Are you concerned that brushing and flossing aren’t doing enough to prevent tooth decay? It’s easy for adults and children to sometimes lapse in their daily dental routine. At your or your family’s regular checkup, we may recommend a fast, effective treatment that can provide an added layer of protection that works alongside your regular dental hygiene routines. Read more to find out about this treatment.
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Due to normal wear and tear, common dental conditions arise — tooth decay, worn down teeth or cracked teeth, and more. Dental crowns can help protect teeth by completely covering the tooth to prevent further damage as well as improve the appearance of a tooth. A versatile treatment, crowns are used in many dental applications, such as:
Would you like to improve the look of a cracked or chipped tooth? Would you like to change the shape of your tooth or fill in a gap between your teeth? You don’t have to suffer with a smile you are not happy with. Thanks to a simple and non-invasive procedure, you can have a dazzling smile that you can be proud of. Would you like to learn more?
Primary teeth, commonly known as baby teeth or milk teeth, are the primary dentition that grows into the oral cavity. It consists of 20 temporary teeth that fall out as the permanent teeth erupt.
Baby teeth have a purpose in the growth and development of healthy permanent teeth, which is why it’s important to care for them from the first moment.
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With all that is going on in the world, you may be thinking, “What are the best ways to maintain my health, including my dental health?” While it’s well known that keeping a consistent dental hygiene regimen of daily flossing and brushing, cutting back on sugary foods is also a great way to help prevent cavities. Read on to find out more ways to keep your teeth healthy.
Most people think that brushing and flossing should be enough to prevent cavities. Unfortunately, sometimes it isn’t, especially for molars. The back teeth that are the core of the chewing process have a rough and uneven surface that becomes the perfect nest for leftover food and cavity-causing bacteria.
Thanks to modern dental technology, we can deliver even better dental care along with a more comfortable experience for patients. Whether it is a new technique that improves the results of a treatment, or cutting-edge equipment that shortens the amount of time a patient sits in the chair, we are always looking for ways to use dental advancements to benefit our patients. So, we are excited to announce that we recently added a new tool to our office that allows us to perform certain procedures pain-free and without anesthesia. Read more to find out about this special tool.
Establishing good dental hygiene habits should begin at a young age. As soon as your child is able to understand, you can start talking to them about the importance of their teeth and how they need to be cared for every day. Giving them the knowledge and tools to care for their teeth early on will set them up for a lifetime of good health and decrease their chances of dental problems in the future.