Archive for March, 2016

Sleep and Oral Health

Your sleep patterns could be impacting your oral health. A recent study suggests that lack of sleep is identified as a factor that may play a role in the progression of periodontal disease, better known as gum disease. Subjects participating in the study who slept a minimum of seven to eight hours per night exhibited […]

Cleaning Tips

Proper care of your teeth and gums can help you avoid common diseases like gingivitis. Here are five tips that adults should do each day to keep oral hygiene in tip top shape. *Use an Electric Toothbrush Electric toothbrushes work harder by pushing fluid between teeth and around the gum line, which provides a more […]

Preventing decay

It is very important to try to prevent decay of your child’s primary teeth. As soon as teeth appear in the mouth, decay can occur. One of the risk factors for this “baby bottle tooth decay” is frequent and prolonged exposure of a baby’s teeth to liquids containing sugar. These liquids could include milk, breast […]

Conservative Dental Care

Conservative Dental Care is focused on preserving as much of your natural tooth and gum structure as possible. New minimumly invasive dental techniques enable us to skillfully and accurately perform the necessary work on teeth and gums while being less invasive and ultra conservative. Here are some examples: Laser Dentistry, uses state of the art […]

Cracked Tooth Syndrome

Cracked tooth syndrome is a real problem for many people, and is typically hard to diagnose. The signs and symptoms vary in cracked tooth syndrome making it more difficult on your dentist to pinpoint the problem. Cracked tooth syndrome can be summed up in three successive phases: craze lines, cracks, and fractures. Craze lines are […]