Cavity Prevention This Holiday Season

With everything going on for the holiday season, it is best to maintain a healthy smile. In order to do that, it is important to understand what cavities are, how they form, and what you can do to stop them from happening. The outer layer of your tooth is called enamel; a cavity forms when a portion of that enamel... read more »

Dealing with a Cracked Tooth

If you develop a cavity, or break or lose a tooth, chances are good that you will know it right away. You will have the pieces of your tooth, or the tooth itself. There may be blood and in most cases, there will almost certainly be some pain. Naturally, you will call you dentist and schedule an appointment for a... read more »

Restoring Your Smile With a Dental Bond

Not all damage done to your teeth requires major restorative or reparative work. Damage to your teeth is never a good thing, but a chip in your tooth can often be treated by a process known as dental bonding. Aside from fixing a chipped tooth, bonding can also repair damage done from decay, or discoloration. Bonding can be used to... read more »