Spring Into the Season With Dry Mouth Treatments and Prevention

Are you familiar with complications that can be linked to dry mouth? Dry mouth is a condition in which your body's ability to process saliva has been drastically hindered. Dry mouth can be caused by underlying oral health conditions or even diseases that you may not be aware of. In order to effectively treat dry mouth, it is important to... read more »

Is Bruxism Causing Your Jaw Discomfort?

Do you wake up with discomfort in your jaw or on the side of your face? Have you been told you snap your teeth while you sleep? If this sounds like you, you could be experiencing a condition called bruxism. Bruxism is a treatable condition that occurs while you sleep. This condition is essential to treat, so you can persevere... read more »

Plan for Your Smile With Dental Erosion Treatments

If you are not familiar with dental erosion, also known as enamel erosion, it is important to begin to take steps to understand what you can do to keep your smile safe. Being aware of the numerous causes of enamel erosion is essential in order to protect your teeth in the long run. Furthermore, once you are aware of the... read more »

Dental Sedation Can Help Calm Nerves

Keeping a dentist appointment can be hard, especially if you’ve had negative experiences at the dentist in the past. These can sometimes create dental anxiety. That anxiety can make going to the dentist difficult--even when you know how important regular check-ups are to your continued dental health. Let’s take a look at what sorts of things can cause dental anxiety,... read more »

Tips to Help You Prepare for Your Dental Appointment

Are you tired of feeling unsettled in the dental chair? If so, our dentist, Dr. Brawley Marze, recommends preparing for your appointment beforehand. The more you prepare, the more comfortable you can feel during your visit. So, he would like to help you prepare for your next dental appointment by giving you the tips you need. Those tips are: -Make... read more »

Swishing Tips

Do you swish your mouth with mouthwash? If so, good for you! Swishing is a great way to kill bacteria and strengthen your teeth. However, that’s only the case if you use the right kind of mouthwash. To help you have a proper and effective rinsing routine, our dentist, Dr. Brawley Marze, has some helpful tips for you. Those tips... read more »

Holiday Dentistry: Tooth Hazards

Always make sure you're protecting your smile against tooth hazards that can arise. If you're not careful, numerous risks can slowly wear down your teeth and lead to severe dental damage. Always make sure to protect your teeth not only against microscopic damage but also against oral accidents or injuries that can arise. It's important if you are participating in... read more »

Facts About Chewing Gum

Chewing sugar-free gum, especially after meals, helps to protect your mouth. This sounds like a dubious claim made only by people looking to sell you something--but it’s actually true. Chewing gum fights cavities by stimulating saliva flow in your mouth. Saliva is your body’s first defense against cavities--in fact, it is the saliva, not the gum itself, that fights the... read more »

Dentistry Topic Data Blog: Brushing Your Teeth

Are you ready to transform your smile for the holiday season? If so, it is important to improve your oral health care daily routines, including making sure your toothbrush treatments are up to the task. This includes a focus on making sure the toothbrush you are using is safe and effective, and capable of keeping your mouth clean. The first... read more »

Preparing Your Smile for Dental Sealants

Dental sealants are tooth restoration treatments crafted to protect your teeth by applying specialized gels to your teeth that act like a secondary layer of tooth enamel. Dental sealants can prevent damage from hazardous acids and tooth decay from penetrating its tough shell. According to the CDC, also known as the Center for Disease Control, children who have sealants are... read more »