Cleaning Teeth That Have Dental Sealants

Sealants are an inexpensive way to protect the occlusal or biting surfaces of your molars and premolars. The plastic resin material is painted onto the biting surface of these teeth to create a thin layer that stops food particles and bacteria from causing tooth decay. Once they are cured onto the teeth, the sealants are… Read more »

How to Preserve Your Veneers

As you may know, dental veneers are thin shells designed to erase small gaps, brighten teeth, and to enhance the appearance of smiles in general. If you would like to enhance the appearance of your smile, we recommend dental veneers: if you’ve already had veneers, we hope you are enjoying your smile. But, whether you… Read more »

Why Wisdom Teeth Are Removed

Have you heard that every wisdom tooth has to be removed? Have you heard that a wisdom tooth can grow back after it’s been removed? Fortunately, neither of these claims is true—although nearly 85% of all wisdom teeth do eventually need to be removed, and once they are gone your teeth are safe. But, to… Read more »

Fact or Fiction: Dental Care Myths

This blog is here to help you know the truth about the dental myths you hear each day! Dental care and oral hygiene can be confusing at times, but we are happy to help you know the facts about both. If you have any questions, please feel free to call our office and talk to… Read more »