Almost all of us have had a cavity at one time or another. The most common way to treat a cavity is a dental filling. With proper care, fillings can last for years without issue, but one potential problem that can arise is called a leaky filling. Read our blog post to learn about leaky fillings.
You may be surprised to learn how useful saliva can be when it comes to keeping your mouth healthy. Saliva has a lot of important jobs, from protecting against cavities to strengthening your teeth. Read our blog post to learn why you shouldn’t take saliva for granted.
Teeth have a naturally white shade, but lots of our behaviors, like what we eat and drink, can stain our smiles! Take a look at our blog post for five daily habits that could be discoloring your teeth?
If you’ve ever spent months and months undergoing orthodontic treatment, you know the sweet relief of finally being able to reveal your beautiful new smile to the world. No more metal braces or aligners! Check out our blog post where we take a look at why it’s important to keep wearing your retainer even years after your braces come off.
Cavities are small holes in your teeth caused by decay. These permanently damaged areas need treatments like fillings. If untreated, cavities can cause infections and even tooth loss! Read our blog post for a look at five ways to lower your risk of developing cavities.
Kids start getting their baby teeth at about age 1, which is when they should start seeing a dentist! Routine cleanings, exams, and other services ensure your child has healthy tooth development. Read our blog post for what you should know about our dental services for kids.
After indulging in a garlic bagel or curry, it’s understandable to have temporary bad breath. However, if your breath is constantly a concern, you may be dealing with something more. In most cases, bad breath originates from the gums and tongue. Instead of chewing on breath mints and hoping for the best, we’re sharing three […]
How quickly or not you can straighten your smile is a great question, but it’s not one that has a simple answer. There are many different factors that affect the length of orthodontic treatment. Check out our blog post for what you need to know for a straighter smile.
If you are receiving dental implants, your dentist might recommend bone grafting during your consultation. It may sound a bit intimidating, but bone grafting is not unusual for those pursuing dental implant surgery, and it’s painless as well! Read our blog post to learn about the role of bone grafting in the dental implant process.
We offer emergency dental appointments to help our patients find relief in unexpected dental situations. Take a look at our blog post where we describe three situations that are actually dental emergencies and ones you should see us right away for.