Why Should I Wear a Mouthguard?

Your s, Drs. Haddad and Lewellyn, strongly recommend wearing a mouthguard when you participate in high-contact sports and activities and when you grind your teeth and night (if this is a habit you participate in). But do you know why? Well, our dental team will be happy to tell you why. There are many benefits… Read more »

An Untreated Cavity Can Be a Common Cause of Toothache Pain

Individuals who struggle with dental anxiety or dental phobia symptoms are sometimes reticent to seek professional dental care until a small problem worsens into a serious dental health condition. If you have let a cavity go untreated for too long the bacterial tooth decay could penetrate the core of the tooth causing a slowly worsening… Read more »

Ensuring a Healthy Smile While Giving Thanks This Holiday Season

Thanksgiving and Christmas is a time of festive celebration and partaking of yummy food and drink. At , we love to celebrate the holidays, but we also care about your oral health and want to ensure your smile stays healthy this holiday season. So, when you dig into the candied yams, pumpkin and cherry pies,… Read more »

An Overview of Mouth Guards

Teeth make it possible for you to eat, breathe and smile beautifully. They help us so much, and they deserve to be looked out for. With suitable care, your chompers can last a lifetime. In addition to brushing two times per day and flossing once daily, donning a mouth guard is a good method to… Read more »

Cleaning Your Toothbrush

Even though your toothbrush is a very simple tool it still needs a little TLC to make sure that is functions at its optimum level. Cleaning your toothbrush is a much easier than you might think. You do not need to boil your toothbrush, put it in the microwave or dishwasher or under an ultraviolet… Read more »

All about Dental Erosion

What is dental erosion, anyway? Your enamel is that hard white outer layer that protects your teeth and makes them glow. Dental erosion occurs when harmful acids in your mouth that erode through your tooth enamel, causing tooth decay and cavities. If your tooth enamel is damaged, the inner pulp of your tooth may even… Read more »

Healthy Snacks for Happy Teeth

There are so many varieties of foods, drinks, and substances out there that knowing which is great for your chompers can be a real chore. Here are a few teeth-healthy treats that you can munch away at with confidence: Celery. Celery‚Äôs natural structure helps it act like a toothbrush scraping away food remnants, and it… Read more »

Simple Tips to Help Remove a Foreign Object Stuck Between Your Teeth

If you have a bad habit of improvising your teeth as tools, biting your nails, or nibbling on desktop items, it is possible for a piece to break off and become stuck between two of your teeth on in your gumline. In a situation like this, staying calm will increase your chances of safely removing… Read more »

Your Routine Dental Checkup Might Also Include Preventative Measures

Gum health problems, cavities, and oral cancer can cause significant discomfort and prove costly to treat. In many of these cases, prevention and early detection can be very important. To aid in these endeavors the American Dental Association recommends having a routine dental checkup performed every six months. Each checkup at starts with a professional… Read more »

Principles Concerning Dental Bonding

Did you know that dental bonding can improve the look and strength of a tooth without hiding it? This is because dental bonding is a clear and nearly invisible treatment that can protect your smile while at the same time ensuring not to conceal or change its natural beauty. For a better understanding of the… Read more »