Chronic Plaque Acids in the Mouth Can Be Linked to Poor Oral Hygiene Habits

It’s important to brush your teeth each morning and night as well as making a conscious effort to thoroughly floss between each of your teeth and gumline at least once each day. This basic daily routine is essential for clearing away sugar residue, plaque and trapped food particles from your mouth. Inconsistent oral hygiene habits and persistent bacterial deposits in... read more »

Teeth Lost to Severe Tooth Decay Might Be Replaced with a Removable Denture

Cavities are often the result of long-term inconsistent or ineffective oral hygiene practices. While they often start out as small areas of demineralized tooth enamel, even minor dental caries can exacerbate into a large area of tooth decay. Without professional intervention and treatment from a dentist like Dr. Cory Williams the tooth decay will inevitably spread. In time multiple teeth... read more »

A Distressed Dental Filling Could Be the Cause of Toothache Pain

Installing a dental filling into a tooth’s enamel layer is often an effective method for treating a minor case of tooth decay or to repair a small physical defect in a tooth’s surface. This long-term treatment plan is meant to restore the strength and function of the tooth for many years. Over time, it is still possible for the strong... read more »

All You Need to Know About the Enemies of the Mouth

Do you want a top-notch smile and oral health? If so, you need to avoid the enemies of the smile. Unfortunately, there are a couple enemies that can attack your teeth and gums, harm your smile, and alter your oral health. Those enemies are plaque and acid. To tell you a little more about these substances, our dentist, Dr. Cory... read more »

Principles Concerning Dental Floss

Are you caring for your teeth as best you can? Not only is it imperative to continue your oral health hygiene habits, but doing so effectively is also important. If you wish to enhance your oral health care, dental floss care is essential. Even if you are already flossing daily, there may be aspects of your flossing routine that can... read more »

Your Regular Dental Checkup Is Important for Maintaining a Healthy Mouth

Good oral hygiene involves more than brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing in the evening. While this will certainly go a long way toward removing food material and plaque buildup, there are also several aspects to maintaining good oral health that require professional attention. To that end, the American Dental Association recommends that you attend a routine dental... 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 »

Correct Your Oral Health Problems with Dental Crowns

Do you maintain adequate oral health? Are you brushing twice daily and flossing daily? If not, you are putting your mouth at an increased risk of tooth decay and gum disease. If your teeth have already suffered damage, a tooth restoration service such as dental crowns can help restore your smile once more. The added protection dental crowns provide can... read more »

Trust in Invisalign® to Make Your Smile Straight Again

Have you wanted straighter teeth, but were unsure of your options? Your teeth may look ok, but there could be subtle signs that your teeth are not in their proper alignment. Trust in Invisalign® to make your smile straight again. Invisalign is a patented thermoplastic clear aligner system designed to straighten your teeth without the need of metal and wire.... read more »

5 Bad Habits to Avoid to Keep Your Smile Safe

It’s that time of year again, when the sun is shining and the warm air fills our lungs! It’s a fun time of year to play sports and have many adventures. There are times however, when an accident can cause harm to your smile. Yet, did you know if you have bad oral habits, these accidents can become much worse,... read more »