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Treat and Prevent Dental Erosion

Dental erosion is a condition that occurs when the hard outer layer of the teeth (enamel) is worn away due to acid exposure. This can result in sensitive teeth, discolored teeth, and even tooth loss. While dental erosion can be…


What Are Tonsil Stones?

Tonsil stones, also known as tonsilloliths, are calcifications that develop on the tonsils. If you have never encountered them before, it can be alarming for one of these to pop up in your mouth after coughing. These small formations, about…


Tooth Bonding for Teeth Whitening

A whiter, brighter smile is a common desire among patients. In an age of instant photography and social media, there are people who want a more “camera-ready” smile. Having a whiter smile can give you confidence during important events and…


What Causes Dental Anxiety?

Many people are uncomfortable with going to the dentist. If they weren’t, we would have much fewer dental issues! Going to the dentist can be stressful, especially if you are worried about pain. If you hesitate to go to the…


Does Snoring Mean Sleep Apnea?

Snoring is a common issue that affects most people at some point in their lives. It is always an indicator of something more. For example, you may be more likely to snore if you are more tired than usual or…


Cavity Prevention Tips

A cavity is a small pit or hole in the enamel of your teeth. Although it may start small, it can grow more significant if you do not seek treatment. Cavities are a form of tooth decay, which will continue…


Dental Implant Process

Losing a tooth can be overwhelming. Not only does it change the look of your smile, but it also affects the function of your teeth as well. There are many tooth restoration options available to you. However, you must choose…


Why Is My Jaw Popping?

When you open and close your mouth, you may notice a popping or clicking sound. You can find this sound in the jaw or temporomandibular joints (TMJ). Located on either side of your face, the TMJs connect your jawbone to…


Does A Root Canal Hurt?

If you were to ask random people what they thought the most painful dental procedure was, the main response you would probably get is a root canal. Most people tend to associate a root canal with pain, but that is…


How To Prevent White Spots

Many people want perfectly dazzling white smiles, but there are sometimes hurdles to getting there. Your smile may still have imperfections even with a dedicated oral health routine. For example, some patients complain about tiny white spots that appear on…