A Crown Might Be Needed to Restore a Tooth Suffering from a Dental Fracture

Dental fractures are often an unfortunate result of oral trauma or other unnatural activity. Regardless of the cause, we strongly recommend having all dental fractures treated at Dentist 4 Life. The damaged enamel can cause heightened sensitivity and even trap food particles and plaque. This can cause a dangerous cavity in the otherwise healthy tooth… Read more »

The Facts About Bi-Annual Teeth Cleanings

You probably know that you should visit our team regularly if you’re interested in protecting the health of your teeth. For this reason, even though your time is important, we recommend visiting us twice a month. In reality, skipping these bi-annual cleanings can lead to a number of problems. Of course, our team will clean… Read more »

Treating Tooth Decay: What You Should Know

Have you ever chomped down on a favorite food only to have pain shoot through your mouth? While there are a number of potential reasons for this pain, did you know that tooth decay is one possible cause? Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do to address tooth decay. For instance, if… Read more »

Simple Tricks for Great Oral Health

It’s really easy to think about your waistline, improving your sleep, or other health-related goals when focusing on how to improve your overall health. One aspect, though, that’s chronically overlooked is that of your oral health. Your oral health is hugely important for the health of the rest of your body, and without great oral… Read more »

How to Cultivate Healthy Oral Habits for Your Child

At in , , we invite our patients to take good care of their child’s baby teeth to ensure a lifetime of healthy smiles. Dr. and our team are happy to share some basic guidelines to help you care for your child’s smile in their formative years. In the beginning, cleaning your child’s teeth is… Read more »

Weak Enamel and Your Teeth

You know that it’s important to keep your teeth healthy and strong. You probably know that you should brush twice a day for two minutes at a time and that you should floss daily. Similarly, it’s important for you to keep your enamel, which is the hard protective layer of your teeth, healthy and strong…. Read more »

Tooth Squeeze: How to Prevent and Fight It

Did you know your teeth can suffer at high or low altitudes, just like your ears? Well, it’s true! It’s called tooth squeeze, also known as barodontalgia. This dental issue occurs when the air pockets in your teeth expand or contract due to the high or low air pressure. It’s common for scuba divers, pilots,… Read more »

The Advantages of Getting a Dental Bridge for the Holidays

With all the Halloween haunts in our rearview mirror, our sights for more savory sweets have now turned to the next big buffet party bash on our list: Thanksgiving. Please remember not to go overboard, and don’t forget to keep your oral healthcare at a premium. Sadly, many individuals this year won’t even get the… Read more »

Restoring Lost Teeth with Partial Dentures

Occasionally a patient who has suffered from rampant tooth decay come in with multiple teeth decayed beyond recovery. This can result in the loss of several important teeth in the area, requiring a restorative treatment to restore their smile to full function. In a situation such as this, Dr. may suggest restoring your smile by… Read more »

Restoring Cracked Teeth

A crack in your tooth’s enamel can form a staging ground for harmful decay and constitutes a grave threat to the tooth’s structural integrity. Cracked teeth can be caused by bad oral habits such as crunching hard foods, or clenching and grinding the teeth, or they can be caused by an accident such as a… Read more »