Regularly Dental Checkups Are Essential for Maintaining a Healthy Mouth

Brushing your teeth each morning and night, as well as making the conscious effort to floss once per day is essential for removing bacterial deposits and plaque from your mouth. With consistency, these basic oral hygiene steps will help to reduce your chances of suffering tooth decay and periodontal disease.... Read more »

A Minor Dental Fracture Might Be Treated with a Dental Filling

Bad habits like chewing on ice, pens, or using your teeth to open packages can place your smile at increased risk of damage. Athletes who fail to use a protective mouth guard during games or at practice are also at an increased risk of suffering from a dental damage. Even... Read more »

Dental Sealant Longevity

Dental sealants are a great way to battle off cavities and tooth breakdown in your molars. They are a good investment that will take your dental health a long way. But how long exactly? To answer that, we have amassed this post for you on the longevity of oral sealants.... Read more »

Three Reasons to Keep Your Gums in Good Health

Drs. Pablo Nicacio and Raquel Kafentzis care about you and your smile, which is why we recommend that you keep your teeth and gums in good health as much as possible. There are many reasons why your gum health matters, and we offer three important reasons to keep gums healthy... Read more »

Toothbrush 101

Toothbrushes are handy tools that can help you in many ways. In fact, they can clean your teeth and gumline and help you have the top-notch oral health and smile you deserve. It’s important to use your toothbrush regularly so you can benefit from its help. To tell you a... Read more »

Tooth Hazard Prevention Methods and Techniques

The holiday season brings with it numerous joys, but also numerous risks to your smile. Even though you may have been waiting all year to enjoy your favorite foods and snacks, it is important to remember that your teeth are aging along with you, and they may be more susceptible... Read more »

Aging and Dental Health

Many people believe that a normal part of getting older is losing your teeth. Actually, the truth is that if you see your dentist for your routine appointments and practice good oral hygiene, you a should be able to keep your teeth for your entire life. This is not to... Read more »

What To Use To Clean Your Teeth

Your dental hygiene is only as good as the tools you are using to clean your mouth. This goes beyond the toothbrush. Here is the rundown of the kinds of things you should be looking for in your other oral hygiene tools.   Toothpaste: It is important to use an... Read more »

Preserving Your Back Teeth With Dental Sealants

Each of your teeth has an important job to do. In the case of your back teeth, which are known as your molars and premolars, that job is to chew and grind your food to make it easier for you to swallow and digest. If you take a moment to... Read more »

Brushing and Flossing for a Healthy Smile

You may have been brushing for so long that it is practically second nature. You get up in the morning, squeeze some toothpaste onto your toothbrush, run it over your teeth and you’re good until bedtime, right? Well, not exactly. Brushing is a little more involved than that. For example,... Read more »