Shed Some Light on Dental Erosion Prevention

  In order to keep your smile safe from all the risks of tooth hazards in our world, it is important to make sure that you are not only practicing effective tooth hazard prevention plans, but you're also eating healthy, and cleaning your teeth on a daily basis. One potential tooth hazard that can arise at any time is dental... read more »

Dealing with Root Caries

Although people are most vulnerable to cavities when they are children and teens, tooth decay can remain a problem throughout your lifetime. Older people should not put off visiting the dentist, since they may have special concerns, and are vulnerable to root caries. As a person ages, receding gums may be a problem, and receding gums are also a symptom... read more »

Your Teeth and Enamel Erosion

Did you know that the strongest muscle in your body is actually your tongue? Have you also heard that your mouth also contains the strongest substance in your body? As you may already know, this incredibly hard substance is your enamel--the outer, protective layer of your teeth. But even though enamel is extremely hard, it can still be damaged or... read more »

Did You Know These Drinks Harm Your Teeth?

Like sugary and acidic food, certain beverages contain tooth-harming levels of sugar, acids and chromogens. To protect your mouth, be aware of how much of these drinks you consume and the effects they have on your teeth. 1. Soda The high sugar and acid contents in soda soften the enamel (the hard, protective layer over your crowns), leaving your teeth... read more »