How Age Affects Your Teeth

You may already know that there are quite a few things you should do if you would like to protect your oral health. Still, have you heard that your pearly whites don’t actually weaken on their own? Luckily, there are a few steps you can take to stop your teeth from weakening as you age…. Read more »

How to Improve Your Oral Health through Your Eating Habits

Did you know that you can improve your oral health through your eating habits? Not only can you keep your mouth safer and cleaner by avoiding unhealthy products such as those high in sugars, but you can also eat foods that can help strengthen the thin protective layer on your teeth known as tooth enamel…. Read more »

Amalgam and Composite Fillings Can Often Be Used to Repair a Modest-Sized Cavity

Tooth decay is always a serious cause for concern. Without timely, professional care, a cavity will inevitably continue to spread, allowing bacteria to permeate more and more of the tooth. Early symptoms of a decayed tooth could include a change in the tooth’s texture, alterations in color as well as heightened sensitivity. With early detection,… Read more »

Smoking and Your Teeth: The Negative Effects

You’ve probably been told that there are many things you should avoid if you’re interested in having a strong, healthy smile. In fact, you probably know that there are some sugary drinks you should be wary of, including drinks such as soda and juice. Conversely, you may know that smoking cigarettes can lead to many… Read more »

Did You Know that Your Oral Health Affects Your Entire Body?

You probably know that having a bright smile is an attractive feature and that there are several things you should do to keep your pearly whites strong. However, would you be surprised to learn that your oral health can actually impact the health of your entire body? For example, would you be surprised to hear… Read more »

Enhance Your Smile with These Cavity-Fighting Tips

Once our teeth break through the surface of our gums at a young age, our teeth are exposed to the dangers of the world. After we lose our first set, our adult teeth grow in and suffer the same fate. Sadly, like the rest of our body, our teeth are fragile. The tooth enamel that… Read more »

What You Should Know About Brushing Your Teeth

You probably know that your diet can affect your health. However, did you know that your diet can also affect the health of your mouth? For instance, you’ve probably heard that eating too much candy can leave you vulnerable to gum cavities. Usually, you can avoid these problems if you brush your teeth well—but do… Read more »

Mitigate Damage to Your Teeth with Dental Veneers

Does a past oral accident or a set of imperfect teeth plague you wherever you go? Are you embarrassed and self-conscious of your smile? For many smiles, just a few problems amongst the teeth are easily correctable or concealable. As long as your teeth are not in danger of falling out, dental veneers are an… Read more »

A Gold or Metallic Alloy Crown Might Be Needed to Restore a Molar with a Large Cavity

The molars in the back of your mouth are often called upon to do a lot of grinding and chewing tough foods. When one of them is compromised by a large cavity, it can severely impair the function of your mouth. In many of these cases, your dentists, Drs. Rauzman, Kim, and Pallotta, will often… Read more »

A Knocked-Out Tooth Can Often Be Replaced by a Dental Implant

The force involved when a tooth is knocked out can cause so much trauma to the tooth and surrounding gums that it results in the total loss of the tooth. In order to treat the pain and prevent an infection from developing, your dentist, Dr. , might need to extract the remnants of the root… Read more »