Part of your efforts in maintaining a healthy smile include doing your best to keep tooth decay at bay. When you understand how to recognize this problem with your teeth and how to prevent cavities from developing, it makes protecting yourself from damage very simple. When you aren’t well educated on the topic, it can… Read more »
Posts Categorized: General Dentistry
Your tooth hurts and you immediately think the following to yourself: “Oh no! My tooth must be decayed or infected!” While this frequently is the case, it’s not always the answer. Since you can’t simply guess on your own, this is the very obvious reason that we typically instruct our patients to come in when… Read more »
Are you trying to figure out what to send your son or daughter that would elicit a smile? Perhaps as you’re making a mental list of the fun stuff you’d like to toss into the care package you’re sending your child in college, concern about your child’s actual smile health may suddenly cross your mind…. Read more »
What’s that you say? You can’t believe a single sore can so completely disrupt your daily life? If you have a canker sore in your mouth, then this tale is more common than you might realize. True to form, they can become very annoying. However, if you are not extremely familiar with this oral health… Read more »
When you find yourself dealing with immediate pain that starts up suddenly or discomfort that begins and then never really seems to go away, it can bring on many emotions. You might feel anxious, frustrated, overwhelmed, and the list goes on. First, we can say that severe or persistent pain is something that requires our… Read more »
What’s next on your agenda for the way you accessorize yourself? Have you decided that your interest in obtaining an oral piercing is something you’re beginning to feel very serious about? If so, there may be a moment during which you ask yourself the following question: “Is this a safe decision or an unsafe one?”… Read more »
Do you often wonder why you keep getting headaches? If you have head pain without a discernable cause, then you may have an oral health issue. TMJ disorder and bruxism have both been linked to persistent headaches. Fortunately, we can provide relief with our comfortable and non-invasive treatment options.
When was the last time you saw your dentist for a checkup and cleaning? Unfortunately, it is easy for adults to forget their dental cleanings. Without these routine preventive procedure, the risk of oral health concerns, which can range from tooth decay to gum disease, can increase. Do you need to schedule one?
Do you suffer from halitosis? This refers to chronic bad breath that never seems to improve. While gum or store bought rinses can help mask the issue, you may require more to completely rid yourself of recurring halitosis. There are a number of steps you can take to improve your breath, from caring for your… Read more »
People of all ages need to see the dentist and take steps to maintain good oral health. This is especially true for seniors. Due to variety of factors, senior patients often experience a greater risk of periodontal disease, tooth decay, and even tooth loss. However, there are many steps for seniors to take to help… Read more »