Implants and Bridges

Having teeth replaced is a bittersweet experience. On one hand, it’s great to finally have teeth that work properly again. On the other hand, it shows that your oral health is in need of a kickstart. When you get to this point, you’ll have a few different options to choose from for your new teeth…. Read more »

The Answers to Questions About Invisalign®

Do you have questions about Invisalign®? If so, our dentists, Dr. Rebecca Pitner and Dr. William Findlay are happy to help you find the answers. The more you know about Invisalign, the better chance you have of knowing if it’s the right treatment for you. Also, the more you know, the better chance you have… Read more »

A Dental Crown Might Be Needed to Preserve a Primary Tooth

Children sometimes struggle to maintain consistent oral hygiene habits. At the same time they can also be accident prone which could lead to a badly chipped tooth. If a primary tooth is lost to tooth decay or dental trauma the change in oral structure could eventually affect the alignment of the primary teeth that develop… Read more »

Tooth Sensitivity Linked to Enamel Erosion Might Be Improved With Increased Fluoride

Tooth enamel erosion is often related to the frequent consumption of acidic beverages and inconsistent oral hygiene practices. Over time the oral acidic environment can start to demineralize your tooth enamel. As it continues to develop the microscopic pores start to expand and deepen. Teeth in this condition are at increased risk for tooth decay… Read more »

Chronic Bad Breath May Have a Particular Cause

If you have chronic bad breath, then chances are you could be experiencing halitosis. Halitosis is stubborn bad breath that won’t go away and, in most cases, have a particular cause triggering this condition. To help you work out what is causing your bad breath, our dental experts, Dr. Rebecca Pitner and Dr. William Findlay…. Read more »

Flossing for Fun and Profit

OK, so flossing may not be for fun, but you can definitely profit by making it a daily routine for your dental health. That is why your dentist always asks you during you checkups whether you are flossing. Already, he knows that only around 30 percent of his patients are flossing daily. Here’s why you… Read more »

A Healthy Diet Means a Healthy Smile

Did you know your oral health is linked to heart disease and other conditions in the body? Yes, it’s true! Eating healthy can improve your body, but did you know it can also improve your oral health too? Foods can improve the strength and health of your teeth and gums, and to help you learn… Read more »

The Link Between Aging and the Health of Your Smile

A link has been found in many health studies that connect your oral health and your overall health. That is why keeping excellent care of your teeth and smile could help you with your overall body. Essential tips for maintaining your oral health include brushing and flossing each day. If you brush twice a day,… Read more »

Outlining the Basics of Keeping Your Oral Health

In order to ensure your oral health care can continue to thrive for the rest of your life, always make sure you have an effective prevention and treatment checklist in place to ensure that damage is minimized, and any oral accidents or injuries are treated effectively. For optimum oral health care, establish guidelines to enhance… Read more »

Dentistry Blog for Beginners: Oral Emergencies

Do you know how to treat damage that has occurred to your mouth due to blunt trauma or other similar oral accidents or injuries? Did you know that if you have a tooth knocked out, it could potentially be saved once again? The truth is, there are many things you can do to help treat… Read more »