How To Take Care of Your Teeth

Dental health is vital to your overall health and happiness. But it doesn’t have to be complicated! Here are some basic instructions for taking care of your teeth. ADA Seal of Acceptance: When shopping for dental supplies, look for products with the ADA Seal of Acceptance. This seal ensures that... Read more »

9 Signs That You May Have Bruxism

Sleep bruxism, an illness where you gnash or grind your teeth during your sleep, can lead to damaged teeth, headaches and jaw disorders, and it often leads to other sleep problems such as sleep apnea and snoring. Regrettably, self-diagnosing bruxism can be complicated – you can’t exactly tell what you’re... Read more »

Repair a Tooth With a Dental Filling

A dental filling is a dental restoration that can repair a tooth that has a cavity. The filling will restore the tooth’s proper shape and function. Dr. Abbott and Dr. Adleman will remove the decayed area of the tooth and then fill the area with the dental filling material. The... Read more »

Addressing Dental Emergencies

Oral emergencies can occur at any time, so it is best to prepare in advance so you know what to do should an accident. Often, the first few moments after an accident can be crucial to recovery. For a list of guidelines concerning oral emergencies, consider the following: What should... Read more »

A Custom Dental Guard Can Help Reduce Your Chances of Suffering Complications from Unconscious Night Grinding

Unresolved stress can often cause you to unconsciously grind your teeth at night. This can cause both acute and chronic problems with your teeth as well as the temporomandibular joints that hinge your jaw. The extreme pressure caused by clamping your jaw tightly and grinding can cause chips, dental fractures... Read more »

Types of Mouthwash

You brush and floss your teeth regularly, but you decide to add just a little something to your oral hygiene routine. Mouthwash is always a good choice, as it can add extra protection to your smile by helping guard against decay, plaque, gingivitis, and bad breath. If you are unsure... Read more »

Ceramic Braces or Clear Aligners to Straighten Your Smile

Ceramic braces (also known as clear braces) or clear aligners are the new alternative to metal braces and having a more pleasing smile. These can be used when the teeth are not aligned as long as the alignment isn’t too off it needs the practical use of metal brackets. Dr.... Read more »

Including Dental Sealants and a Fluoride Treatment to Your Dental Exam Can Help with Cavity Prevention

The American Dental Association recommends having a professional dental exam and cleaning performed every six months. This will help us remove all traces of plaque and tartar from your mouth and monitor the health of your teeth, gums, and other oral tissues. After your teeth have been cleaned and polished... Read more »

Dental Veneers: The Trick to Enhancing Your Smile

Having a white and attractive smile can play to your favor in many of life’s social, business as well as romantic situations. This means having an imperfect and unattractive smile can hinder your self-confidence as well as your self-esteem. So, if you dislike the appearance of your smile, it’s time... Read more »

Your Oral Health, Mints, and Gum

Would you be interested in learning that bad breath can actually be an indication of a serious issue? For example, bad breath could actually be a symptom of gum disease. Furthermore, if have consistent bad breath, you could ultimately have gum disease. Fortunately, there are many things that can help... Read more »