What Are the Signs of a Cavity?

You may not know that you have a cavity until you start to feel the pain of a toothache, or feel a hole developing in your tooth. But the truth is that cavities start to develop long before they become noticeable. Our dentist, Dr. Bart Deering can detect a cavity before damage starts to form. In fact, if a cavity... read more »

Shining a Light on Brushing and Flossing

In situations where you need to improve your overall health care, it is important to make sure you're looking for new and interesting ways to keep your teeth clean. Alternative cleaning tools such as mouthwash and chewing sugarless gum after meals can prove to be effective. However, nothing has stood the test of time as brushing and flossing have. Although... read more »

Preventing Cavities on Your Back Teeth

If you look at your teeth, you will notice that they do not all look the same. The reason for that is because they have different jobs to do. For example, your back teeth, which are called your molars and premolars, are designed to grind your food to make it easier to swallow and digest. To do that, they are... read more »

Dental Sealants: The Benefits

Do you brush, floss, and visit your dentist regularly? Do you still find yourself wondering if there might be anything else you could do to keep your teeth, or your child’s teeth, healthier? If so, we have good news for you: there are a number of treatments you could consider, such as dental sealants. This useful option can help you... read more »

3 Ways to Improve your Oral Health

It’s easy to remember that you need to diet and eat better, but it’s often harder to remember that your oral health needs just as much attention as your systemic health. After all, poor oral health can lead to health problems like heart disease and cancer, so it’s important to stay on top of it. Let’s look at three ways... read more »