Is Your Oral Health Suffering from Bruxism?

Is your oral health suffering from bruxism? Bruxism is a standard disorder with your smile caused by the unconscious grinding of your teeth together, which may include clenching your jaw. This disorder often leads to weakened or sensitive teeth and should be treated as soon as it is found. However, spotting signs of bruxism is… Read more »

It’s Wedding Season, Which Means It’s Time to Beautify Your Smile

Weddings are fun-filled events that consist of socializing, making memories, and taking a lot of pictures. This can be a great time if you are confident in your smile. However, if you’re not so confident, you might feel embarrassed or ashamed of your appearance. To help you with this dilemma, Dr. and our dental team… Read more »

Find the Solution with Dental Implant Restorations

Are you missing one or more permanent teeth? Do you yearn to have an attractive, fully functional smile once again? Ask Drs. Dintcho and Shapira how a dental implant in , , can assist you. What is a dental implant? A dental implant is a restoration that replaces both the root and the visual part… Read more »

How to Select the Right Antiseptic Mouthwash

There are many commercials for antiseptic mouthwash that advertise that they are as just as effective as flossing at cleaning plaque and bacteria from between your teeth. While it is true that mouthwash is good at killing bacteria and washing away food particles, it is not a replacement for daily flossing. Daily flossing is far… Read more »

Preserving the Health of Molars and Premolars Is Important

Many individuals have premolars and molars in the back of their mouth with deeply textured biting surfaces. These occlusal surfaces are what make the teeth effective at chewing and grinding food. Unfortunately, some people have very deep pits and fissures in the natural tooth enamel that can trap plaque and food particles. If these areas… Read more »

The Benefits of Dental Sealants

Are you interested in extra things you might be able to do in order to keep your teeth healthy? Are you interested in learning more about steps you can take to keep your children’s teeth healthy and strong? If you are, we recommend considering the benefits of a dental sealant? This important treatment is extremely… Read more »

Tooth Decay in Children

Did you know that tooth decay is a common problem in adults? In reality, nearly 47% of Americans who are older than 30 have tooth decay. Luckily, there are a number of actions you can take to keep your teeth healthy and strong. Brushing twice a day, flossing your pearly whites, and coming to visit… Read more »

Know the Signs of a Cavity

Did you know that cavities can cause a number of serious problems? For instance, if you don’t address you cavity quickly enough, you may eventually need root canal therapy. So you need to have a cavity filled as soon as possible. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to recognize a cavity in… Read more »

The Time for Restorative Dentistry

After having broken, chipped, or knocked out teeth, you’ll likely have to visit Dr. for some restoration work. Your teeth will need all the help they can get in this instance, and that’s when you’ll usually need some restorative dentistry. However, even just natural aging can put you at a need for restorative dentistry. To… Read more »

Root Canal Therapy: What You Should Avoid Afterward

Have you heard that root canal therapy can save a tooth with a damaged center? If you decide avoid root canal therapy, the damaged tooth could eventually die and even fall out. Once you have root canal therapy, how should you continue to care for your teeth? More specifically, do you know what you should… Read more »