All About Sensitive Teeth

Are you suffering from sensitive teeth? Do you wish you could drink your favorite beverages or eat your favorite treats without the tinge of pain? If this sounds like you, you could be suffering from tooth sensitivity. This is a common condition that can be caused by many things. The critical thing to remember is your… Read more »

Knowledge Foundation: Sedation Dentistry

Are you looking for a heightened sense of relaxation during your oral health care treatments but feel that you have very little options at your disposal? The truth is that now is the best time to receive your oral health care treatments because modern dentistry is filled with sedatives and treatments to help relax patients…. Read more »

Sugar-Free Gum Can Protect Your Teeth

There are many ways you can protect your oral health and reduce the risk of cavities that threaten your smile. Our dentist, Dr. at in , , is happy to share some tips about how sugar-free gum can protect your teeth and help preserve your oral health. Here are the ways sugar-free gum works to… Read more »

A Biting Surface Cavity Might Need a Dental Inlay or Onlay

The biting surfaces of your molars and premolars often have deep textures in the tooth enamel. These natural pits and fissures aid in the efficient breakdown of food so that it can be safely swallowed. However, these deep occlusal recesses can sometimes trap bacterial deposits that could come to foster a large cavity. If our… Read more »

Do You Have Questions About Dental Crowns?

When it comes to restoring a damaged or decayed tooth, dental crowns can be one of the most effective restorative dental treatments. Our dental team is happy to answer your questions about dental crowns, including their many uses. How is a dental crown used? Uses of dental crowns go beyond repairing tooth decay to perform… Read more »

Protect Your Smile From a Poor Diet

If you aren’t in the habit of eating a healthy and balanced diet regularly, you could be consuming foods that are bad for your teeth, resulting in poor oral hygiene. It’s important to avoid harmful foods and drinks that could negatively affected your oral health over time. Below you can find a list of the… Read more »

A Dental Exam Might Include Installing Dental Sealants

Your daily brushing and flossing routine is critical to removing bacterial deposits from your teeth and along your gumline. Good oral hygiene can greatly reduce your chances of suffering from cavities and gum disease. At the same time, it’s also important to note that permanent molars and premolars can sometimes have deep recesses in the… Read more »

Receive Tooth Whitening Based on Your Type of Smile Stain

If you have tried tooth whitening previously but found it to be unhelpful, you may need to see a dentist to determine which type of whitening treatment is right for your tooth stains. To help you choose the right teeth whitening treatment, our dentist and team offer more information on the types of tooth stains… Read more »

Fall in Love with Your Smile Thanks to Tooth Hazard Treatments

  It’s never too early to start thinking about what you can do to take care of your smile for the rest of your life. Your adult teeth will be the last set you get once your wisdom teeth grow in as a teen. This means that they have to last you for the rest… Read more »

Do You Know the Answers to These Three Dental Crown Questions?

If you aren’t very familiar with dental crowns yet, there is no need to worry. Your dental care provider can answer any questions you have about dental crowns. If you would like to learn more about dental crowns today, our dentists, Dr. John Orlando and Dr. Christopher Spelman, offer general responses to the three big questions… Read more »