Do you know how to care for your sensitive teeth properly? If not, then we can help you! Your teeth to take care of, which is why our dental team is excited to help you. If you suffer from sensitive teeth, then you do not have to suffer alone. Our doctor, Dr. Gerald Pevow is qualified and able to assist... read more »
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To ensure your smile has the best chance for oral health care success, be sure to enhance every aspect of your oral health care lifestyle. This includes maintaining dietary habits, frequent visits to your dentist, and regular cleanings every day. Never let your oral health fall into disrepair. The good news is with proper help and treatment, you can reverse... read more »
Are you actively protecting your smile this holiday season against the risks of halitosis? Halitosis, also known as bad breath, can arise in your mouth due to oral ailments, plaque buildup, and underlying conditions in your body. To help keep your smile safe, establish an effective prevention and treatment checklist for bad breath. - Mouthwash is an extremely useful form... read more »
In order to keep your teeth in optimum condition, always make sure to practice effective aging prevention plans for your teeth and gums. This includes keeping them clean, avoiding unhealthy habits, eating right, and visiting your dentist as necessary. To ensure your teeth have the greatest chance for oral health care success as you age, always make sure you're practicing... read more »
It is important to take all necessary precautions to protect your smile not only for the holiday season but for numerous seasons to come. You could be doing damage to your mouth now that may not appear for many years down the road. In particular, gum disease is a progressive disease that can advance over the period of many years... read more »
Oral health care and Halloween often don't mesh well. However, it is extremely important to take care of your teeth during the season of sweets and treats. If you're not careful, you could end up with a cavity, dental erosion, or oral accidents and injuries due to activities and treats that are abound during the Halloween season. Most candies are... read more »
You’ve invested a lot of time and money in a dental implant. You don’t want that to go to waste, right? When it comes to tooth replacement options, they are the best of the best, but you still need to take good care of them. To you keep your dental implant in great shape, Dr. Anderson Lane has some suggestions:... read more »
Have you ever heard of periodontal disease? You may know it by the name gum disease. Although gum disease is common, it can lead to tooth loss if not treated properly. For a list of guidelines for gum disease, consider the following: - Oftentimes, gum disease results from dry mouth caused by certain medications. - Gum disease can cause bad... read more »
If you are looking for advice on teeth whitening, you have come to the right place! Our team is happy to give you some insight on teeth whitening, so your teeth can stay healthy and beautiful each day, as well as provide KöR® Whitening Deep Bleaching™ as an option. The most imperative thing to remember with any teeth-whitening treatment is... read more »
Are you experiencing any increased tooth sensitivity? Do you feel any discomfort or pain when you try eating? If so, you may be suffering from a hole in your tooth known as a cavity. Cavities are formed when the tooth enamel protecting a tooth is breached until a hole forms down to the tooth’s root. Fortunately, dental fillings can be... read more »