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Reclaim Your Radiance: Navigating the World of Teeth Whitening

Are you looking to brighten up your smile? We all know that discolored teeth can affect our confidence and self-esteem, but luckily there are many teeth whitening treatments available to help us achieve a brighter and whiter smile. In this blog we'll explore the various options for teeth whitening, including at-home treatments like strips, trays, and toothpaste, as well as... read more »

These Foods and Drinks Can Stain Your Tooth Enamel

Your tooth enamel is vital for your oral health, which is why your dentist reminds you to brush and floss each day to take care of them. Did you know, some foods and drinks can severely stain or damage your tooth enamel putting your oral health at risk? Yes, it’s true! Your teeth could be at risk from drinks or... read more »

A Knocked Out Tooth Is a Dental Emergency

Rigorous athletics can place a person at an increased risk of injury. While bruises, bumps and sprained joints are common, there are times when a hard blow to the mouth can severely damage or knock out a tooth. In a situation like this, applying some basic first aid principles can help manage pain and other complications while you seek emergency... read more »

The Relationship Between Your Teeth, Gums and Mouth Jewelry

Are you familiar with the risks of mouth jewelry and why you should always exercise caution before implementing any new ones? Although you may think that lip and tongue rings are stylish and trendy, they do come with their downfalls. One of the pitfalls of mouth jewelry is that most forms can lead to some form of dental damage. Be... read more »

Use These School Habits for a Better Smile

Drs. Thompson, Bottorff, Denardo, and Rizk want you to have the top-notch smile you deserve. This is why they encourage you to keep up on oral hygiene and attend your dental checkups regularly. Your dentist also recommends doing little things at school to keep your teeth and gums in the best condition possible. Fortunately, there are little school habits you... read more »

Tooth Sensitivity: The Facts You Should Know

If you suffer from tooth sensitivity, you’re likely wondering what causes it and how to treat it. Well, you’re not alone. Many people wonder the same thing as they suffer from tooth sensitivity discomfort. One thing that can help you find the answers you’re looking for is by knowing all about the problem. Our dentist, Dr. Damon Thompson, would like... read more »

The Answers to Questions About Mouthwash

Are you someone who has questions about mouthwash? If so, our dentists, Dr. Damon Thompson and associates, are happy to help you find the answers you’re looking for. The more you know about mouthwash, the better. In fact, it can help you find the mouthwash that is right for you and your smile. To help you, they would like to... read more »

Oral Hygiene Improvements: Dental Erosion Prevention

One of the biggest risks to your oral health arises due to dental damage in the form of dental erosion, also known as enamel erosion. It results when the layer of your teeth call the tooth enamel slowly wears away. This process is typically the result of harmful acids that can eat through your tooth enamel. To combat dental erosion,... read more »

Visit Your Dentist About Gum Disease  Risk Factor Prevention

With each passing year, your oral health is more at risk for oral ailments they can gradually wear down your teeth and gums. Your gums especially tend to be extremely vulnerable as you age due to numerous risk factors including periodontal disease, also known as gum disease. In order to protect your gums against any infections that can arise, it... read more »

Severe Tooth Loss Can Be Resolved With a Partial Denture

If you receive significant oral trauma as a result of a car accident or severe sports injury, you may have several damaged or knocked-out teeth in one area of your mouth. In this case, treating the soft tissue wounds is often prioritized over restoring any tooth remnants, which can result in losing the dental roots. If the teeth are in... read more »