How to Treat and Restore a Fractured Tooth

The densely-packed microscopic mineral crystals of tooth enamel are what makes your teeth so hard and strong. While your teeth are designed to bite off or grind hard foods, there are times when an accidental blow to the face or a hard fall can impart enough force to fracture the enamel layer of a tooth…. Read more »

What to Expect (Dentally) When You’re Expecting

Becoming a new mother is an exciting time full of incredible changes. While most of those changes are welcome, some might not be good for you or your baby. It is important to take care of your teeth while you are pregnant, and to be aware of changes that can impact them. While many women… Read more »

Everyday Habits that can Help Prevent Some Oral Emergencies

An injury to your mouth, teeth, tongue or gums can be a serious cause for concern. While you can’t prevent everything there are a few everyday habits to consider that can reduce the chances or prevent some common oral emergencies. Try to break bad habits like chewing on ice or nibbling on hard objects like… Read more »