Enamel Erosion: The Details You’re Looking For

Do you want to maintain a top-notch smile and oral health? If so, one dental problem you should avoid is enamel erosion. Enamel erosion can harm your teeth because it wears down the tooth enamel and promotes additional dental problems. In order to prevent enamel erosion, you need to know the details about it. Our… Read more »

Find Out What You Know About Brushing by Taking This Quiz

If you think you have a pristine knowledge of brushing, it’s time to find out for sure! Our dentists, Dr. Sudi Rafieian and Dr. Marshall Olech, encourage you to take our brushing quiz because the more you know, the better. If you know all there is to know about brushing, there is a better chance… Read more »

Toothache Pain Requires Timely Treatment

Pain within a tooth or deep within the underlying gums can certainly be distressing. Often referred to as a toothache, this condition is often related to an untreated cavity, dental trauma or a failing dental filling that affects the sensitive core of the tooth. Without timely treatment from our s, Dr. Sudi Rafieian or Dr. Marshall… Read more »

Discover Your Hidden Smile with Gum Disease Treatments

  Numerous oral health conditions and diseases can sneak up on you without you even being on aware of it. Similarly to how bruxism can occur while you sleep, it may be possible for gum tissue infection to go underneath your radar. Thus, it is important to always do detailed inspections of your oral health… Read more »

Uncover Your Smile with Composite Dental Fillings

  Caring for your smile often depends on treating any dental damage present in your teeth and gums. Due to the fact that numerous oral health risks can be responsible for your dental damage, it is important to assess how your damage occurred. If your dental damage is due to a hole in the tooth… Read more »

Effective Flossing Is Essential for Preventing Tartar Buildup

A consistent oral hygiene habit of brushing your teeth each morning and night, as well as remembering to thoroughly floss at least once each day is essential for removing bacterial matter from your mouth. Any inconsistencies in these practices can allow residual plaque and food particles in your mouth, which could potentially harden into tartar… Read more »

A Dental Checkup Will Detect Any Minor Signs of Tooth Decay

Consistent oral hygiene habits play an important role in maintaining the strength of your teeth and the health of your mouth. This includes performing your daily oral hygiene routine of brushing twice and flossing at least once each day. Yet maintain a healthy mouth also relies on regular attendance of a routine dental checkup twice… Read more »

Oral Hygiene: The Basics

Oral hygiene is important. In fact, it’s so important that you need to practice good oral hygiene if you want a top-notch oral health and smile. It helps you have strong and healthy teeth and gums, which can help you have a better overall health, look and feel good, and even eat and speak properly…. Read more »

Oral Health Care Fundamentals: Dental Bonding

If you are looking to drastically improve the look of your smile heading into next year, consider a cosmetic dentistry treatment designed to repair and restore the look of your teeth. One particularly effective tooth restoration treatment to consider is dental bonding. With a dental bonding treatment, you can improve the look and function of… Read more »

Energy and Sports Drinks and Your Teeth

Everyone knows about the what soft drinks containing sugar can do damage to teeth. But what many people don’t realize is that sports drinks and energy drinks can be just as hazardous to your oral health. Many people reach for an energy drink to start their day, or to give themselves a mid-day boost. Athletes… Read more »