A Tooth with Multiple Dental Fillings Might Need a Dental Crown

One small cavity or chip can sometimes be repaired with a simple dental filling made from amalgam or composite resin. In the case of a large molar or premolar, a secondary cavity or physical defect might also be repaired with a dental filling. However, some cavities and fractures can compromise so much tooth enamel that… Read more »

Don’t Delay in Having Chipped Dental Work Examined

Dental restorations and cosmetic enhancements like dental veneers are typically created from durable dental materials. These substances can rival the strength of natural tooth enamel, there are still some forces that can chip a piece of dental work. This is more likely to occur if you participate in athletic activities without a necessary mouth guard,… Read more »

You May Need a Dental Crown If You Have a Damaged Filling

We often use amalgam or composite dental fillings to repair small-to-moderate cavities. While dental filling material is resistant to tooth decay, the surrounding tooth enamel is still vulnerable and can be affected by time and poor oral hygiene. If tooth decay around a filling causes the filling to become distressed, Dr. may recommend a dental… Read more »

Details on Complete and Partial Denture Creation

If you’re interested in the way your dentist, Dr. , creates complete and partial dentures, you have come to the right blog! We are happy to explain the creation process so you can know a little more. For complete dentures, your dentist will extract any remaining teeth that are in the way. This is usually… Read more »

Advice for Choosing Toothpaste

The time has come to buy more toothpaste. You may be intimidated by this chore. With so many types of toothpastes available, how do you know which is the right choice? Generally speaking, choose a toothpaste with the ADA seal. Beyond that, pick the type of toothpaste that meets your specific needs or those of… Read more »

Talking with Your Dentist About Your Medications

It is true that your dentist is concerned with the health of our teeth and mouth. However, your mouth is part of the much larger system of your body, and your oral health and overall health are very closely connected. For that reason, you should talk with your dentist about any prescriptions, vitamins or supplements… Read more »

How to Avoid Common Tooth Hazards

Though you may feel that your chompers are invincible multitools that can achieve any task, we beg to differ. At , we’ve seen enough patients know that using your chompers for anything other than grinding food can result in hurt or lost teeth and dental emergencies. Pay attention for the following things and shield your… Read more »

Understanding Why Cavities Happen

Regrettably, we all get dental cavities, regardless of our age. If you have your original chompers, you may develop cavities. When bacteria stay on your chompers for too much time, acid develops and breaks away at your protective layers of teeth to create cavities. Fortunately, there are some methods to lower your likelihood of developing… Read more »

How to Prevent Tartar Buildup on Your Teeth

There are many things that can harm your smile, and tartar is one of them. Tartar is a toxic substance that threatens your teeth and gums and promotes gum disease. It’s best to keep tartar away from your smile as much as possible, and Dr. and our dental team are happy to help you do… Read more »

Kid Approved Tooth-Healthy Foods

We all want our children’s smiles to be healthy. It is important to remember that a healthy smile doesn’t just depend on how we clean it, rather, health starts with what we feed it! Here are some kid approved, tooth-healthy foods to help your child maintain a healthy smile for life. Dairy: Dairy products, such… Read more »