Tooth decay is very common. About 92 percent of people between 20-64 years of age have had cavities. Whenever you come in for a visit, we’ll always check your teeth for signs of decay. Read our blog post to learn how we detect tooth decay.
Categories for Cavity Prevention
Calcium is a vital mineral. It helps build bones, allows our blood to clot, and so much more. But what happens when we have calcium buildup on our teeth? Check out our blog post where we discuss how to prevent and treat excessive calcification on teeth.
Back in the old days of dentistry, getting a dental filling meant getting a bright, silver filling that’s easy to spot compared to the color of your natural teeth. These days, patients thankfully have another option: composite fillings. Check out our blog post where we give you the scoop on composite fillings and whether they’re safe for you.
Cavities are one of the most common dental issues. Generally speaking, a cavity is when decay causes a little hole in the surface of your teeth. But did you know there are different types of cavities out there? Read our blog post for a look at the three main categories of cavities and how they differ.