Smile Protection Tips for Your Teen

Smile protection is very important if you want your teen to have a top-notch oral health and smile. This is because there are many things that can attack and harm the teeth and gums, like bacteria, acid, high-contact sports, and more. So, if you want your teen to have the strong and healthy smile they… Read more »

How Breastfeeding Can Reduce the Need for Orthodontic Treatment

You probably know some benefits of breastfeeding, which is a personal decision you make for your baby, but there may be some you may not know about, such as alignment protection. Read today’s blog and find out the benefits. Breastfeeding May Aid in Building a Better Bite One study from Pediatrics states that babies who… Read more »

Be Sure to Look for the ADA’s Logo on Your Child’s Toothpaste

Many experienced parents find that instilling good oral hygiene in a child’s early years improves their chances of maintaining those practices as they age. Not only can this help your child maintain good oral health when they’re young, it could also increase their chances of preserving their healthy mouth into adulthood. When brushing and flossing,… Read more »

How to Help Your Child Prevent Dental Issues

Do you want to help your child prevent dental issues? If so, you have come to the right blog. Today, our dentist, Dr. Jacob Avner, would like to teach you how to help your child maintain a strong and healthy smile by preventing problems like tooth decay, gum disease, and enamel erosion. To do so,… Read more »

Enjoy Lifelong Tooth Replacement with a Dental Implant

Your natural teeth are meant to last a lifetime, but damaging circumstances such as gum disease or a blow to the face can cause you to lose a tooth prematurely. To counteract tooth loss, our talented dentist can provide a custom-made dental implant. Before beginning the dental implant procedure, our dentist will examine your gums,… Read more »

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay: The Numbers

If baby bottle tooth decay evolves for too long without dental procedures, options for recovery become slim. While it’s never the first thing we recommend, your child may end up needing surgery to get rid of their affected chompers if the baby bottle tooth decay has progressed too far. When this is the case, we’ll… Read more »

Instilling Good Oral Hygiene Practices in Your Child Can Help Them Maintain a Healthy Mouth in Adulthood

Maintaining your child’s overall health and quality of life in their childhood is very important. This also extends to teaching them important life skills that can serve them well into their adult years. Instilling good oral hygiene habits early in their life encourages your son or daughter to maintain those habits into adulthood. The American… Read more »

Dentures Save Smiles

Sometimes you end up with missing teeth. This can happen for a plethora of reasons: accidents, tooth decay, oral emergencies, or other problems. Whether you are missing a few or many teeth, dentures are a great option for filling in your smile! Sometimes when you lose teeth, the skin and tissues of your face start… Read more »

Tooth Sensitivity Symptoms Might Be Linked to Another Dental Health Condition

Sometimes brushing your teeth with a toothpaste formulated with potassium nitrate can help reduce tooth sensitivity discomfort. While this might seem sufficient in the short term, it might simply be masking the symptoms of a more serious dental health condition. If you’ve been experiencing chronic tooth sensitivity problems, you should strongly consider scheduling an appointment… Read more »

Are There Things That Can Wear Away My Tooth Enamel?

Your tooth enamel is a strong shell that protects your teeth and fights dental issues. Sadly, there are things in the world today that can harm that shell and make your chompers vulnerable. One of those things is enamel erosion. This problem erodes the enamel, exposes the underlying dentin, and promotes the creation of cavities…. Read more »