Root Canal Therapies to Save Teeth

Root canals are therapies used to save dying teeth. When a tooth is damaged, and the pulp is exposed, root canals must be used. If not, the tooth will have to be extracted. Listed below are some guidelines concerning root canal therapies: - As is the case with most health care services, multiple treatments for a single tooth will eventually... read more »

Preventing Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Would you be surprised to hear that cavities are quite common in adults? You see, studies have found that nearly every other American adult over 30 has some kind of tooth decay. Luckily, there are steps you can take to avoid tooth decay altogether. Still, did you know that it’s also important for you to help your child avoid tooth... read more »

Standard Fillings Can Be Used to Repair Modest Cavities

The mineral density of your tooth enamel not only gives your teeth the strength to chew food, but it also resists the formation of cavities. As you go about the course of an average day, acidic foods and beverages, as well as poor oral hygiene, can microscopically deplete these minerals. Without improvements, this can allow tooth decay to form on... read more »

How Do Cavities Grow In Your Smile?

Tooth decay. Dental Caries. Cavities. These are all names for the same dental problem, which is also one of the most common ones we see at our office. If you have received a dental filling before, then you may wonder how the decay grows in your smile. Your mouth contains hundreds of bacteria which are used to maintain your health.... read more »