Do You Have a Cavity?

Do you have a cavity? If you answered “no”, don’t be so sure. There are no nerve endings in the enamel of your teeth, so if a cavity is forming on one of your teeth, you may not know. But as time goes on, and the cavity becomes deeper, infection may set in, and as… Read more »

A Day in Dentistry: Toothache Treatments

Did you know that a toothache needs to be treated as soon as possible to eliminate the spread of decay and infection? Because a toothache occurs due to an abscessed tooth that has an infection, it is important to be aware of the causes and what you can do to help prevent them. If a… Read more »

Enhance Your Smile with Dental Bonding

As spring comes around again, it brings the season of cosmetic dentistry for beautiful smiles. Methods such as dental bonding can improve damaged and flawed teeth with high-quality dental porcelain to strengthen weak tooth enamel and improve unwanted dental flaws. Dental bonding can offer you a variety of smile benefits in one quick and easy… Read more »

Tips for Helping Your Child Have a Healthy Spring Smile

Do you want your child to have a strong and healthy smile this spring? If so, our dentist, Dr. Sean T. Ky, has the tips you need to help your child. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to keep your child’s teeth and gums in tip-top shape while they enjoy this warm weather… Read more »

Enamel Erosion Prevention Tips

Enamel erosion is a dental problem that can be dangerous to your smile and oral health. Enamel erosion is the name for the process by which you lose the enamel on the surface of your tooth. This process makes that outer shell of the teeth soft and weak,and increases your chances of having cavities and… Read more »

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay: The Signs

Baby bottle tooth decay is a dental issue that can do great to children’s little smiles. This problem typically occurs when a child’s teeth are frequently exposed to sugar. One the ways you could put your child at risk for this problem is by sending him or her to bed with a bottle full of… Read more »

The Key to a Great Smile with Halitosis Treatments & Prevention

Once you understand what is causing your halitosis, also known as bad breath, you can apply effective treatments to help keep your smile safe. Furthermore, you can even implement prevention plans to help ensure bad breath will not arise in the future and keep your smile safe from other forms of oral ailments. If we… Read more »

Discover Your Smile with Gum Disease Symptom Detection

To keep your smile safe, it is important to always assess your oral health care in regard to gum disease. Gum disease is a common oral health condition that often arises and contributes to a downturn in your oral health due to infected gum tissue. To determine if gum disease is present in your smile,… Read more »

Dental Sealant Eligibility

Are you susceptible to cavities on your molars? If you don’t have dental sealants on them, the answer may be yes. We put together this post to help you learn a little bit extra about dental sealants; read on to improve your understanding, and feel free to give us a call to plan a visit… Read more »

Practicing Oral Hygiene During the Holidays

Holiday travel, family vacations, setting decorations, and hosting parties: the holidays aren’t the comfortable relaxation they first seem to be! As you’re taking the time to enjoy this holiday season, we hope you retain your oral hygiene routine to maximize the welfare of your teeth and gums. Here are some extra tips to keep you… Read more »