Category: Restorative Dentistry

What To Do If You Have A Dental Emergency

A dental emergency can be defined as anything that harms your oral health and would get worse if you waited until tomorrow. While some dental emergencies, such as a tooth falling out as a result of an accident or a tooth breaking while you are eating, may seem obvious, some can be more difficult to… Read more »

Dental Crowns Save Teeth on the Brink

During the course of your regular dentist appointments, your dentist may notice a small oral health problem developing. Maybe it’s a little cavity in the surface of your tooth. Maybe it’s a swollen gum line that could use some flossing. These issues are relatively minor and can be addressed with quick in-office treatment and at-home… Read more »

Is Brushing and Flossing Enough?

In general, it’s thought that brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing your teeth daily is enough to prevent any serious harm from befalling them. However, for some individuals, that may not be true. That’s because genetics play an important role in your propensity for developing cavities. Due to your genetic makeup, you may… Read more »

Gentle Care for the Most Sensitive Part of Your Tooth

When you think about what your tooth looks like, you probably picture the crown of the tooth. That’s the portion of the tooth above the surface of your gum line. This is an important part of your tooth — its strength and durability allow you to comfortably chew and eat food. It’s also the portion… Read more »