Tooth-Healthy Foods for Fall

Autumn is here, and with it comes a great variety of seasonal foods, parties, and holidays. Here are some great ways to take advantage of the season for a tooth-healthy smile! Dairy: Make sure you are getting plenty of dairy in your diet! Dairy foods such as milk, cheese, and yogurt are filled to the… Read more »

The Hazards of Tooth Decay on Your Smile Health

Spending time practicing good oral health habits helps keep you from experiencing the hazards of tooth decay on your smile. Not only avoiding cavities but gum disease as well. Your daily oral habits–brushing, flossing and seeing your dentist regularly for cleanings and exams makes you a winner when it comes to your smile. What happens when… Read more »

What to Do If Canker Sores Invade Your Mouth

Your daily smile goals should include freedom from tooth decay and gum disease and taking proper care of your teeth and gums to prevent those from developing. Still, oral issues may arise, including canker sores. These sores can show up in the mouth as tiny, shallow, ulcers which make eating and speaking challenging if they are painful. Today, our… Read more »

Restore Your Loss with Dentures for a Bigger, Better Smile

Have missing teeth? Are you interested in dentures? No matter what your oral health care needs are, we can assist you. Restore your loss with dentures for a bigger, better smile. Consider the following: – Dentures can be removed when necessary for easy cleaning and maintenance. – If you have lost teeth, partial dentures can… Read more »

The Importance of the American Dental Association

Have you ever wondered what the scoop was about the American Dental Association? Thousands of people are familiar with the term but are unsure of the basic details or importance they pose in the world of dentistry. That is why our team here at in , , is thrilled to talk to you about the… Read more »

A Severely Decayed Tooth Might Require Extraction to Prepare for a Bridge

Without professional treatment at , a cavity can spread throughout and within a tooth. If the internal tissues and structure of the tooth are compromised, it could cause a significant dental fracture. To treat a tooth in this condition and to prevent an infection from developing in the gums, Drs. Demas and Dias might recommend… Read more »

A Crown Might Be Required to Treat a Large Cavity

A cavity is often the result of poor oral hygiene habits or the lack of attendance at your regular dental checkup at . With early diagnosis, Dr. Demas and Dr. Diaz can often repair a small cavity with an amalgam or composite filling. If the cavity is allowed to spread, or if the tooth has… Read more »

Poor Oral Hygiene Habits Can Cause a Cavity to Form on a Tooth

If you’ve struggled to maintain consistent oral hygiene habits, it can have an adverse effect on the health of your teeth. This can bolster the bacteria living in your mouth, encouraging them to attack weakened areas of tooth enamel. A small area of tooth decay, often referred to as a cavity, can continue to spread,… Read more »

Teeth Whitening Systems Can Keep Your Teeth Shining Bright

Teeth whitening systems can keep your teeth shining brightly. Even if your oral health care habits have been on the downslide, a single professional whitening session can improve your tooth color by up to ten shades in a single visit. Additional options at your disposal include at-home treatments given by a dentist, or purchasing your… Read more »

Basic Information to Maximize the Longevity of Your Partial

Your new partial denture is designed to replace the full function and appearance of multiple missing teeth without using invasive dental implants. While it is invulnerable to the effects of tooth decay, your partial will still require some routine care and cleaning each day. Many people with a partial like to use denture adhesive for… Read more »