Cracked Tooth Enamel Can Sometimes Be Restored with a Crown

Even though your teeth are hard, there are still times when a blow to the face or other oral accident can cause a large crack in your tooth enamel. This is even more likely to happen if you engage in high-risk activities like playing contact sports without a mouth guard. Even if a crack doesn’t… Read more »

Is Chronic Dry Mouth Bad for your Oral Health?

Dry mouth is a condition that occurs when your saliva glands don’t produce enough saliva to help protect your mouth. Dry mouth can be chronic or come and go, but regardless of how you handle it, not taking care of dry mouth can have a negative impact on your oral health. What does it hurt?… Read more »

Restoring the Appearance of a Chipped Tooth with a Dental Crown

If you have a bad habit of nibbling on objects like pencils, pens, or ice, it will greatly increase your chances of chipping one or more teeth. This is also true if you participate in contact sports without wearing a quality mouthguard or if you grind your teeth at night. Most chips are limited to… Read more »

How Alcohol Affects your Mouth

Did you know that Americans spend $90 billion on alcohol every year? While alcohol consumption is not uncommon, if it isn’t consumed responsibly, you could actually damage your smile, teeth, and gums. For instance, while it is fairly well known that red wine can stain your teeth, this is not the only damage you may… Read more »

A Fractured Tooth Requires Immediate Attention

The enamel layer on each of your teeth is made from microscopic mineral crystal structures that give your teeth the hardness they need for biting, chewing, and grinding food. However, there are still things like an accidental hard fall, a blow to the face, or other scenarios, that can have enough concentrated force to fracture… Read more »

How to Choose Your Toothbrush

How often do you replace your toothbrush? Did you know that you should replace your toothbrush once every six months? But with so many options available, how do you choose the best brush for you? For instance, would an electric toothbrush be better for you than a manual one? Similarly, can you use a manual… Read more »

Why Isn’t My Smile White Anymore?

Do you ever wonder why your smile begins its life with a brilliant, white color, but it tends to fade away with time? If so, our team is happy to tell you why! There are many things in this world that cause a dull, yellow smile, and those things are: -Drinks: Some drinks have intense… Read more »

What to Do When You’ve Knocked Out a Tooth

Have you knocked out one of your permanent teeth? If so, the first thing you need to do is stay calm. Staying calm will help you improve the situation as much as possible. Then, our team asks you to start repairing your oral health by doing the following things: -Retrieve the tooth: Find the tooth,… Read more »