Category Archives: Dental Health

Painful Teeth Can Stem from Acid Erosion of Your Enamel

Acid erosion is a common cause of tooth decay, and it can lead to pain and sensitivity. Many people aren’t aware of the damaging effects of acid erosion, but protecting your teeth from it is essential to prevent discomfort and future oral health problems. What is Acid Erosion? Acid erosion is tooth wear that leads […]

How to Keep Your Veneers Bright White

Veneers are a great way to reshape your teeth and smile. However, you may notice that they’re not as white as they once were. Fortunately, there are some things you can easily do here. Maintain Good Oral Hygiene Keeping your veneers clean and white is a matter of maintaining a proper oral health care routine. […]

Alcohol Dries Out Your Mouth and Does Not Need to Be In Dental Products

The dangers of alcohol are well documented. People know that they cannot drink and drive safely. They know that if alcohol can damage their liver. What they don’t always realize is the number of ways that alcohol gets into their body. There are many dental products that include alcohol. The makers of these products talk […]

4 Tips to Getting a Healthier Smile Before Your Next Appointment

While dentist appointments can be scary, they don’t have to be. There are some things you can do beforehand so you have a healthier smile the next time you arrive in our office. Pay Attention to Your Tooth Brushing Habits Make sure you’re brushing your teeth for a minimum of a full two minutes twice […]

Do Cold Sores Impact Your Oral Health?

Anyone who is prone to cold sores knows that they tend to pop up at the most inconvenient of times. A cold sore is a blister, or a group of blisters, found around the mouth, and it is caused by the herpes simplex virus. They are highly contagious, and while most adults are already infected […]