1. Five Foods For Healthy Teeth

    Milk It’s not just your bones that benefit from milk; your teeth get stronger and healthier when you drink, too, because it contains calcium. Calcium helps protect your teeth against periodontal (gum) disease and keeps your jawbone strong and healthy. Since women are more likely to get periodontal disease if they don’t absorb enough calcium from their daily diet, it’s especially important fo…Read More

  2. The Effects of Smoking on Your Smile

    We all know that smoking is bad for your overall health but what direct affects does it have on your smile? Using tobacco products has a very negative effect on your oral health. Some of the most obvious effects of smoking cigarettes has on your oral health are bad breath, tooth discoloration, and loss of taste and smell, but there can be more serious periodontal problems. One of the effects of sm…Read More

  3. How to Handle a Dental Emergency

    Ignoring a dental problem can increase the risk of permanent damage as well as the need for more extensive and expensive treatment later on. Pain involving these parts of the mouth, even when minor, can indicate a severe underlying problem that could worsen with time. It is important to contact a dentist as soon as possible for a professional evaluation to minimize damage to the teeth, gums, and t…Read More

  4. Why Should I Get Braces?

    Braces are just for kids… that is still what the majority of adults think. But it’s not true and in recent years it has become more commonplace to see adults correcting their dental problems with braces. As long as your teeth and gums are healthy, you could benefit from getting your teeth straightened. Braces have evolved considerably in the last 15 years. They no longer have to be the big, bu…Read More

  5. The Importance of Regular Dental Visits for Kids

    The sooner children begin getting regular dental checkups, the healthier their mouths will stay throughout their lives. It is recommended that the first visit occur within six months of the child’s first tooth emerging. Preventive care such as cleanings and if necessary, fluoride treatments, provide children with ‘smile’ insurance. Routine dental exams uncover problems that can be easily tre…Read More

  6. What Is Restorative Dentistry?

    Restorative dentistry is the study, diagnosis and integrated management of diseases of the teeth and their supporting structures and the rehabilitation of the dentition to functional and aesthetic requirements of the individual. Restorative dentistry encompasses the dental specialties of endodontics, periodontics and prosthodontics and its foundation is based upon how these interact in cases requi…Read More

  7. Burlington Dentist

    Our great Dental Center offers a full complement of preventive and restorative care. We offer the gentle and friendly care you need for a lifetime of healthy smiles. A gentle & friendly approach to dentistry Our staff make your dental visit a comfortable and pleasant one. Using only the gentlest techniques, our dentists have a calming chair-side manner and listen to your concerns and any fears…Read More

  8. Benefits of a Confident Smile

    In today’s world, the perfect smile seems to be all the rage. We see it in films, pictures, and even television commercials touting whiter teeth by using toothpaste or chewing gum. A smile is such a natural action that we can often engage in one without realizing it. Unless, that is, you are self-conscious about your smile, in which case you’ are probably more aware than others of your smile…Read More

  9. Cosmetic Dentistry

    Having a perfect smile is something a lot of people wish for but find hard to achieve. It is beautiful and inviting which is why actors and models put tremendous effort into maintaining it as part of their look. A major plus of having a nice, clean smile is self-confidence. A nice smile begins with proper dental hygiene. Even though we brush our teeth regularly, it may not be enough to keep them l…Read More

  10. Sedation Dentistry and its Benefits for Comfort

    Going to a dentist can be a nerve-wracking experience for many people. Fear of going to the dentist is common and many people avoid going because of this. Dentists are aware of this and generally offer options for patients to be comfortable, and one of those options is sedation dentistry. Sedation dentistry involves different types of sedative drugs to relax a patient before a dental procedure. Th…Read More