The Basics of Tooth Decay

Since you were very young, you have been taught to brush your teeth to avoid cavities. But cavities just don’t appear on their own. So how do you get cavities? This may not be a pleasant fact, but the truth is that your mouth is full of bacteria. When you eat foods that contain starches and sugars, the bacteria can... read more »

Which Tooth Replacement Method is Right For You?

Replacing missing teeth is beneficial on two levels. First, you will feel more confident with a full set of teeth. Second, a full smile is a healthy smile. If you are missing teeth, plaque and bacteria have extra places to accumulate and breed, your remaining teeth may drift out of alignment, and you may have difficulty speaking and eating effectively.... read more »

Tips for Treating Deep Stains and Discolorations

If you are looking for the highest quality whitening treatments available, it will not be found in chewing gum or other products touting a better smile. The best and most effective products are teeth whitening gel systems designed specifically for removing irregularities in the color of your teeth. Here are some whitening system tips for treating deep stains and discolorations:... 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 your decay is only affecting... 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. Fortunately, there are a few... read more »