Halitosis & Bad Breath

Bad breath stinks. Literally! (*Crickets chirping*) Did you know that stinky breath can come from more than just anchovies? Rancid breath also comes from sources inside your body, and when that’s the case it’s an illness referred to as halitosis. Here are a few sources of halitosis. -If you have gum disease, pockets of bacteria… Read more »

Improve the Appearance of Your Smile With Veneers

Do you ever feel embarrassed, or even ashamed, of your smile? Do you wish for a brighter, more attractive smile? Look no further! Ask Drs. Danziger and Kerr how veneers in , , can improve the appearance of your smile. Dental veneers are thin, tooth-colored shells that are bonded to the front of the teeth… Read more »

Prevent Tooth Loss With These Three Tips

You can actively prevent tooth loss from taking hold of your smile. This matters, because losing a tooth doesn’t just affect your appearance, but it affects oral health and can even cause misalignment in your smile. Naturally, Dr. , strives to save damaged teeth whenever possible you can take an active part in tooth loss prevention… Read more »

Denture Adhesive Can Help Mitigate the Early Side Effects of Oral Atrophy

When you still had your original teeth the daily act of biting, grinding and chewing acted to stimulate the bones beneath your gum structure. This encouraged your body to maintain a modest level of structural integrity. When your natural teeth were removed to make way for your complete dentures, this bone structure was also affected…. Read more »

A Serious Case of Dental Misalignment Might Need to Be Treated with a Crown

Uncorrected alignment issues with your teeth can cause them to meet at an unhealthy angle. When this happens, it is possible for one tooth to rub excessively against another. As time goes on this can cause a loss of tooth enamel. Without timely treatment, the tooth could suffer from decay, heightened sensitivity, or a serious… Read more »

An Amalgam Dental Filling Can Be Durable Enough to Repair a Cavity on a Back Tooth

The premolars and molars in the back of your mouth are primarily called upon to help chew and grind the foods you eat. If poor oral hygiene habits allow a cavity to form on one of these important teeth it can limit your ability to process food before swallowing. With early diagnosis, Dr. might be… Read more »

How Can You Know If You Have Oral Cancer?

Do you ever wonder about how you can know if you have oral cancer? Oral cancer affects more than 40,000 people in the United States every year. Getting oral cancer screenings regularly could save your life. It’s also important to watch for the signs that indicate oral cancer. Because oral cancer can occur at any… Read more »

Is Your Mouthwash Serving Its Purpose?

Is your mouthwash serving its purpose? Mouthwash is a variety of dental cleaner that carries a wide variety of oral health benefits. Depending on your smile’s needs, choose a mouthwash that can safely and effectively help make your smile shine and give you the oral health care you strive for. Be careful about which products… Read more »

Cavity Prevention Begins with Cavity Protection

Cavity prevention begins with cavity protection. If your teeth are not properly protected, the chances of cavities increase greatly. Although cleaning your teeth is important, make sure the tools you use are effective at doing the tasks required of them. In addition, eating healthy can also help keep your mouth clean and free of harmful… Read more »

Oral Hygiene: How to Clean and Care for Your Smile

Your smile is extremely important, especially because it helps you laugh, talk, and eat. This is why it’s vital to take good care of your smile as much as possible. In order to do so, you need to keep up on oral hygiene. To help you clean and care for your teeth and gums, our… Read more »