Options to Fix Deep Enamel Stains

Staining the enamel of your teeth can give you a permanently discolored smile. Since your smile is one of the first, and most important, things people notice about you, having a great one can do wonders for the first impressions you make on people. Here at we have many options for fixing deep enamel stains…. Read more »

A Crown Has Many Dental Restoration Uses

Here at we use a crown to address many different dental problems and restoration applications. A crown essentially replaces the enamel layer of a tooth with an artificial materials like porcelain. In many situations a crown is called for to restore a tooth that has been compromised by advanced tooth decay where there is not… Read more »

How to Brush More Effectively

Brushing your teeth twice a day, once in the morning and once at night, is important for your oral health. However, Dr. Williams, Dr. Rydzon, and our team stress that brushing your teeth properly is even more important for a healthy mouth. To improve your dental hygiene effectiveness, follow the following tips: Take Time Do… Read more »

Common Causes of Bad Breath

Everyone suffers from bad breath now and then. If you suspect your breath is foul, you could try brushing your teeth or taking a breath mint. If your bad breath persists, it could be a symptom of an oral condition, such as one of these: – Poor dental hygiene: If you don’t brush and floss… Read more »

Preventative Dentistry Matters to Your Health

offers regular dental checkups in , , for patients who want clean, healthy smiles. Unfortunately, nearly 40 percent of Americans over the age of 18 didn’t visit a dentist last year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Regular dental checkups are vital to your heath because they screen for health problems in… Read more »

Why Plaque Is Detrimental to Your Teeth

Your smile depends on healthy teeth and gums which come from your diligent efforts combined with professional dental cleanings to do what you cannot at home–removing tartar, or hardened plaque, off of your pearly whites and gum line. Plaque can actually damage the strongest substance in the human body–your tooth enamel. Plaque could be said… Read more »

Fluoride Supplements Can Help Strengthen Tooth Enamel

Each day the bacteria in your mouth, and acidic foods and drinks can microscopically erode the densely packed mineral crystals that make up your tooth enamel. This process known as demineralization can eventually weaken tooth enamel and increase your chances of developing sensitivity and tooth decay problems. Low dose exposure to fluoride helps to add… Read more »

Five Teeth-Friendly Food Guidelines

The foods your choose to eat each day play a critical role in determining your overall health, including the health of your smile. Wise choices at breakfast, lunch, and dinner will not only help you stay lean and avoid disease, but can also keep your teeth healthy for many years to come. Here are five… Read more »

Tips on How to Prevent Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

If you want your child to grow into a strong, healthy, and beautiful smile, you need to prevent baby bottle tooth decay, and our team is happy to help you do so! In order to keep your child’s oral health successful and strong, we recommend doing the following things: · After your child eats, wipe… Read more »

Products You Can Trust

In 1930, new dental products were arising, as well as extravagant claims about what they could do. The American Dental Association (ADA) took it upon themselves to implement guidelines to evaluate dental products for safety and effectiveness. The first ADA Seal of Acceptance was awarded in 1931. Even though the program is strictly voluntary, today,… Read more »