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Diet and Oral Health

For years, we have heard that sugar is bad for our teeth. As research has grown, scientists now understand which kinds of sugars hurt your teeth and which foods help keep your mouth healthy. A balanced diet can help keep your smile looking and feeling great. Certain foods produce changes in your mouth that can [...]

By |June 19th, 2022|Dental Topics 3, Dental Information, Blog|Comments Off on Diet and Oral Health

Everyday Things That Are Staining Your Teeth

Having a bright smile is a sign of good health, and it not only makes your face more radiant, but also appear younger! As you age, your teeth lose their outer layer of tooth enamel. The layer underneath is called dentin, and it is more yellow than the surface enamel. Even though this yellowing is [...]

By |June 5th, 2022|Dental Topics 3, Blog, Teeth Whitening|Comments Off on Everyday Things That Are Staining Your Teeth

Examining Amalgam Fillings

The traditional silver fillings that patients have been getting for many years have come into the spotlight in recent years. Some people wonder if these silver, or amalgam, fillings are safe because they contain small amounts of mercury. Background Amalgam fillings contain a mixture of half liquid mercury and half a blend of silver, copper, [...]

By |May 21st, 2022|Dental Topics 3, Dental Information, Blog|Comments Off on Examining Amalgam Fillings

Dealing with Bad Breath

Though not considered life threatening, bad breath, or halitosis, can certainly have a dramatic impact on your life. Some people develop occasional bad breath when they eat foods like onions and garlic, or because of a head cold. In these cases, the problem usually resolves itself in a short time period. Unfortunately, bad breath can [...]

By |March 26th, 2022|Dental Topics 3, Dental Information, Blog|Comments Off on Dealing with Bad Breath

What is Restorative Dentistry?

Over time, daily life can take a toll on your smile. Decay, breakage, disease, and missing teeth can negatively affect your mouth. Restorative dentistry focuses on repairing damage and renewing the integrity of your smile. With today’s advanced technology and high-quality materials, you can enjoy strong, attractive restorations. Don’t put off necessary dental work any [...]

By |February 19th, 2022|Dental Topics 3, Blog, Implant Dentistry|Comments Off on What is Restorative Dentistry?

How to Deal with Tetracycline-Stained Teeth

Tetracycline is an antibiotic used to treat infection. While it works to fight certain illnesses, it can have a negative impact on your smile. If tetracycline is taken by pregnant women or by children while their teeth are still forming, the teeth will develop with dark stains. Usually, this medication produces brown or grayish discolorations [...]

By |February 12th, 2022|Dental Topics 3, Blog, Cosmetic Dentistry|Comments Off on How to Deal with Tetracycline-Stained Teeth

Cosmetic Dentistry Not Just for Women

Often, advertising for cosmetic dentistry focuses on women. Photos in magazines and on Web sites show attractive females with gorgeous smiles. Although these campaigns often target women, men can benefit from cosmetic dentistry too. Professionally and personally, men have just as many reasons as women do to look their best. Your smile is one of [...]

By |January 29th, 2022|Blog, Dental Topics 1, Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Topics|Comments Off on Cosmetic Dentistry Not Just for Women

The Popularity of Cosmetic Dentistry

Although your oral health is of utmost importance, it’s not the only thing to consider about your smile. There is a specialized field of dentistry that focuses on giving you the most appealing smile possible for you. Cosmetic dentistry can turn a crooked, discolored, or otherwise unattractive smile into one that you will want to [...]

By |January 22nd, 2022|Blog, Dental Topics 1, Cosmetic Dentistry, Dental Topics|Comments Off on The Popularity of Cosmetic Dentistry

Removing Tartar

Brush and brush and brush, but you probably will not be able to get rid of all the plaque on your teeth. Even with regular brushing, some amount of plaque will build up on your teeth and turn into a hard substance called tartar. It simply can’t be removed without professional help. What is tartar? [...]

By |January 15th, 2022|Blog, Dental Topics 1, General Dentistry, Dental Topics|Comments Off on Removing Tartar

Watch Out for Oral Cancer

Each year, more than 30,000 Americans receive an oral cancer diagnosis. Unfortunately, less than 57 percent will live beyond five years. In fact, the death rate for oral cancer is higher than cervical cancer, Hodgkin’s disease, brain cancer, and liver cancer. Usually seen in older patients, oral cancer in individuals under 40 is on the [...]

By |December 25th, 2021|Blog, Dental Topics 1, General Dentistry, Dental Topics|Comments Off on Watch Out for Oral Cancer

Dental Veneers and Discolored Teeth

There are a number of reasons people choose to get dental veneers, which are able to hide all kinds of tooth problems. These thin porcelain shells are bonded to the front surfaces of your teeth and can transform an embarrassing ...
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Diet and Oral Health

For years, we have heard that sugar is bad for our teeth. As research has grown, scientists now understand which kinds of sugars hurt your teeth and which foods help keep your mouth healthy. A balanced diet can help keep ...
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Advantages of Invisalign

Nearly two million people worldwide have discovered Invisalign, the latest technology for improving smiles. Treatment involves wearing a series of customized clear plastic aligners to gently shift teeth into better positions. This revolutionary method is appealing to patients because it ...
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Everyday Things That Are Staining Your Teeth

Having a bright smile is a sign of good health, and it not only makes your face more radiant, but also appear younger! As you age, your teeth lose their outer layer of tooth enamel. The layer underneath is called ...
Read More