Cavity Care 101

A “cavity” is the hole that forms when your tooth enamel has been extensively damaged, exposing the inner parts of the tooth. If not taken care of, cavities can cause pain, infection,  or even tooth loss. If you have a cavity, it’s time to assess your dental health care habits. It is possible that the cavity was due to physical... read more »

The Basics of Bonding

There are a wide variety of treatment options for people interested in improving their smile. Cosmetic dentistry can do a lot to restore a person’s confidence and self-respect. One of the many tools we have to help you is called dental bonding. Dental or cosmetic bonding does not mean bringing your teeth closer together in a trust-building exercise. Bonding is... read more »

The Effects Eating Disorders Have On Oral Health

Bulimia nervosa and anorexia nervosa are two major eating disorders which affect over 10 million Americans. Individuals who have these eating disorders can develop poor health, which includes poor oral health. Tooth Erosion 89% of bulimic patients show signs of tooth erosion according to the National Eating Disorder Association. This is because the stomach acids from purging coat teeth and... read more »