Why You Should Help Your Smile With Dentures

If your s Dr. Fethke, Kooyner, and Pottenger, have recommended replacing your missing teeth and restoring your oral health with dentures, then there are many reasons why they suggested this. Dentures are top-of-the-line appliances that can help you in many ways. In fact, they offer many benefits, including: -Dentures can replace your missing teeth without… Read more »

Unique Insight on Cavity Prevention Treatments

A healthy smile is a happy smile. In order to make sure your smile is happy, always employ the necessary cavity prevention techniques to ensure your smile will not suffer from dental damage due to erosion or tooth decay. Due to the fact that your diet plays a key role in dental erosion, make sure… Read more »

The Tips You Need for Strong Teeth and an Enhanced Smile

You deserve a smile you’re confident in. It’s always nice to have a healthy and attractive smile you don’t have to worry or feel self-conscious about. This is why our dentist, Dr. , encourages you to work toward your perfect smile each day. To help you, has the tips you need to reach those smile… Read more »

Yearly Oral Health Reminders: Bruxism & Night Guards

With the multitude of oral health ailments that can affect your smile at any point in time, there is often only so much you can do to protect your teeth. However, some ailments can be prevented and treated if found in time. An often-hidden oral health condition that can commonly arise is known as bruxism…. Read more »

Using Water Flossers

So you’ve obtained or otherwise received a water flosser, but you’re scared of using it. You’re used to flossing traditionally, and this new machine is the genesis of the robot uprising. We hear you. A number of our patients actually favor water flossing to traditional flossing, and though the change from traditional flossing can take… Read more »

The Benefits and Perks of Mouthwash

If you wish to improve your smile, it is important to improve your oral health care habits. Even if you are brushing twice daily and flossing once every day, there are still treatments and techniques you could be using to improve your oral health and your oral health care. One such tool you should consider… Read more »

Your Mouthguard

If you, or your child are involved in sports, you should speak with your dentist about wearing a mouthguard. Many leagues and school districts have made mouthguards mandatory pieces of equipment for contact sports. However if you play any sport where there is a chance of an impact to your mouth and teeth, you should… Read more »

Saving Your Smile With a Dental Bond

If you have one or more teeth that could use some help, you might want to talk with your dentist about a dental bond. Bonding has many advantages: dental bonds are inexpensive and easy to place. A dental bond can be shaped to fit your smile, and colored to match the rest of your tooth,… Read more »

Important Events in Ancient Dentistry

Dentistry: so you want to know how it all began. Well, its background penetrates more deeply than the roots of your teeth. Here is a brief sketch of important events in ancient dentistry: The earliest solid evidence of dental work is a prehistoric infected tooth from old-world Italy that contains evidence of a cleaning with… Read more »

Handling Your Halitosis

The anchovies on your pizza or the garlic in your salad may be what is causing your bad breath, and what is causing your friends and family to talk to you from the other side of the room. But your bad breath, or halitosis can be caused by several different factors. Aside from your lunch… Read more »