A Composite Dental Filling Can Treat a Cavity That Appears When You Smile

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Your routine dental checkups are essential for detecting and preventing oral health problems. Each of these simple outpatient appointments will effectively remove bacterial deposits from your teeth while also detecting any early signs of gum disease and tooth decay. If our dentist finds a small active area of tooth decay, we will explain your possible… Read more »

The Hidden Factors of Dental Erosion

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If you have suffered enamel erosion, also known as dental erosion, it means your tooth enamel has slowly been worn away. Typically, dental erosion occurs due to harmful acids slowly eating away at the thin layer on your teeth. If a hole in your tooth forms, this is known as a cavity. If left untreated,… Read more »

Do You Have a Crack in Your Tooth ?

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Usually, if something has gone wrong in your mouth or teeth, you will know it right away. After all, it is hard to not to notice if you have a tooth knocked out or broken, or if a cavity has resulted in an abscess. After all, we are talking about some serious pain when those… Read more »