Crowns: Durability

Dental crowns are created in a way that makes them very tough. By bringing the compounds that will comprise your crown to high temperatures, dental labs can shape the crown, set it and cure it, fashioning a product that will last for many years with proper treatment. So how much time do crowns last for?… Read more »

Tips to Keep Your Dentures In Great Shape

Dentures are designed by talented dental professionals to enhance the function of your mouth and jaw by replacing any lost or weakened teeth. Dentures are meant to last for years and years, but they require proper care to stay healthy and free of stains. Dr. offers denture cleaning tips to help you keep your appliance… Read more »

It’s Very Important to Care of Your Oral Health While Pregnant

Pregnancy is an exciting stage in life for many people. Although it’s exciting and wonderful, it’s oftentimes not that way for the smile, especially if you fail to take good care of the teeth and gums. Unfortunately, there are many dental issues that can evolve during pregnancy, like brittle teeth, eroded tooth enamel, and pregnancy… Read more »

The Wonder of Fluoride Treatments

Fluoride can do wonders for your teeth. This natural mineral can magically rebuild your tooth enamel, protecting them from cavities. Fluoride can be acquired in two ways: systematically and topically. Systematic fluorides are swallowed. For example, many cities fluoridate their water. You can also take fluoride supplements, and various foods naturally contain fluoride. Topical fluorides… Read more »

Dentistry Topic Data Blog: Dental Bonding

Have you suffered any damage to your teeth recently? If so, it is important to have it repaired immediately. If you have any holes or cracks in your tooth enamel, your teeth are susceptible to infections and eventual tooth loss. If you would choose to repair the treatment without fully concealing the tooth as is… Read more »

How a Female’s Hormones Affect Oral Health

Your hormones are linked to several components of your health –your weight, for instance, or your emotions. Your hormones even affect your dental health. Did you know that a hormone surge can mean you are more prone to gum disease? That’s because two of your female hormones called estrogren and progesterone bring more blood flow… Read more »

The Do’s and Don’ts of a Mouth Healthy Diet

We all want to take care of our bodies–and that includes your teeth! Here are some tips on the do’s and don’ts of a mouth-healthy diet. Avoid Starchy/Sticky Foods: While the crunch of a potato chip or the sweetness of dried fruit are nearly irresistible, it is important to limit the amount of starchy and… Read more »

These Substances Can Stain Your Teeth

What’s a great method to make your chompers look whiter? Putting on a brown tie! But seriously, numerous of our patients have asked us about professional teeth whitening. While we can help you learn about a few ways to improve the color of your pearly whites, we’d like to draw attention to the fact that… Read more »

Your Temporary Crown Needs Some Daily Considerations

Most dental crown restorations require two separate appointments. The first is designed to prepare the tooth to receive the dental crown by removing the tooth’s enamel layer. Once this is done, Dr. will create an impression of the remaining abutment. This will guide the specialist dental technicians who will create your dental crown. Dr. will… Read more »

Teeth and Gums 101: Cosmetic Dentistry

Are your teeth injured or unsightly? Is a single section of a tooth wrecking your entire smile? If so, cosmetic dentistry can be of assistance. Cosmetic dentistry can enhance your smile by correcting mistakes, restoring lost teeth, protecting damaged teeth, and whitening your teeth. Depending on your desires, there is probably a cosmetic dentistry service… Read more »