Category: General Dentistry

Trust Your Dentist: Cavities Can Get Worse

Many patients often develop a sense of dread or worry before dentist appointments when they haven’t visited in some time. They worry that they dentist is going to find a cavity, and they’ll need treatment for said cavity. If you haven’t visited the dentist in a few years and your home care routine (brushing and… Read more »

Home Remedies to Relieve a Toothache

Like a headache, you might immediately turn to an over-the-counter pain reliever when a toothache strikes. In some cases, it may offer some reprieve, but for chronic toothaches, alleviating the pain may not always be so simple. If you have a persistent toothache, then you may not permanently get rid of it until you visit… Read more »

Answering Questions About Cavities

Although cavities are among the most widespread dental diseases today, the tooth decay that causes them is highly preventable. Knowing how cavities form is an essential part of successfully preventing them. Therefore, part of your routine dental care involves making sure you have the knowledge necessary to combat destructive tooth decay. Today, we answer some… Read more »

Could You Be Suffering from Bruxism?

Have you ever heard of the term “Bruxism?” Many people have not, which could help to explain why so many people suffer with the condition without ever knowing what it is, much less that they have issues with it. Bruxism is simply the name given to subconscious teeth grinding, an act that cause a host… Read more »

Looking to Smile More Confidently? Talk to Your Dentist!

Are you tired of feeling embarrassed by your smile, or even bothered by discomfort? If so, don’t keep putting up with a smile that is no longer functioning or looking like it should. Instead, talk to your dentist about how treatment could help. From hiding flaws like staining, to addressing the discomfort that so often… Read more »

Can Chewing Gum Protect Your Teeth Against Cavities?

If you want to protect your smile, then daily dental hygiene is incredibly important. This should include both brushing and flossing, of course. That said, what you eat can impact your oral health, as well. Too much sugar, for instance, can greatly increase your risk of developing cavities. But did you know that for many… Read more »

Enjoy Great Oral Health with These Simple Tips

Do you sometimes find yourself wishing your smile looked or felt better? While you might be tempted to blame your genetics or other factors outside of your control for poor oral health, in many cases dental problems and discomfort are largely preventable. You simply need to combine healthy choices at-home with regular preventive dental checkups… Read more »

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