Super Smiles: Dental Erosion Prevention

Minimizing your oral health risks includes making sure that you are always taking care of all aspects of your oral health. If your diet is suffering, so too will your smile. If your oral health care and hygiene routines are suffering, so too will your smile. If you are involved... Read more »

Dental Fillings: The Facts You Should Know

If you’re interested in knowing all about dental fillings, then you have come to the right blog. Our dentist, Dr. Phillip White, is happy to help you know about dental fillings by sharing some facts and information about the restorations. The more you know, the better. In fact, the more... Read more »

Basic Tips for Taking Care of a Temporary Dental Crown

Our dentists may use a dental crown or a bridge to restore or replace a significantly compromised tooth. A crown completely covers a tooth, replacing the enamel. A bridge is an artificial tooth or several teeth that are attached to two crowns that hold it in place.   The dentist... Read more »

The Distasteful Dilemma of Halitosis (Bad Breath)

Halitosis can be an embarrassing and distasteful condition that most people want to eliminate as soon as possible. No wonder store counters everywhere are stacked full with mints, chewing gum and breath fresheners. Certainly, they are supportive in hiding bad odor, but only temporarily. They do not eliminate the cause... Read more »

The Ways a Professional Dental Examination Can Help You

As you may already know, dental checkups are very important for a top-notch oral health and smile. One vital portion of your checkups in the dental exam. Little did you know, dental examinations can help you, your teeth, and your gums in many ways. To help you understand, our dentist,... Read more »

A Fluoride Treatment Might Be A Part of Your Dental Checkup

Having a dental checkup every six months with our dentist, Dr. Phillip White is critical for keeping your teeth clean and detecting any oral health problems. This appointment starts with a professional dental cleaning administered by a trained dental hygienist. The dentist will then examine your mouth for any signs... Read more »

A Complete Denture Can Help Replace the Function of a Mouth Suffering the Loss of Teeth to Gum Disease

Without timely treatment gum disease and periodontal inflammation can be pervasive. The constant bacterial presence deep in the gum tissues can weak the roots of multiple teeth as well as compromise the available bone structure. As time goes on this can lead to the loss of multiple teeth, while leaving... Read more »

Follow These Tips For a Smooth Recovery After Restorative Dental Treatment

If you are planning to receive restorative dental treatment in the near future, we can offer some excellent recovery tips to help you recover after the procedure. Naturally, our dentist will provide detailed post-op instructions after your treatment, but these tips should give you a good idea of what to... Read more »

Why You Need to Visit Your Dentist If You’re Pregnant

Were you aware that the first trimester of pregnancy is when fetuses are most vulnerable? This has caused many women to cancel dental cleanings during their first trimester, but the truth is that oral work does no damage to children during this phase of growth; there have been no studies... Read more »

The Different Types of Mouthwash You Can Use to Help Your Oral Health

Did you know there are different types of mouthwash that can do different things for your oral health? Well, it’s true. This can make choosing a mouthwash confusing and even a bit overwhelming. The good news is that our dentist, Dr. Phillip White, is here to help you by telling... Read more »