Your teeth are incredibly strong—just think about all of the things you can bite down and chew on with them! Although it’s natural for your enamel to wear down over time, there are quite a few different ways to actually strengthen your teeth. Read our blog post for tips for stronger teeth!
When thinking about our dental hygiene and bathroom routine, we often forget about the amount of waste we’re creating. Between water consumption and harmful beauty products, the bathroom isn’t always an earth-friendly environment. Read our blog post to learn how you can improve your routine to make it more friendly to the environment.
While neglecting your dental hygiene routine is the main cause of gum disease, your genetics play a role in your oral health as well. Read our blog post to learn about gum disease and find out if it is hereditary.
It’s a new year and that means coming up with your new year’s resolutions. We often focus on lifestyle changes, but why not make one centered around your oral health? Read our blog post to learn more about the most important questions you can ask your dentist to take control of your dental wellness in 2019!
While there’s no way to reverse aging, a wide variety of advances in medical technology have lessened its effects. Read our blog post where we discuss a popular treatment: professional teeth whitening.
You don’t need to run away at thought of a root canal. Root canal is a common, proven treatment that helps rather than hurts you. Read our blog post where we shine some light on the steps of the procedure to let you know that it’s not something that should cause you worry or fear.
Patients often ask if CEREC crowns are as durable as traditional crowns. Read our blog post where we address that question while providing a brief description of crowns in general and CEREC technology in particular.
Do you ever wake up with a dry mouth or sore jaw in the morning? Chances are you’ve been breathing through your mouth when you sleep. Read our blog post for the causes of, consequences of, and ways to prevent breathing through your mouth when you sleep.
Do you find yourself wincing after a sip of hot coffee or a bite of ice cream? If so, your teeth may be more sensitive than normal. Read our blog post for some wisdom on common causes of tooth sensitivity as well as some ways we treat it. Contact our office if you are concerned about tooth sensitivity.
Check out our blog post to discover whether bacteria can cause a cavity in a dental implant. We encourage you to ask us all your dental-related questions! Contact us with more questions or to schedule your next appointment at our Avon dental practice, near Indianapolis.