Oral Cancer: Symptoms

You probably understand that there are several things you should do to keep your teeth strong. For instance, you might know that brushing and flossing your pearly whites are extremely important. You may also know that you should schedule regular appointments with our team. During these appointments, we’ll inspect your teeth for common symptoms of a number of problems, including... read more »

Genetics Can Affect Your Teeth

You probably know if you have a cavity, you should have it filled as soon as possible. Sadly, cavities can lead to a number of complications. In fact, if you don’t have a cavity filled, you could ultimately need root canal therapy. Fortunately, there are a number of things you could do to avoid these issues. However, did you know... read more »

How Cigarettes Affects Your Teeth: The Facts

You probably know that smoking can have a negative impact on your overall health, but did you know that tobacco use can also have an impact on your oral health? Sadly, issues resulting from tobacco use can actually be quite severe. Smoking leads to bad breath and stained teeth. If your teeth are yellowed, our team can help you with... read more »

How to Fix the Spots on Your Teeth

Do you ever wonder what you could do to keep your smile beautiful and healthy? You should brush and floss your teeth and visit your dentist at least twice a year, but do you know what you would do if you have white spots on your smile? While having a white smile is a goal many people have, these white... read more »

Need a Root Canal? We Can Help!

You’ve probably heard that getting root canal therapy is no picnic. Many people are scared when they hear they need one. Fortunately, because of modern medicine, having root canal therapy is probably not as bad as you’ve heard. In fact, receiving root canal therapy usually feels similar to having a cavity filled. Still, do you ever wonder what happens during... read more »

How Can I Prevent Enamel Erosion?

Would you be surprised to learn that the strongest muscle in your body and the strongest substance in your body are both in your mouth? As you might know, your tongue is actually the strongest muscle—but would you be surprised to learn that your enamel is actually the strongest substance? But while your enamel, which is the protective substance in... read more »

What Causes Gum Disease?

Did you know that approximately 75% of Americans over the age of 35 have some form of gum disease? Naturally, gum disease could cause minor problems—such as swollen or bleeding gums—or even tooth loss. Sadly, gum disease can be difficult to identify. In fact, many people aren't even aware of what gum disease is. In fact, some claim that 60%... read more »