A Cavity on the Biting Surface of a Molar Might Need to Be Repaired by an Inlay or Onlay Filling

The molars in the back of your mouth are typically called upon to do a significant amount of chewing and grinding. Oftentimes, these teeth have deep textures, pits, and fissures in the tooth enamel of the biting surfaces, making these teeth more effective for the task at hand. Sometimes these areas can trap food material… Read more »

The Benefits of Dental Veneers

Are you aware that Americans spend millions of dollars every year just on teeth whitening procedures? This is, at least in part, because having any imperfections in your smile can hurt your self-esteem. However, while whitening your teeth is one thing you can do to help the color of your pearly whites, did you know… Read more »

How to Keep Your Toothbrush in Tip-Top Shape

If you want a top-notch oral health and a pristine smile, then it’s important to take good care of your toothbrush. Your toothbrush is a handy tool that can scrub and clean your chompers on a regular basis—but only if it’s in good condition. So, to help you keep your toothbrush in tip-top shape, then… Read more »

If You Ever Have an Injury That Knocks a Tooth Out, Here’s What You Should Do

Everyone values their teeth. We understand that our patients take proper precautions to protect their teeth. However, sometimes life offers a swerve and things happen which can end up with a tooth knocked out. If this, unfortunately, happens to you, you should know that you can still keep from losing the tooth by taking the… Read more »

Whitening Toothpaste Is Most Effective at Preventing Stains

Stains can develop in tooth enamel when dark particles from foods and beverages are allowed to set in. This is even more likely to be an issue if you are a tobacco user. Many people struggling with a stained or yellow smile will start by turning to whitening toothpaste. Unfortunately, the concentration of hydrogen peroxide… Read more »

The Trauma of a Knocked-Out Tooth Calls for Quality Care

While it is rare, there are times when a severe oral accident or hard blow to the face can cause enough trauma to knock a tooth out of its socket. In these instances, the severity of the damage will largely influence the level of first-aid and treatment called for to manage pain and improve your… Read more »

New Year’s Resolutions

Are you making resolutions for the new year ahead of us? Many of us are seeking to put our best foot forward for positive change and healthier habits. If you are making resolutions, don’t forget your smile. A healthy smile not only helps your self-image, but benefits your general health and well-being as well. We agree… Read more »

How to Keep Soda from Destroying Your Teeth

Did you know that if you drink soda, your smile could be in grave danger? Well, it’s true! In fact, soda can cause many dental issues, like enamel erosion and tooth decay. These two dental issues can result in major complications, including tooth sensitivity and tooth extraction. So, it’s best to prevent enamel erosion and… Read more »

Filling Materials Are Determined by the Location and Appearance of a Cavity

A dental filling is commonly used by your dentists, Dr. Peacock, Dr. Ball, and Dr. Broadbent, to repair a modest-sized cavity that is located on the enamel layer of a tooth. Dental fillings in , , are artificial materials that are designed to replace the decayed enamel and restore the full function of the compromised… Read more »

How Can I Help My Child Like Visiting the Dentist?

It’s common for people to have dental anxiety, which typically makes them dislike going to the dentist. However, there are things you can do to help your child grow up feeling calm and comfortable in the dental chair. Those things are: -Bring them with you when you come in for your checkups. Seeing their parent… Read more »