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Rather than waiting for your gums to cause extensive tooth loss, it is important to always look and keep track of any forms of dental damage that could be occurring. If you notice that your gums are infected or that your teeth are extra loose and removable, you will need to visit our office for… Read more »
Do you ever wonder which symptoms are involved with cavities? If so, you have come to the right blog. Our dentist, Drs. Sheldon Sullivan and Shawn Monahan, are happy to tell you all about the signs that indicate you have a cavity. That way you can identify the signs and seek treatment right away. The… Read more »
If you are looking to align your smile discreetly, then Invisalign® may be your answer! Invisalign is a fantastic system that can gently glide your teeth into place over time. The best part about Invisalign is that it is clear and discreet, so you don’t have to be embarrassed by traditional braces. Our dental expert,… Read more »
If you’re interested in knowing all there is to know about your tooth enamel, then our dentist, Dr. , is more than happy to help you. The more you know about your tooth enamel, the better chance you have of properly and effectively caring for it, which is essential for a top-notch smile. So, to… Read more »
Your smile has valuable minerals that can be removed from the teeth when exposed to acidic food and bacteria. These valuable minerals, including fluoride, are needed to keep your tooth enamel strong and healthy so that damaging substances such as dental acids, bacteria and plaque can’t cause you to suffer tooth decay or tooth sensitivity…. Read more »
Along with the frequent consumption of dark beverages, tobacco use can easily contribute to significant dental stains appearing on your teeth. The tar and other chemicals introduced into your mouth when you smoke or chew tobacco can saturate tooth enamel so deeply that retail strength whitening products will likely prove ineffective. If the appearance… Read more »
For some people, a minor change in the alignment of two or more teeth can have a long-term effect on the tooth enamel. Excess wear from an unhealthy relationship in your bite pattern can gradually start to impact a tooth. As healthy tooth enamel wears away, it can leave the affected tooth with an increased… Read more »
The American Dental Association advocates an effective and consistent daily oral hygiene regimen to prevent cavities and gum disease. A good dental health routine consists of brushing your teeth for two minutes each morning and evening and flossing your teeth at least once a day. Ideally, you want to brush with a soft-bristled toothbrush and… Read more »