How Your Cavity Is Treated When You Get a Dental Filling

If you feel pain when you chew your food, or you have a tooth that is sensitive to hot and cold, or a tooth that just won’t stop aching, you may have a cavity. Even with the best of care—daily brushing and flossing and regular dental cleanings--your pearly whites can develop dental caries, also known as cavities. Cavities are holes... read more »

The ABC’s Of Dental Health

Keeping good oral hygiene practices is very important for dental health. Our mouths are full of bacteria which, if it collects, can form a film on the teeth called plaque. Plaque bacteria breaks down the sugars in foods and creates acids that attack tooth enamel. Overtime, this can cause problems to develop such as tooth decay and gum disease. Following... read more »