Chronic Dry Mouth Sufferers Might Benefit From Sugarless Chewing Gum

Plaque and excess food particles that linger in your mouth after eating a meal or a snack often serve as an effective medium for the natural bacteria living in your mouth. Ideally your mouth will produce extra saliva after eating to help wash some of the lingering food particles away.   People struggling with chronic… Read more »

Facts About Dental Checkups

Your dentist, Dr. , strongly recommends keeping up with your dental checkups. This is because your checkups are very important for your oral health and smile. To help you understand why and to help you understand more about the checkups so you can make them a top priority, our dentist would like to share some… Read more »

A Small Area of Chipped Tooth Enamel Might Be Repaired with a Dental Filling

Chipped tooth enamel can sometimes be more than a cosmetic nuisance. Some patients with a chipped tooth will also complain of increasing tooth sensitivity. Some chipped teeth are also prone to suffering cavities. If the damage to the tooth enamel is minimal, a dentist like Dr. might be able to repair the area by using… Read more »

All About Periapical Abscesses

Progressing cavities can become excruciatingly painful abscesses. A periapical abscess is when bacteria and decay takes over the inner tooth pulp, killing the nerves, and gains access to the roots, then spreads to the tip where it makes a pocket of pus. If left alone to spread infection, a dangerous abscess of this type can… Read more »

The Ways a Professional Fluoride Treatment Can Benefit You and Your Smile

When our dental team is treating your smile with fluoride, do you ever wonder why we do such a thing? If so, our dentist, Dr. , is more than happy to tell you why. Fluoride is a natural mineral that can help you, your teeth, and your smile in more ways than you might realize…. Read more »

A Sensitive Chipped Tooth Needs Professional Treatment

If you grind your teeth at night, or you have a bad habit of chewing on pens and pencils, you could be putting your teeth at increased risk of suffering a chip or dental fracture. At the same time, people who frequently crunch on ice or use their teeth to open packing can also experience… Read more »

Know the Benefits of Your Flossing Options

There is no shortage when it comes to the types of flossing products you can choose to clean your smile, but what are the unique benefits and differences of these tools, and how can you know which one to choose? Our experienced dental team can provide you with the benefits of different flossing tools and… Read more »

Talk to Your Dentist About Halitosis Prevention

Never stop looking for new and interesting ways to improve your oral health care. This includes implementing effective halitosis prevention plans to keep your smile safe from risks associated with halitosis. Furthermore, you need to make sure that you are taking the necessary steps to protect your smile should bad breath be caused by an… Read more »

Tips for Pregnant Women Visiting Our Office

At , we recognize that pregnancy can be a trying time for many women. We want your pregnancy to be as stress-free as possible, and we believe that means keeping your oral cavity clean. Because we want you to maintain tough oral health during your pregnancy, for your sake and for the baby’s sake, we’ve… Read more »

How to Care for Your Smile for a Lifetime

If you’re interested in caring for your smile for a lifetime, you have come to the right blog! Today, our dentist, Dr. , will be happy to discuss how to keep your teeth and gums in tip-top shape for many years. This can help you in more ways than you might realize. So, is happy… Read more »