Dealing with Tooth Discoloration and Tooth Abscesses

You might understand that you should consider visiting a doctor if you are suffering from an infection. However, would you be surprised to hear that you should also consider setting up an appointment with our dentist if you have an infection in the center of your tooth? Generally, it’s very important that you visit us… Read more »

A Missing Filling Needs Treatment and Repair to Prevent Complications

Cavities are the result of poor oral hygiene practices allowing the bacteria in your mouth to exploit tooth enamel. In many cases, your dentist, Dr. , can repair a small cavity by applying a dental filling. While they are meant to repair the tooth for many years, no filling is impervious to the passage of… Read more »

The Facts on Teeth Whitening for Sensitive Teeth

Are you unhappy with the color of your teeth? Are you interested in teeth whitening but worried about the treatment because you have sensitive teeth? If so, there are a few things you can do to protect your pearly whites while avoiding painful or uncomfortable side effects. Generally, we recommend scheduling an appointment with our… Read more »

Modestly Stained Teeth Can Sometimes Be Whitened by Dental Bleaching Gel

Your tooth enamel has microscopic pores that small, dark particles can sometimes adhere to. As time passes, these stains can penetrate deeper and deeper into the tooth enamel. While whitening toothpaste and whitening strips can remove minor surface stains, they are not generally effective at remove more significant stains. In cases like this, some people… Read more »

5 Tips for Great Oral Health This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is almost here! Along with the delicious feasts in its wake. Across the country, people are starting to think about and prepare for the feast-filled day. This year, why not think about your oral health as well? Protecting your smile from cavities and gum disease is essential during any holiday season. That is why… Read more »

A Fluoride Treatment Can Help Fortify the Strength of Your Tooth Enamel

The outer layer of your teeth is made up of tooth enamel, which is composed of microscopic mineral crystals. The density of these crystals is what gives your teeth the strength to bite, chew and grind tough foods. It also helps prevent tooth decay and sensitivity. At the same time, the bacteria living in your… Read more »