A Dental Implant Can Restore the Presence of a Tooth Lost to Dental Avulsion

Dental avulsion is a technical term used to describe a tooth that has been knocked out or severely damaged by oral trauma. When this happens, the trauma to the socket or the tooth is often so significant that Dr. cannot viably implant the tooth back into your gums. To effectively restore the presence of the… Read more »

Cavities on Molars and Premolars Can Often Be Prevented by Dental Sealants

Tooth decay is always a cause for concern. It can be especially troublesome if a large cavity forms on the biting surface of a molar or premolar. This often calls for Dr. Nooraee and Dr. Gandy to repair the tooth with a large inlay or onlay filling. One very simple way to prevent this from… Read more »

If You’re Looking For Whiter Teeth, Get a Professional Teeth Whitening!

Teeth are amazing. Think about all those molars and incisors working daily to chew up your food. Not only do they help you with eating, they also are a big part of your smile. This is a task that your teeth might not be up for. Yellowed teeth and set-in stains can damper your smile…. Read more »

Dentures Can Replace the Function and Appearance of Your Compromised Teeth

Untreated gum disease and tooth decay can gradually compromise multiple teeth in your mouth. In time, this can result in total tooth loss or teeth with such weakened integrity that they are not efficiently up to the task of chewing your food. This can have a significant adverse effect on your quality of life. For… Read more »

A Fluoride Treatment Can Give You Stronger and Healthier Teeth

In many ways, the health and strength of your teeth are directly related to the integrity of your tooth enamel. As you go about your average day, the natural bacteria living in your mouth and the acidic foods and beverages you consume can actively deplete the mineral density of your tooth enamel. When this happens,… Read more »

Save Your Smile the Safe and Effective Way

Save your smile the safe and effective way. Practice safe and effective oral health care treatment options on a daily basis such as brushing, flossing, and using mouthwash. Always brush your teeth twice daily and floss once daily. The additional use of a mouth cleanser or mouthwash should be used as necessary. Here are some… Read more »

The Importance of Mouthguards

Protecting your oral health should be a high priority. Maintaining the health of your smile is extremely important because your oral health can actually affect your overall health. You should take precautions to protect your teeth, including wearing a mouthguard when you play sports. Your teeth could suffer a number of injuries while you play… Read more »

What You Should Know About Dental Bridges

If you’re missing teeth, you know that tasks that were once simple can be more difficult. For instance, if you’re missing a few of your pearly whites, you could struggle to say certain words. Similarly, chewing can be unpleasant or even painful. Luckily, if you’re facing these issues, there are a number of dental restorations… Read more »

Treating Periodontitis

If you are currently experiencing gum disease, you are not alone. Gum disease (or periodontitis) afflicts 64.7 million Americans. So what exactly is gum disease? Essentially, this disease is an infection of gum tissue, which can cause tooth loss if left untreated. And if you have gum disease, you are at risk for diabetes and heart… Read more »

Prevent Dental Issues by Doing These Things

Dental issues can be severely inconvenient and painful, which is why it’s best to avoid them altogether. But how? Well, to help you, our team encourages you to do the following things on a regular basis: -Keep up on oral hygiene: Make sure you clean your smile each and every day by brushing twice and… Read more »