oral health care treatment you can receive, including those that may trigger any dental anxiety you may suffer from. Dental anxiety commonly arises from the fear associated with visiting your dentist. To keep your smile safe, it is always a good idea to receive earplugs… Read more »

How Do Dental Sealants Protect Your Molars?

Cavities and tooth decay are always trying to invade your smile. This is why your daily efforts, brushing, flossing, along with seeing your dentist routinely, all work together to keep your teeth safe from harm. But sometimes that is not enough to keep cavities out, and that is why dental sealants are good for certain… Read more »

A Dental Filling Might Be Able to Treat a Single Surface Area of Tooth Decay

The various surfaces of your teeth have shapes and contours to match the specific tooth’s function in your mouth. This allows you to efficiently break down food into small pieces that can be safely swallowed. Sometimes the contours and spaces between your teeth can trap tiny food particles and plaque buildup. If these bacterial deposits… Read more »

There are Different Ways to Treat a Fractured Tooth

A fractured tooth can vary in severity depending on the size of the specific tooth, as well as the area of the fracture. While some dental fractures can cause persistent pain or sensitivity, others might not cause any immediate distress. The severity of the fracture will largely determine the necessary treatment method that Dr. Debora… Read more »

Your Natural Tooth May Need Restorative Treatment with a Root Canal

With all these false rumors about root canals flying around, you can rest assured with the fact that with modern anesthetic and technology, you can experience little to no pain. There has been much research done and no illnesses can be related to root canals, and saving your natural teeth through this process is one… Read more »

Halloween Candy & Your Child’s Smile

With Halloween approaching, you may want to form a plan to protect your ghouls’ and ghosts’ teeth from cavities. The candies in their Halloween pail contain sugars that could harm their teeth. We’re not saying that you should not let your child eat Halloween candy, but know that not all candies are created equal. When… Read more »

Oral Health Tips for a Healthy Mouth When You’re Stressed

Stress can make life difficult. Unfortunately, it can even take a toll on your body, making you sick, weak, and tired. It can also severely affect your mouth, which is why our dentist, Dr. , encourages you to take good care of your smile when you’re stressed. If you’re not careful, the stress can promote… Read more »