Category Archives: dental care

  1. Important Information About Tooth Decay

    Have you been experiencing unusual occurrences with your teeth and are unsure what you are feeling? You may be experiencing dental decay. Tooth decay is one of the most common dental issues that affect oral health. If not treated when detected, it can also lead to issues with your overall health as well. Tooth decay, commonly known as a cavity, is caused when the enamel of the tooth becomes compromised by plaque and lingering food allowing bacteria to make its way through the enamel to the dentin inside of the tooth.

  2. Caring For Your Teeth Through The Holidays

    We cannot be more excited for the holiday season. There seems to be a certain excitement in the air after the Thanksgiving holiday ends and December rolls around. We know that many of our patients are eager to return to the customs and traditions that had to be cancelled last year due to the pandemic. Whether you are traveling to visit family, enjoying the holidays in another location, or staying around the Baldwinsville area, we want to offer some helpful tips and reminders to ensure that your oral health does not cause a problem during this magical time.

  3. Stress And The Effect On Your Oral Health

    We can’t believe that November is here. We hope that you are enjoying the beautiful fall foliage and outdoor activities that we have available in our area this time of year. Before you know it, the holiday season will arrive, followed quickly by the start of the new year. While we have many patients who are excited for all of the festivities that the holidays bring, especially after the limitations many of us had last year due to the pandemic, we know not everyone shares this excitement. The holidays can be a stressful time for some people. You might be surprised to learn that added stress can have an effect on your oral health.

  4. Don’t Delay Getting That Crown!

    Have you recently visited our office and learned that you need a dental crown? We want to encourage our patients who are in need of a dental crown to schedule their treatment as soon as possible. Delaying treatment can lead not only to discomfort, but also the need for more extensive treatments or even tooth loss. Have you been hesitant to schedule because you are unsure of what the treatment entails? Read on to learn more about this common dental treatment and why we may have recommended this treatment method.