How Invisalign® Works

Are you looking for more information on Invisalign®? If so, we have exciting news for you! Invisalign works to improve the alignment of your teeth. Here at in , , our team is happy to talk to you about Invisalign, so you can discover if this path is the right one for you. Invisalign is… Read more »

Dry Mouth Treatments

Xerostomia, commonly known as dry mouth, is the result of saliva glands not functioning properly. Some causes include stress, nervousness, side effect of certain medications, smoking, or a consequence of disease or treatment. wants to help you manage underlying medical conditions causing dry mouth, prevent tooth decay from occurring, and increase the flow of your… Read more »

A Tooth’s Location and Primary Function Will Influence the Material Used for a Crown

A crown is a near perfect replica of the tooth enamel layer used by Dr. at , clinic to restore a damaged or decayed tooth. It is anchored onto an abutment formed from the internal dentin layer of the tooth. In the case of a tooth that needed endodontic therapy, such as a root canal,… Read more »

Can Water Flossers Replace Traditional Floss?

Can water flossers replace traditional floss? A water flosser is an interdental device that is built to supplement your oral health care treatment using an alternative oral health care treatment method of cleaning between teeth. Water flossers work by using a unique device that can spray beams of water at teeth, rather than a thread… Read more »

There Are Different Options for Restoring a Lost Tooth

Tooth loss can occur from several different sources. While untreated tooth decay is the most common cause of tooth loss, it can also occur from severe dental trauma, dental avulsion, or a treatment-related extraction. When this happens, it can pose other oral complications that could potentially worsen with time. Eventually, it could even affect the… Read more »

Dental Flossing Tips, Techniques, and Guidelines

Is your dental flossing routine being done to the best of your ability? You should try to floss your teeth every single day to prevent food particles and bacteria from thriving in tough to reach areas between your teeth. Make sure that you clean between every single tooth and behind the back ones as well…. Read more »

A Dental Bleaching Treatment Can Safely Remove Stains from Deep Within Tooth Enamel

Dark particles that are allowed to penetrate deep into tooth enamel can leave you with an unsightly, yellow smile. As time goes on, these stains can become so significant that retail whitening products simply lack the potency to fully whiten your teeth. For a smile afflicted with significant staining problems, Dr. Hoffman, Dr. Flicker, and… Read more »

Dental Veneers Are a Convenient Cosmetic Dental Solution for an Unappealing Smile

An unappealing smile caused by chips, old cavities, or discolored teeth can hamper your social life. This can even be a significant problem if you work at a business or industry that requires face-to-face interaction. For a smile in this condition, Dr. might recommend dental veneers. These porcelain shells cemented onto the faces of each… Read more »

The Different Foods and Drinks that Can Help Your Teeth

Do you want to maintain a strong and healthy smile? If so, then you need to keep it in tip-top shape. One way you can do that is to take advantage of the tooth-healthy foods and drinks that are available in the world today. Some of those products are: –Calcium-fortified juices and milk: Calcium-fortified beverages… Read more »

A Composite Filling Can Be Used to Repair a Small Cavity on a Tooth in Your Smile

Poor oral hygiene promotes the natural bacteria in your mouth, which can affect your oral health in a myriad of ways. Cavities are one of the more serious complications of poor oral hygiene. They develop when the bacteria work to exploit a weakened or textured area of tooth enamel, compromising the health and functionality of… Read more »