Sensitive Teeth: Causes and Solutions

Have you noticed that your teeth seem overly sensitive when they come into contact with sugary foods, or that your teeth sometimes exhibit pangs of pain? This could very well mean that your teeth are more sensitive than they should be. The good news ...


Common Dental Care Myths

There’s no argument that taking care of your teeth is important, but it doesn’t stop other dental care rumors from circulating. With your best interests in mind, we are going to take a look at the real truths regarding some of the more common den...


Glossary

A- Abscess – infection caused by severe tooth decay, trauma or gum disease. Amalgam – a silver and mercury material used for fillings. Anesthetic – a drug used by your doctor to eliminate a patient’s localized pain during certain dental proce...


Tooth Decay Prevention

Tooth Decay Prevention Tooth decay is a progressive disease resulting in the interaction of bacteria that naturally occur on the teeth and sugars in the everyday diet. Sugar causes a reaction in the bacteria, causing it to produce acids that break do...


Early Dental Care

Teething Normally the first tooth erupts between ages 6 to 12 months. Gums are sore, tender and sometimes irritable until the age of 3. Rubbing sore gums gently with a clean finger, the back of a cold spoon or a cold, wet cloth helps soothe the gums....



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