How Routine Dental Checkups Help Your Smile in the Long Run

When you come in for dental exams and we have cleaned your teeth and gum line and removed any hardened plaque, our dentist can look at them for any signs of trouble, such as cavities, loose or broken teeth, damaged fillings, and evaluate your risk rate of certain diseases which might also take into account… Read more »

Treating Tooth Impaction for a Healthier Smile

Have you experienced the eruption of a tooth in the wrong spot? While this unfortunate occurrence is not uncommon, impacted teeth require treatment because they can affect your whole mouth. The definition of an impacted tooth is one that fails to erupt through the gums, remaining trapped within the gum tissue. This can lead to… Read more »

Visit Your Dentist Regularly

Do you visit your dentist regularly? If so, great job! Your dental visit is essential to your oral health care, and if you skip it regularly, you are putting your oral health in danger. There are many reasons why dental visits are essential to your smile. Our dentist, Dr. Vivian Hudson, encourages you to get… Read more »

Practical Oral Health Care: Chewing Gum

Are you familiar with the benefits chewing gum can provide? Chewing gum is an extremely popular nonabrasive cleaning tool when used after eating. The reason that chewing gum is so helpful is that it is both a fun activity for children and can prove to be helpful for removing several health risks that are often… Read more »

Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Damage

Preparing your smile for optimum oral health includes having an effective oral hygiene routine in place as well as minimizing the dental damage risks that can occur. Several risk factors in your life could be putting your smile at an increased risk of oral accidents or injuries. To help minimize these risks, and in some… Read more »

Superb Smiles Include Healthy Foods to Eat

If you wish to use products that help keep your mouth clean, always seek out those designed to enhance your oral health. Knowing if you need to practice a healthy lifestyle is important for maintaining effective oral hygiene routines by cleaning your mouth out on a daily basis. Lastly, you should always consider new ways… Read more »

The Facts About Cavity Development

Have you ever taken a bite of food and experienced a shooting pain through a tooth? While there are many causes of tooth pain, the most common culprit is tooth decay, or cavities. It’s important that you understand the facts about cavities and how they need to be addressed. If a cavity has only developed… Read more »

Superior Smiles Include Preventing Oral Health Risk Factors for Teens

  Building your best smile includes making sure your smile is safe at all levels. For young adults, especially teens, it is important to establish oral health care treatments early on. The last of the adult teeth, the wisdom teeth, will be growing in, which means no more adult teeth will ever arrive. Thus, you… Read more »

Contributing Factors and Manifestations of TMD

The frequent occurrence of pain in the connecting jaw and skull muscles could be an indication of an existing disorder involving the temporomandibular joint, or TMJ. This joint hinges the sides of your lower jaw to your head and controls mouth movement. Our dentist and team can detect any risk factors or symptoms indicating that… Read more »

Why Should I Brush My Teeth?

Your dentist, Dr. Vivian Hudson, strongly recommends brushing your teeth twice a day for two minutes each time. This is the case because brushing can greatly benefit you, your smile, and your oral health. To help you understand a little more, our dental team will be happy to discuss the benefits of brushing with you… Read more »