A Chipped Tooth Needs Timely Treatment from a Dentist

Your enamel provides your teeth with the structural integrity to bite and process the foods you eat, to prevent bacteria and acids from damaging your teeth. Sometimes simple things like grinding your teeth as you sleep, biting your fingernails, or crunching on ice can result in chipped teeth. This is... Read more »

Battling Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Your child is at risk for baby bottle tooth decay. Your baby’s mouth already contains bacteria. Sugars and carbohydrates interact with that bacteria to create acid which erodes the enamel covering of teeth to create cavities. Some of the things you can do to keep your child’s mouth healthy include:... Read more »

How Long Do Dental Sealants Last?

Dental sealants are a good method to fight off cavities and tooth breakdown in your molars. They are a great investment that will take your oral health far. But how long exactly? To answer that, we have put together this post for you on the longevity of dental sealants. Continue... Read more »

Don’t Ignore a Small Cavity

Poor dental hygiene allows natural bacteria in your mouth to increase and cause many oral health problems. If it reaches the point that your tooth enamel is affected, a cavity may develop. If not treated quickly, the cavity can grow and severely damaged the tooth. With early detection, our dentist... Read more »

All You Need to Know About Toothbrushes

Toothbrushes are handy tools that can help you clean your teeth and gums each and every day. They can also help you have a top-notch oral health and a successful as well as beautiful smile. To help you know more about this handy tool, our dentist, Dr. Emanuel Amato ,... Read more »

Simple But Effective Tooth Hazard Prevention Tips

With numerous holidays right around the corner, now is the perfect opportunity to set in place an effective treatment plan to prevent tooth hazards from arising. Always make sure you’re exercising caution with all foods and drinks that you introduce to your mouth. If you are not careful, numerous products... Read more »

Is My Child in Danger of Fluorosis?

Fluorosis is a condition in which white or brown streaks appear on a child’s baby teeth or adult teeth. Fluorosis is caused by too much fluoride in a child’s system. It only affects teeth that have not erupted, and once your child’s teeth have come in, they will no longer... Read more »

The Right Tools For Mouth Care

Using the right tools is vital to good oral hygiene. Here are the kinds of things you should be looking for in your dental hygiene tools.   Brush: Choose a soft-bristled toothbrush that has the American Dental Association (ADA) Seal of Acceptance on the package. Replace your toothbrush every 3-4... Read more »

Fall Fact Finder: Hazardous Food Avoidance

Is your smile ready for the holidays? With Halloween just around the corner, it is important to make sure your teeth and gums are well prepared for any potential tooth hazards that can arise. Not only may you be tempted by excessive amounts of sugar with numerous products this holiday... Read more »

Inconsistent Oral Hygiene Habits Can Contribute to Your Chances of Suffering Gum Disease Problems

Your daily oral hygiene routine of brushing twice and flossing your teeth at least once each day is very important for maintaining the health of your teeth and gums. If bacterial deposits are allowed to accumulate on your teeth and near the gumline, it can significantly increase your chances of... Read more »