Your wisdom teeth, or third molars, arrive in the back of the mouth behind your second molars. They may never give you problems, but when they do, it can be problematic. They are difficult to clean, brushing and flossing, because of where they are located. This makes them susceptible to dental caries and gum disease…. Read more »
Take a moment to run your tongue along the bottom of your teeth. Can you feel a sticky film coating your pearly whites? This film hardens into tartar if it is left to build on your teeth, and becomes crusty once it hardens. Unlike plaque, which is colorless, tartar is not. Once it hardens into… Read more »
If you want a perfect smile this Christmas, we have some ideas for you! At , we have many treatment options that can give you the smile you are looking for, and some of those treatments are: Dental crowns A dental crown is also known as a dental cap, and it covers the entire visible… Read more »
Did you know that disease can lead to fairly serious problems, or why you should keep your gums safe? As you probably know, your gums are important. Beneath your gums is bone that supports your teeth and keep them in place. Your gums, which are actually just a soft layer of skin, protect this supporting… Read more »
Over the years, people have let oral health decline due to poor oral habits. That is why the American Dental Association has come to recommend using these four steps in order to maintain a happy, healthy mouth. 1.Brush and floss: Regularly brushing twice a day while flossing at least once a day is the best… Read more »
Many people have heard of the American Dental Association, however, less people know much about them. That is why our team is here to help you understand the importance of the ADA and how they strive to improve oral health care everywhere. Many people believe that dentistry is a modern form of medical practice. However,… Read more »
Dental sealants are a plastic material that is painted onto the chewing surfaces of the teeth to protect them against cavities. Sealants can be placed on any of the teeth, but they are usually placed on the premolars and molars, as these are the teeth that have decay the most often. The back teeth have… Read more »
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