Dental Checkups to Restore Your Oral Health

Did you know dental checkups and oral health care exams is the first step to restoring your oral health? Well, it’s true! Having a healthy smile is obtainable. While having a semi-annual checkup can take time out of your schedule, you could avoid long term costly treatments. That is why our team in , ,… Read more »

The Symptoms of Gum Recession

Would you be surprised to hear that brushing and flossing every day will help you keep your teeth healthy and strong? Similarly, would you be surprised to hear that you should also visit our dentist regularly? Still, even if you keep your teeth as clean as you could, you could still have to deal with… Read more »

A Tooth Compromised by Multiple Fillings May Need a Crown Restoration

Fillings are typically used to repair a small cavity or a chip in a tooth. A tooth with multiple small fillings might not have much of the original tooth enamel remaining. If one of those fillings is compromised, or if a new cavity develops, Dr. Deore, Dr. Jones and the specialists at their , ,… Read more »

What You Need to Know About Baby Bottle Decay

Did you know that many adults—as many as 47% of adults—actually have tooth decay? While you may have heard that decay is uncommon, adults and children often have to cope with this issue. However, children are even more vulnerable to some types of gum disease than adults are, though there are several things you can… Read more »

Begin Your Legacy to a Lasting Smile This Year

Have you ever wanted a brighter smile with the use of cosmetic enhancements or procedures? Even if you have discolored teeth, there is still hope for a remedy via teeth whitening systems. The three main types of whitening systems are professional teeth whitening, dentist-recommend treatment plans for at-home use, or via the purchase of over-the-counter… Read more »

We Can Repair Tooth Decay Using Fillings and Crowns

Cavities are tooth decay that chews a hole in your tooth enamel, the outer layer of your teeth. If you don’t brush and floss consistently, a sticky film of bacteria, called plaque, can form on your teeth. These bacteria make acid that eats at your teeth from the sugars you eat. There are many things… Read more »

Tooth Squeeze: The Dental Issue to Look Out for When Flying and Diving

If you’re about to experience a dramatic change in altitude, you need to remember to watch out for a dental issue called tooth squeeze, which is also known as barodontalgia. This dental issue occurs when the air pockets in your teeth expand and contract due to the high or low air pressure. It’s common for… Read more »

The Four Reasons Why Sedation Dentistry is Beneficial

Did you know there are special products that can help you feel more comfortable in the hands of the dentist? Well, it’s true—it’s called sedation dentistry. Sedation dentistry is a beneficial tool that can help you have better and more pleasant dental experiences. In fact, there are many reasons why sedation dentistry is so beneficial,… Read more »

A Dental Filling Can Be Used to Treat Tooth Decay

If a patient has tooth decay, Dr. Deore and Dr. Jones may recommend a dental filling in , . A dental filling is used to fill the area of a tooth where decay was removed. Dental fillings can also be used to fix broken or chipped teeth, or teeth that are worn down. What is… Read more »

Gum Disease Poses a Multiple Threats to Your Oral Health

Periodontal disease is the technical term used for gum disease. This is an infection and inflammation of in your gums affects an estimated 47% of adults over the age of 30. Gum disease is commonly caused by hardened tartar at the gum line. At the same time, increased risk factors like regular tobacco use and… Read more »