Inquiries Into Toothbrushing Techniques

Tooth brushing techniques to help improve your smile include making sure that you are doing everything you can to clean all sides of each tooth. Unfortunately, brushing alone cannot keep your smile clean, so you will also have to add an additional layer of protection with interdental tools to clean between teeth. However, it's all for naught if you fail... read more »

Tips for Keeping a Clean Toothbrush

Your toothbrush can collect germs throughout the day. This can make your brush extremely dirty. It’s best to keep as clean of a brush as possible so you can clean your smile with a top-notch oral hygiene tool. To help you keep your toothbrush clean, pristine and effective, our dentists, Drs. Danziger and Kerr, encourage you to do the following... read more »

Dental Tips Vital to Oral Health with Dental Crowns

  Your oral health care and your tooth restoration care should go hand in hand. If you wish to protect your smile, it will, in turn, enhance the health of your smile. Tooth restorations are not only designed to help restore and repair damaged teeth, but some can help prevent further damage from occurring. One particularly helpful treatment in this... read more »

Achieve Optimum Holiday Health with Dental Damage Planning

As the new year heads our way, it is essential to make sure you're protecting your smile against all forms of tooth hazards and dental damage that can arise. In order to ensure your smile can thrive for many years to come, it is important to an establish effective dental damage prevention plans for any lifestyle choices or bad habits... read more »

Common Oral Health Reminders: Chewing Gum

  Did you know that chewing gum is effective for saliva production? In order to ensure your smile has the greatest chance of success, saliva production is necessary to rinse away harmful acids that can build up on your teeth and gums. Chewing gum is also safe and effective on your teeth and will not cause additional abrasion. You can... read more »

Dentistry throughout the Ages

The dental profession may be older than you believe. In fact, archeologists discovered a 14,000 year old ancient infected tooth that contained remnants of a dental cleaning with flint tools. The first written text we know that mentions dentistry is from 5000 BC; a Sumerian manuscript describes “tooth worms” as the origin of dental decay. Believe it or not, this... read more »

The Dangers of Gum Disease

You may be aware of the fact that gum disease can cause bad breath, loose teeth, and even damage to your jawbone. But were you aware of the fact that gum disease can have ramifications beyond your mouth? Your oral health can impact your overall health to a much greater degree than you may have thought. Gum disease is caused... read more »

Dental Fundamentals Work Together to Help Your Smile

Brushing your teeth is a major part of good oral hygiene. However, it isn’t the only thing that helps keep your mouth clean. Here are three other things that can assist your brushing efforts. Floss: Flossing is vital to your continued oral health. It clears out the plaque and bacteria from in between the teeth, where cavities would otherwise develop.... 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. Henry Danziger, strives to save damaged teeth whenever possible you can take an active part in tooth loss prevention as well. Let's take... 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 age or health, it’s important... read more »