Anatomy of the Tooth 101

Brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and visiting your dentist twice a year has always been the push for your dental care and always will be. This is what you think of when it comes to your teeth but have your ever thought about what is the anatomy of your teeth? Understanding your teeth will… Read more »

How to Avoid Tooth Brushing Errors

Did you know there are good and bad ways to care for your smile? Well, it’s true, and Drs. Peacock, Ball, and Broadbent strongly encourage you to use the good techniques so your teeth and gums can remain in tip-top shape. Unfortunately, the bad ways can harm your teeth and even alter the health of… Read more »

How to Clean Your Smile Before Bed

Oral hygiene is vital for your oral health. If you want a strong and healthy smile, you need to brush twice a day, floss once a day, and rinse daily. Many people like to brush in the morning and then perform all other oral hygiene tasks at night before bed. If you’re one of these… Read more »

The Day of Fighting Cavities Effectively Has Finally Come

Are cavities beginning to creep into your once flawless smile? Do you notice a trend of more cavities appearing as you age? Fear not, as the day of fighting cavities effectively has finally come. The field of dentistry is chock full of products designed to keep your pearly whites safe from the ravages of dental… Read more »

Which Foods Should You Eat When Pregnant?

The second and third trimesters are when baby teeth normally develop, so being aware of your food decisions and choosing the best foods during pregnancy will help your baby grow strong, healthy teeth. Please review the following tips to see how you can revise your diet for the better. When you’re pregnant, watch out for… Read more »

A Loose Crown Needs the Attention of Your Dentist

Crown restorations performed at ’s , , dental offices are designed to fully replace the enamel layer of a tooth that has been fractured or suffers from significant tooth decay. We typically have crowns cast at our off-site dental lab, from either gold, base metals, or dental-grade porcelain. Once it’s been cemented in place with… Read more »

Dental Implants: The Benefits

If you’re missing a tooth, you might know that you should replace it as soon as you can. If you postpone having it replaced, your mouth will be harder to keep clean. As you might already know, keeping your mouth clean is very important to avoiding cavities and gum disease. Your other teeth may also… Read more »

Dental Sealants: How They Can Help Your Oral Health

Would you be surprised to hear that there are quite a few things you can do to keep your pearly whites shining? Would you be surprised to hear that dental sealants are also useful? In reality, sealants are extremely useful because they can help children keep their teeth healthy. As you may already know, the… Read more »

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 »