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Due to the fact that gum disease is a progressive disease, you may want to start inspecting the health of the inner linings of your mouth to determine if the damage is already occurring. Gum disease – also referred to as periodontal disease – comes with several symptoms and signs to alert you of its… Read more »
Did you know there are many dental problems your teen might suffer from? Well, it’s true, which is why our dentist, Dr. , strongly encourages you to make smile care a top priority. It’s best to avoid those dental problems as much as possible so your teen can have the strong, healthy and top-notch smile… Read more »
How often do you visit your dentist? How often do you think about your oral health in relation to the foods you’re consuming? How often do you clean your teeth? Although these questions probably have varying answers, it’s important to treat them all with the same amount of care as they all equally play a… Read more »
When implementing an effective oral hygiene routine, it’s in your best interest to always be aware of the implications of plaque buildup and how it can contribute to cavities. A cavity is a condition in which a hole in your tooth forms, and limiting plaque buildup in your mouth can be beneficial for slowing the… Read more »
Dental stains can develop on the faces of your teeth when you frequently drink dark beverages or use tobacco products. If they aren’t removed in a reasonable amount of time the discolored material can start to saturate the microscopic textures on the surfaces of your tooth enamel. Significant dental stains such as this can rarely… Read more »
It’s not uncommon to experience persistent tooth pain, but many patients are unsure what steps to take to relieve their pain. First, you should never ignore dental pain, or else you are putting yourself at risk of increased discomfort and even the need for expensive dental work later on. If you have ongoing tooth pain,… Read more »
A like Dr. will often turn to a dental crown or dental bridge to restore or replace a severely compromised tooth. These dental restorations typically occur in two distinct phases. The first phase of treatment calls for preparing one or more dental abutments, by removing the tooth enamel layer from the teeth that will anchor… Read more »
The tooth enamel layer on each of your teeth is composed of a dense matrix of microscopic mineral crystals. If you don’t maintain good oral hygiene habits or consume excessive amounts of acidic beverages or foods, your tooth enamel could be demineralized. If the erosion of your tooth enamel remains untreated, you may be at… Read more »