Aging and Dental Health Basics

As you age, your teeth can age right along with you. Their defenses begin to wear down and the hazards of everyday life eventually begin to take their toll. That’s why it becomes more important than ever to practice certain easy oral health habits. Here are few tips to consider to keep your mouth going… Read more »

Oral Health Care Procedures: TMJ Treatments

Do you know what the roles of a temporomandibular joint are? Did you know that they are extremely crucial for a variety of functions in your mouth and face? However, due to the complex nature of the joints, also called TMJs, they can be easily damaged and lead to oral failure. Damaged TMJs are known… Read more »

What Is the Advantage of Tooth Hazard Prevention?

One key to your oral health is damage prevention. Although there are many treatments out there for a variety of oral health ailments, it’s best to deal with any challenging situations before they even begin. However, in many cases, damage to our teeth and gums is done very quickly, so you must protect your mouth… Read more »

Toothaches and Your Smile

Toothaches are common dental issues that many people despise. This is with good reason because they typically involve severe pain and inconvenience. However, they might not be such a nuisance if you know more about them. So, to help you, Dr. would like to share some toothache facts. Toothaches typically occur when you have something… Read more »

Oral Health Care Facts Blog: Bruxism

If you suffer from bruxism, your teeth run the risk of grinding and gnashing together without your input. Oftentimes, this process occurs while you sleep. If left untreated, it can damage your tooth enamel and leave you with oral accidents or injuries. It’s never too late to consider what bruxism symptoms look like, including the… Read more »

A Dental Bridge Might Be Needed to Restore a Tooth Lost to a Severe Cavity

Without professional treatment with a dentist like Dr. , a small cavity will continue to grow. As time goes by, the tooth decay can compromise a significant amount of dental structure and potentially cause an infection to develop in the root of the tooth. As this happens, the tooth is at increasing risk of suffering… Read more »

What Is Oral Cancer and What Are Its Symptoms?

Do you know what oral cancer is and how to spit it? Oral cancer is a very serious oral health illness that can lead to severe health problems, including death. Oral cancer can strike at any age and health level, so it is vital no matter what condition your oral health is, to always schedule… Read more »

Aging and Your Teeth

Your teeth can change as you age. That is why keeping up with your oral health is vital throughout your life. Here at in , , we are happy to talk to you about the importance of your oral care as your teeth change during the aging process. Your teeth can last an entire lifetime… Read more »

Dental Sealants Can Help Protect Your Back Teeth from Certain Cavities

Cavity prevention is important for maintaining healthy teeth and good oral function. Some individuals have textured areas in their tooth enamel, that can trap bacterial residue, promoting tooth decay. One area that can be particularly at risk of this, is the deep textures on the biting surfaces of the molar and premolars in the back… Read more »

Enamel Erosion: How to Deal with It

You probably understand that there are many different things you’ll need to do if you’re interested in enjoying a beautiful, healthy smile. For example, you might have heard that you’ll need to brush and floss your smile if you’d like to avoid tooth decay. Still, did you know that a cavity might actually weaken your… Read more »