Month: July 2021

Veneers Enhance Your Smile In Many Ways

Making Facial Dental Prosthetic for Patients with Intraoral Problems, on White Table.

Preventive dentistry is the name of the game when it comes to maintaining a healthy smile for life. Indeed, a well-rounded routine consists of attending routine checkups, taking care to brush twice a day and floss at least once a day, and paying mind to the effects of the foods and beverages that you consume…. Read more »

How Your Checkup Benefits Your Routine

Young african-american man visiting dentist's office for prevention and treatment of the oral cavity. Man and woman doctor while checkup teeth. Healthy lifestyle, healthcare and medicine concept.

It goes without saying that taking care of your smile is a lifelong process. After all, your grin is constantly facing a variety of threats and other factors, so the least we could do is prioritize its protection. Still, many people fall victim to not providing enough care for their grin, and thus become more… Read more »

How We Can Help You Fight Gingivitis

gingivitis

There’s a good reason why dentists everywhere recommend brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing. Preventative care like this does a lot for maintaining good oral hygiene. Similarly, avoiding sugary and stain-inducing foods and beverages can keep your smile looking bright. However, even practicing the best habits at home cannot fully prevent all issues…. Read more »

How Bacteria Infects Your Tooth Roots

Chalk drawing of a tooth with medical term root canal. Concept of learning stomatology.

Oral health concerns such as teeth-grinding, dental decay or infection, and everything else in-between all pose significant threats to your smile, especially if they are left untreated. What’s more? There are only so many practices you can take part in to ensure your smile is taken care of, and even still, there is no guarantee… Read more »

Teeth Grinding At Night Can Cause Daytime Pain

Why do you spend so much of your day with pain in your face, jaw, and teeth? The answer may be linked to something that is happening during the nighttime. Nightly teeth grinding and clenching will wear down your enamel over time, which can build to serious damage. It can also cause increasing stress on… Read more »