Bottle Tooth Decay: What You Should Know

27 February 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Tooth decay can happen in the youngest of dental patients. Although you would not think a baby would have tooth decay, it can certainly happen and cause great harm. Decay is often seen in babies who take a regular bottle without cleaning the teeth afterward. This is referred to as bottle tooth decay. The following are some things you need to know: What is Bottle Tooth Decay? Bottle tooth decay happens when a child's teeth start to decay after a long exposure to the sugars found in juice, baby formula, and the like. Read More 

If You Don’t Get A Dental Crown In A Timely Manner, You Could Face These Issues

29 January 2019
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Upon the discovery that one of your teeth is severely compromised, your family dentist may recommend that you get a crown placed over it. This dental procedure is an effective way to save a tooth that is already in peril. You have the right to agree to this procedure or decline it. You may be thinking about the latter option because of concerns over money or perhaps because you feel a little anxious about some dental procedures. Read More 

3 Surprising Things Discoloring Your Teeth

24 December 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Your smile is an indicator of your underlying health.. Not only can it show that your teeth are in good, functional condition, but a healthy smile will also look more appealing. Although you probably understand how wine, coffee, and tobacco products stain your teeth, other things, which may surprise you, can also cause tooth discoloration. Yellow or brown teeth affect your smile's look, which can lead to self-esteem problems that affect your daily life, as well. Read More 

3 Helpful Procedures A Pediatric Dentist Can Perform On Your Child For Healthy Teeth

28 November 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When it comes to being a parent, it's your duty to make sure your child's teeth are in great condition. Otherwise, they may have to experience a myriad of stressful dental issues. Part of keeping their teeth in great condition is taking them to see a pediatric dentist, who can perform the following helpful procedures.  Extraction  There may be times when your child's baby teeth need to come out, which should always be handled by a licensed pediatric dentist. Read More 

Best Techniques to Beat Xerostomia

29 October 2018
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Xerostomia is a dental term for dry mouth, and dry mouth is something that a lot of people struggle with. If you have dry mouth, your mouth may feel cotton-like, dry, and uncomfortable. You might suffer from bad breath if you have dry mouth, and you might notice an increase in decay on your teeth from this condition. If you want to beat your dry mouth, here are some of the best techniques you can use to do this. Read More