An Accidental Blow to the Mouth Can Cause a Toothache

Sometimes something as simple as a slip and fall in your home can impact your mouth with significant force causing damage to teeth and soft oral tissues. The severity of the problem can vary. Some of these instances cause an immediate or gradually worsening toothache. If you are experiencing a... Read more »

The Reasons for Inflammation of the Mouth

Your body's ability to self-heal is a miraculous thing. One of the things it does to heal itself is to inflame the area where it has been injured. Swelling can occur in or on any part of the body, and normally goes away when whole again. When the body cannot... Read more »

Dentistry FAQs: Tooth Replacements

Did you know that dentures, dental implants and dental bridges are all highly effective and safe options for replacing missing teeth? They are customizable to ensure you receive the comfort and care that your smile needs. If you are interested in receiving a tooth prosthetic, visit your dentist. Frequently asked... Read more »

Brushing Your Teeth 101

Growing up, you were probably told to brush your teeth on a regular basis, but did you know that there is a right and wrong way to do it? Did you know if you brush incorrectly you can actually damage your smile? We would like to provide you with a... Read more »

Tooth Sensitivity Might Be Reduced by Increased Fluoride

If you do not brush your teeth twice each day, and do not floss at least once per day, food debris, plaque and acids can cause bad breath and gum disease. These substances can also cause problems for your tooth enamel, which can lead to tooth decay. If our dentist,... Read more »

How to Maintain a Clean Toothbrush

It’s important to properly care for your toothbrush as well as keep it as clean as possible. Unfortunately, your toothbrush can collect germs throughout the day, which can make it extremely dirty and even ineffective while cleaning the smile. Our dentist, Dr. George Daszko, encourages you to keep your toothbrush... Read more »

Answer Questions on Dental Bonding

If your smile is at risk for an oral accident or injury, it is important to employ all the necessary tooth hazard prevention plans you can. However, it may not be possible to prevent all forms of damage. If for any reason you have suffered minor damage to your teeth,... Read more »

Oral Habits That Are Harmful

We all know that some great dental habits include brushing your teeth twice a day, flossing once a day, and going to the dentist regularly for dental cleanings. However, there are some bad dental habits that you may not be aware of that should be avoided. Nail Biting Some people... Read more »

What to Expect When You’re Getting a Dental Implant

The unexpected has happened. Because of an injury, gum disease, or extensive decay, you lost a tooth. Losing a tooth is a big deal. A gap in your smile can make eating and speaking awkward and uncomfortable. The nearby teeth may begin to drift into the newly created space, messing... Read more »

Symptoms & Risk Factors of Gum Disease

Gum disease is an infection that affects the gums and bone structures that support and surround the teeth. If left untreated, this disease can cause the loss of healthy jawbone structure and even tooth loss. Signs of Gum Disease Gum disease is more easily reversed and treated if it is... Read more »