Handling Halitosis

Halitosis is the clinical name for a problem almost everyone faces from time to time: bad breath. Your bad breath may stem from your morning coffee, smoking, alcohol use, or something you ate earlier in the day. But more often than not, the root of bad breath is poor oral... Read more »

Springtime Smile Bliss: Dental Erosion Prevention

To help minimize the effects of dental erosion on your teeth, you want to make sure that you implement effective oral hygiene routines and eat a healthy and nutritious diet. Not only should you eat foods that can help strengthen your tooth enamel, but you need to eliminate products that... Read more »

Examining the Ingredients of Your Toothpaste

How many times have you brushed your teeth with one of a thousand different brands of toothpaste and never wondered what is in it? Sure, you know that it contains fluoride, but do you know of even one more ingredient? Here are the common ingredients of most basic toothpastes: A... Read more »

Ways to Whiten Your Teeth at Home

We would all like to whiten our teeth. Were you aware though that you can get a professional whitening treatment in your own home? We offer a treatment that you can perform yourself, and that is through our custom whitening trays. We can provide you with a whitening gel that... Read more »

A Dental Fracture Require First Aid While Seeking Professional Treatment

Sometimes an accidental blow to the mouth from a household slip and fall or a sports injury can damage one or more of your teeth. In a moment such as this, applying some basic first aid can help manage discomfort, while you seek emergency treatment from a dentist like Dr. Abbas... Read more »

Your Smile Depends on Treatments During Cold and Flu Season

Ensuring your mouth can remain clean when you are sick is essential if you are battling an illness. Even though we often tend to neglect our health care when we are sick, it is important to muster the strength to battle through an illness and keep your teeth and gums... Read more »

Aspects of a Super Smile: Preventing Dental Damage

If you are routinely suffering from oral accidents or injuries, it could be linked to an unhealthy lifestyle. Even if you are taking care of your diet and cleaning your teeth every single day, you may be putting your teeth at risk due to lifestyle choices. To better protect yourself,... Read more »

A Tooth With a Bad Dental Filling Might Need a Dental Crown

A dental filling is typically used to repair a small area of compromised tooth enamel. This type of damage is usually the result of a small cavity, chip, or other minor physical defects with the tooth. Dental fillings are bonded or cemented onto the surrounding tooth enamel to effectively repair... Read more »

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay Decoded

Sugary drinks in your child’s bottle can lead to tooth decay. Never leave a bottle with your baby when putting him down for the night or for a nap. Sugary drinks can pool in a baby’s mouth for a long period of time, and increase the chances of tooth decay.... Read more »

Brushing Your Teeth with Sensitivity Toothpaste Might Only Mask Symptoms of a More Serious Dental Health Condition

Tooth sensitivity can sometimes be a significant annoyance that has a gradual negative effect on your basic enjoyment of life. Cutting out or cutting back on certain hot, cold, sweet, or acidic things that you once enjoyed can certainly be frustrating. This prompts some people with tooth sensitivity to experiment... Read more »