Dental Routines: The Basics

When it comes to something as important as your smile, it’s hard to review the basics too often. Here are some things to remember as you reevaluate your at-home dental routines. Brush:  You should be brushing your teeth for 2 minutes, twice a day, and flossing once a day. “Brushing” includes cleaning your teeth with… Read more »

What to Know About Oral Thrush

Oral thrush is a medical condition arising from a fungus called Candida. The key symptom consists of small white lesions building up along the insides of the cheeks and surfaces of the tongue. In cases that are more severe, these lesions may multiply and spread to other areas of the oral cavity–even infrequently the lining… Read more »

Cold Sores vs. Canker Sores

Cold sores and canker sores are often confused, but they are very different and should be treated differently. Do you know the difference? Canker sores are not contagious at all. They are painful, round ulcerations; they can occur on the tongue, lips, cheeks, in your mouth, or on the outside of your lips. On the… Read more »

Helpful Tips for Maintaining Your New Dental Veneers

Dr. and the associates at dental clinic installed dental veneers onto your teeth to enhance and preserve your smile’s appearance. The special dental grade porcelain material they were created from will resist dental stains better than your natural tooth enamel. This will help you have an appealing, white smile that is easy to maintain in… Read more »

The Nature and Severity of a Dental Cyst Will Influence the Necessary Treatment

Dental cysts are more common and tend to be less serious than dental abscesses. They are often slow developing, many are benign, and often the result of some other oral trauma. A distressed or emergent tooth can often cause significant distress to the surrounding periodontal tissues, causing a small pocket of fluid tooth buildup. In… Read more »

Fun Facts About Water Flossing

Did you know that cleaning between your teeth is possible with other tools beyond traditional dental floss? One of those tools that has been proven to be highly effective is known as a water flosser. Water flossers work by spraying a jet of water directly at teeth to help wash away food particles, plaque buildup,… Read more »

Dental Tips to Keep Your Tween and Teen’s Oral Health in Tip-Top Shape

Fortunately, your tween or teen’s smile isn’t that tough to take care of, even if they have braces. It might seem challenging, especially if your child doesn’t want help, but it isn’t as difficult as you might expect it to be. All you need to do is encourage them to do the same things you… Read more »

Caring for Your Dentures

Dentures are just one of the ways Dr. at can help restore your smile. But if you are new to wearing dentures, it’s important that you understand the best way to care for them. Taking proper care of your dentures will help them to remain clean and safe for you to use, and will extend… Read more »

Results of Thumb Sucking and Solutions

Sucking thumbs are an acceptable habit for children until the age of 4, then further steps need to be taken to prevent future dental and oral problems. and team want to assist you and your child in stopping this habit. Some tips include: – Give your infant a pacifier; these tend to be easiest to… Read more »

An Occlusal Chip Might Need First Aid While Seeking Dental Care

A bad habit of improvising your teeth as tools, grinding your teeth at night without a dental guard, or a sports-related oral injury can potentially damage the biting surface of a tooth. When this happens, you might need to apply some basic first aid measures while seeking professional treatment from the dentists at ’s ,… Read more »