Dental Erosion and Acidic Foods

Dental erosion and acidic foods go hand in hand with each other. Oftentimes, dental erosion is a direct cause of acidic foods in your diet. In addition, sugars in foods and drinks can be converted into harmful acids in your mouth that can easily destroy your precious tooth enamel. Protect your teeth by improving your… Read more »

Easy Ways to Spot Gum Disease

Gum disease, also referred to as periodontal disease, is a very common, yes serious oral infection to your gum tissue. If left untreated, gum disease can lead to irreversible tooth loss. Listed below are typical signs and symptoms that gum disease may be taking place. – Look for sensitive gums that appear abnormal and damaged,… Read more »

Are You in Need of a Root Canal Therapy This Summer?

Are you in need of a root canal therapy this summer? Root canal treatments are used when the pulp of a tooth has become so damaged, that an infection has set in and if the pulp is not removed the entire tooth will be lost for good. Common causes that typically require root canal procedures… Read more »

A Partial Can Non-Invasively Replace the Presence of Multiple Knocked-Out Teeth

If you’re an athlete who practices or plays in a contact sport without the protection of a high-quality mouthguard, you are at extreme risk of suffering a dental trauma. Should one or more teeth be knocked out by a hard blow to the face, chances are good that it will result in the total loss… Read more »

Do You Know That Dental Floss Is Vital to Your Oral Health?

Do you know that dental floss is vital to your oral health? Brushing your teeth is an excellent habit to prevent tooth decay and gum disease, but unfortunately, it is not enough. Brushing cannot sufficiently remove food debris and plaque buildup between teeth, which instead must be done with an interdental tool such as dental… Read more »

What to Expect During Dental Crown Placement

If one of your teeth becomes damaged or badly decayed, Drs. Cho, Hayat, and Reisner may recommend a dental crown in , , to return your tooth to its former glory. A dental crown is a custom-made cap that is placed over a tooth to restore its strength, shape, size, and appearance. A dental crown… Read more »

Teach Your Child the Benefits of Brushing

If you are looking to improve the oral health of your child, you should remember to teach them the benefits of brushing. In their early years, they will be too young to do it themselves, or even understand what it is for. However, as long as you are persistent in brushing their teeth every day,… Read more »

Preventive Dentistry and Dental Sealants

Have you noticed that your child has difficulty with their oral hygiene? Are there places that they miss while brushing and flossing? It can be difficult for a child new to dental care to grasp the right techniques to effectively clean the cracks and crevices of their teeth that can be easy to miss. This… Read more »

Your Smile and Your Health Are Like Peas in a Pod

Your smile and your health are like peas in a pod. If your smile suffers, the likelihood of a drop in your health is also likely to occur, and vice versa. Thus, in order to better care for each, we must do our part to ensure our smile and our health are taken adequately taken… Read more »

Dental Avulsion Requires First Aid and Professional Treatment

Dental avulsion is a technical term in the oral healthcare industry to describe a tooth that has been knocked out of the socket or severely damaged at the gumline. When a tooth is knocked out in this manner, the trauma to the socket and the tooth is often severe. Immediate first aid and professional treatment… Read more »