Denture Adhesive Can Help Mitigate Issues with Oral Atrophy

When your dentures were originally crafted at , they were custom designed to perfectly match the unique structure of your gums and the underlying bone. This will give you a very firm fit. As time goes by, changes can occur in the bone tissues that provide structural support. The human body has a natural propensity… Read more »

What You Should Know About Your Wisdom Teeth

Have you ever wondered why so many people get their wisdom teeth removed? In reality, several individuals have their wisdom teeth pulled as a precaution because their wisdom teeth could actually cause many different dental issues. For instance, are you aware that your wisdom teeth might actually become impacted, or stuck in your gum line?… Read more »

Flossing: The Benefits that Can Save Your Smile

Oral hygiene is vital for your oral health, which means flossing is also vital for your oral health. This is why you should never forgo flossing your smile and you should always floss at least once a day with a product of your choice. To convince you to make flossing a top priority, our dental… Read more »

Oral Health and your Diet

Believe it or not, but your diet and your oral health are directly related. While everyone you know may be on one diet or another, they’re likely focused just on how the diet will help them lose that stubborn belly fat. What most people don’t realize, though, is just how connected oral health and diet… Read more »

Be Mindful of the Symptoms of a Filling Going Bad

Dr. typically uses durable materials for a dental filling when repairing a cavity at clinic. While they are meant to bond with the surrounding tooth enamel for a very long time, oral hygiene issues can shorten the lifespan of even the strongest filling. This happens when the bacteria in your mouth gradually gain access to… Read more »

A Tooth Suffering with an Abscess Might Need to be Extracted and Replaced

If left untreated, tooth decay will inevitably spread to compromise more and more of a tooth. In time, the bacterial decay can penetrate the pulp and root of the tooth, causing a potentially dangerous infection in the gums. This pocket of infected material, which is known as an abscess, can potentially become life threatening. In… Read more »

Picking the Best Toothbrush

Take a look at any oral health care aisle in your local grocery store and you’ll likely see rows and rows of toothbrushes. It’s easy to just buy the cheapest one and move on. After all, the only thing that matters is that you’re brushing your teeth, right? While that’s true, it’s also true that… Read more »

An Amalgam Filling Can Repair a Cavity on a Back Tooth

Acidic foods and beverages and poor oral hygiene can weaken tooth enamel enough for the natural bacteria in your mouth to form a cavity. If the tooth decay is detected and diagnosed early, your dentists can often repair it with a standard dental filling of amalgam or composite resin. Our dentists will first conduct a… Read more »

How to Avoid Smile Destruction by Soda

Are you thinking about making a pit stop at the local gas station for a soda? If so, then think again! Soda is a harmful beverage that can create enamel erosion and tooth decay, which are two dental issues that can result in tooth sensitivity and tooth extraction if you’re not careful. So, it’s better… Read more »

Removable Dentures Can Replace the Function of Missing Teeth

Suffering from multiple cavities and severe periodontal disease can gradually compromise a significant number of teeth in your mouth. In an extreme case, it could severely hamper the function of your mouth and impact your quality of life. To remedy a problem of this magnitude, your dentist, Dr. , might recommend having some or all… Read more »