Overview of Common Restorative Dental Treatments

Do you wish you knew more about dental care? If so, you have come to the right blog! Our dentist, Dr. , is happy to teach you all about some of the common restorative dental treatments that are used in dental clinics all around the country. The more you know about these treatments, the better… Read more »

Four Things to Know About Amalgam and Composite Dental Fillings

Do you have questions about dental fillings, such as whether you would benefit more from composite versus amalgam material? While there are many options for dental fillings, amalgams and composites are the most common and effective. Our dentists, Dr. Tobola, Dr. Grindling, and Dr. Grindling offers a list of four facts about both amalgam and composite… Read more »

A Dental Crown Might Be Necessary to Repair a Tooth Affected by Dental Attrition

Uncorrected alignment issues with two or more of your teeth can do more than leave you with an unattractive smile. As the years go by one tooth can gradually wear on the tooth enamel of another. As this area of dental attrition worsens it can leave the tooth at increasing risk of other dental conditions…. Read more »

The Ways You Didn’t Know a Dental Cleaning Can Help You

If you thought your dental cleaning was just about preventing cavities, stopping tooth loss, and brightening the smile, you’re incorrect. Although these benefits are very important and necessary, there is more to your appointment. In fact, there are additional benefits that you have probably never even thought of. Our dentist, Dr. , is happy to… Read more »

Oral Health ABCs: Tooth Hazard Prevention

Oral hazards and accidents are a common cause of dental damage and injuries. Exercise effective accident prevention planning procedures to ensure your mouth is well prepared for all risks, including those seen and unseen. Common risks include the following: – Plaque is a well-known oral health hazard. Typically, bacteria arises when you do not clean… Read more »

How to Stay Calm During a Tooth Extraction

Do you have a tooth extraction planned at ? If so, you’re on your way toward a strong and healthy smile. Sometimes tooth extraction is necessary if the tooth is too severely damaged for treatment. To help you have the best dental appointment possible, our dentist, Dr. , has some tips that can help you… Read more »

How to Relieve a Toothache

If your tooth throbs and your surrounding gums are full of pain, you have a toothache. Now, there are many things that could be causing your toothache, like something stuck between your teeth, the teeth grinding habit, a cavity, and more. Before you get too stressed about your toothache in , , our dentist, Dr…. Read more »

General Information About Sugarless Chewing Gum

Can sugarless gum be used to stave off tooth decay and cavities? As crazy as this may seem, the truth is that yes indeed chewing gum does have the capability to alter your dental habits and produce factors that help keep your mouth clean and clear of decay, specifically in the form of saliva. Saliva… Read more »

Is It Time to Retire Your Toothbrush?

Everything eventually wears out. Cars, computers, toothbrushes. Wait, toothbrushes? Yes, even toothbrushes. Your toothbrush probably isn’t something you think about since most people only use thiers twice a day. The rest of the time, it just hangs there by your sink, waiting for someone to pick it up again. But like any other tool or… Read more »

What Do You Know about Root Canals?

Do you know the purpose of a root canal? A root canal is a dental treatment used to save a tooth from extraction or failure. Root canals are needed when the pulp of a tooth becomes damaged and must be removed to avoid causing any further harm to your mouth or the tooth itself. If… Read more »