Oral Health Outliers: Tooth Decay

Several situations in life can leave your smile vulnerable to further damage and tooth decay. In order to effectively treat tooth decay, you’ll need to make sure that you’re eating a nutritious diet that is high in nutritious ingredients and low in unhealthy products that can slowly wear down your tooth enamel. Because tooth decay… Read more »

A Typical Dental Checkup

In a perfect world, you should be seeing your dentist for regular checkups every six months, but the sad truth of the matter is that many people only go in once a year, if even that. Those that don’t go in until they have a problem risk greater difficulty and misery in the future. If… Read more »

Taking Care of Your Dentures

When it comes to replacing missing teeth with dentures, there is some information you should know when it comes to caring for them. Even though false teeth can’t get cavities like natural tooth enamel, they require daily care to maintain their quality and appearance. Below, we have provided some recommendations on proper care for dentures… Read more »

Tips for Helping Your Dry Mouth

Dry mouth is a dental issue that involves a dry, cottony feeling in the mouth. It oftentimes feels like it’s difficult to quench your thirst. If you suffer from dry mouth, our s, Drs. Baaqee and Baaqee, are happy to help you. Fortunately, there are things you can do to lessen your symptoms and help… Read more »

An Untreated Dental Fracture with a Cavity Might Need a Dental Crown Restoration

When a tooth is chipped or fractured the damage to the enamel layer might not cause significant distress, discomfort, or sensitivity. If you choose not to have the tooth repaired in a reasonable amount of time the textures of the fractured tooth enamel could start to accumulate bacterial deposits. As this starts to happen the… Read more »

A Patient Approach Is Needed to Remove Food Stuck Between Your Teeth

It’s a relatively common experience to bite into a tough piece of food and have a fragment or fiber get stuck between your teeth. This is more common with foods like hard nuts, fruit peels, beef jerky and other tough cuts of meat. Most of the time a little tongue play, or a swish of… Read more »

Improve Your Brushing Routine by Brushing Up on the Basics

Because we brush our teeth so often, the task likely becomes mindless, which can result in an improper brushing technique. This is why it’s important to brush up on the brushing basics so you can remind yourself how to properly brush. To help you do so, our dentist, Dr. , has some tips for you…. Read more »

Dental Implants: The Answers to Commonly Asked Questions

Dental implants are strong restorations that can restore your smile and boost your oral health. They can help you in many ways. In fact, they can help you in more ways than you might realize. Now, a dental implant restoration is a little more complex than other restorations, which might lead to some dental implant… Read more »

A Minor Dental Fracture on a Premolar Might Be Repairable with a Dental Filling

Each of your premolars plays an important role in the overall function of your mouth. They reside between your front teeth and aid in biting off tough foods. Yet they also work in tandem with the molars in the back of your mouth to help chew and grind. If you have a bad habit of… Read more »

Oral Hygiene Topic: Water Flossing

Have you ever tried a water flosser to clean your teeth instead of traditional floss? Do you know what a water flosser can do for your oral health? Although they are a lesser known cleaning tool compared to their much older and accepted counterpart, traditional floss, water flossers have been gaining popularity and are rushing… Read more »