Understanding Tooth Brushing Techniques

Caring for your smile through various aspects of oral hygiene routines includes making sure that any toothbrush problems you are suffering from are minimized and eliminated. Even if you are brushing your teeth every day twice daily, you may not be doing so effectively and in turn, cause various forms of oral health risks to arise. Always analyze your toothbrush... read more »

Aspects of a Dental Bridge You Should Consider

If your smile is affected by a missing tooth, it could be at risk of serious issues that affect your oral health. You see, when a tooth is lost to trauma or disease, it allows the surrounding teeth to move around, and this could increase your risk of issues such as bad breath and tooth decay. Fortunately, you have a... read more »

Using ADA-Approved Products

Every year, families and individuals deal with cavities and gum disease problems that could have been prevented by routine dental checkups and a consistent oral hygiene routine. Brushing your teeth twice each day and remembering to floss at least once every 24 hours is essential for removing bacterial deposits from your mouth. At the same time, the quality of the... read more »

Test Your Knowledge About Dental Care by Taking This Quiz

Do you think you know all there is to know about dental care? If so, it’s time to know for sure. Our dentists would be happy to test your knowledge by providing a dental care quiz on this blog. The more you know about dental care, the better. In fact, it can help you better understand the treatments provided at... read more »

Baby Bottles and Tooth Decay

If you put your baby to bed with a bottle, your child could be at risk for baby bottle tooth decay. Everyone’s mouth, including your baby’s contains bacteria. The sugars and carbohydrates found in milk, formula and fruit juice are used by that bacteria to create acids which will erode your child’s tooth enamel and promote cavities. Below are some... read more »

Reinvent Your Smile with Composite Dental Fillings

Are you in need of a dental filling treatment? Has a cavity affected your smile and continues to eat through any of your teeth? If so, a dental filling treatment in the form of a composite restoration can effectively fill in the cavity and give you a healthy smile. Composite dental fillings, also call tooth-colored fillings are designed to a... read more »

Building a New Smile for a New Year

With the coming of the holiday season, it is a good time to assess your oral health care and set up a checklist of anything you can do to always keep your smile safe, including cleaning and care for your mouth, and visiting your dentist as necessary. For optimum oral health care, protect your teeth with tools such as mouth... read more »

The Differences Between a Temporary and a Traditional Crown

Are you about to restore your smile with a dental crown? If so, you will be given two different types of crowns during your appointment: a temporary crown and a traditional crown. To help you know the differences about these two restorations, our dentist, Dr. Lucas Rudelich, is happy to give you a little more information about them. A temporary... read more »

Foundations of Oral Health Care

Taking care of your mouth doesn’t have to be difficult--but NOT taking care of your mouth can lead to tooth erosion, cavities, and other dental emergencies. To prevent the expense, pain, and annoyance of these problems, make sure your daily dental routines are ship-shape. Brush Your Teeth: Brushing your teeth is a vital part of your oral hygiene routine. Brush... read more »

All About Your Toothbrush

Out of all of the things in your house, you would think that your toothbrush is the least intriguing item. Actually, the toothbrush has a unique history. People have been concerned about dental health since the dawn of humanity. That toothbrush hanging in your bathroom dates back about 5,000 years. Well, not that actual toothbrush, but the concept has been... read more »