Dental Facts and Findings on Tooth Restorations

The best way to enhance your smile is to repair any damage that has occurred due to the use of a tooth restoration. Your dentist will be able to craft for you a better smile that is not only more aesthetically pleasing to the eye but also healthier for future... Read more »

How to Keep Your Toothbrush Free From Germs

If you’re one who wants a germ-free toothbrush, then you have come to the right blog. Today, our dentist, Dr. Allen Daniels, is happy to discuss the ways you can keep your toothbrush clean and pristine. This is beneficial because it can help you have the top-notch brush you need... Read more »

Talk to Your Dentist About Dental Bonding

Improving your smile often requires advanced oral health care treatments. However, preventing risks and dental damage can only take you so far. In many cases, oral accidents and injuries can arise even if you take the necessary damage prevention planning tactics. If any kind of dental damage occurs, consider a... Read more »

Chewing Gum Can Supplement Your Dental Hygiene Routine

Did you know that chewing gum can help prevent cavities? That’s right. Studies have shown that chewing gum for about 20 minutes after meals can help prevent tooth decay. But why is that? Dr. Allen Daniels and our team are happy to share some helpful information about chewing gum. Chewing... Read more »

Dental Sealants Can Reduce Your Child’s Risk of Molar Cavities

The average child loses his or her baby teeth by early to mid-adolescence, receiving permanent teeth in their place. Some of these permanent teeth, particularly molars and premolars, have deep pits in the chewing surface that collect food particles and are not easy to clean with a toothbrush. If your... Read more »

Teach Your Smile New Tricks: Chewing Gum

  If you wish to keep your oral health care at a positive success rate, always make sure there's plenty of saliva on your teeth. Saliva helps neutralize acids and wash away plaque buildup in your mouth. An effective technique to produce saliva is by chewing sugarless gum. Saliva flow is... Read more »

Protecting Your Teeth With a Mouthguard

It seems that a new sports season starts almost before the last one is over. If you or your child is involved in sports or vigorous recreation, you should consider purchasing a mouthguard at the start of every sports season. Many school districts and leagues require mouthguards for certain sports,... Read more »

Maintaining Your Veneers

Veneers are a great choice for repairing minor damage to your teeth. Veneers are thin shells made of porcelain that fit over the fronts of your teeth. They can conceal minor chips and stains, and even close the gaps between teeth that have are unevenly spaced. But remember that veneers... Read more »

Dentistry’s Fascinating History

The dental profession may be older than you think. In fact, archeologists discovered an ancient infected tooth that contained evidence of a dental cleaning with flint tools. This tooth was dated back to 12,000 B.C. The first written text we have that mentions anything about dentistry was in 5000 BC,... Read more »

Get the Facts About Root Canals

Dental technology has come a long way. In the past a tooth that was damaged by decay or trauma may well have been extracted. However, many teeth are saved these days by a process which has a name that strikes terror into the hearts of dental patients: the root canal.... Read more »