Category Archives: Patient Education

  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. Taking Care Of Your Mouth After Treatment

    As much as we dream of having perfect teeth, that is not always the reality. However, thanks to advancements in dental technology and procedures, there are a number of treatments we offer our patients that can restore any issue found with your oral health. While the treatment itself is extremely important, what is more important is following the after-treatment instructions we give you once treatment is completed. Not following our instructions can lead to severe damage to your oral health. Continue reading to learn more.

  3. Can Binge Watching TV Affect Your Oral Health?

    With the ever-growing popularity in streaming services mixed with the lingering effects of the pandemic and many people still reserved about venturing out, binge watching TV has never been easier or more common. An entire season of a show being released on one day leaves many people eager to watch every episode as fast as they can. This leads us to the question of can binge watching TV affect your oral health? Unfortunately, for some, the answer is yes.

  4. Getting A Filling Is No Big Deal

    Have you recently learned that you have a cavity, need to have it filled, and are feeling a bit nervous about the procedure? We are here to tell you that a filling is the most common and popular treatment performed in our office, aside from traditional hygiene examinations and cleanings. If you have never had a filling before or it has been a while since your last cavity, we know it can get a little nerve-racking before your appointment. We want to take a few moments to ease your fears and explain more about a filling and the importance of being diligent with treatment. Read on to learn more.