In our previous blog, we took a look at the way tooth decay developed and spread throughout a smile over time. With the help of early intervention such as a dental filling, you can mitigate damage from spreading infection and restore your oral health. Though dental fillings are a traditional way to treat cavities, keep in mind that these are not your only options when it comes to restorative care. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist discusses the versatility of dental crown restorations, and how they can be used in various instances to prioritize your oral health.
Flossing and brushing your teeth every day goes a long way when it comes to providing necessary protection to fend off common oral health threats. Though these features represent the foundation of an excellent preventive dental routine, keep in mind that prevention is no match for all possible concerns that could arise. For example, dental emergencies and physical injuries can arise at any time, and as such, it is important to seek necessary care to mitigate further damage. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist explores the need for restorative care and how fillings can address cavity concerns.
Your smile’s health is of the utmost importance, as there are many functional, cosmetic, and structural benefits to a healthy smile. While there are various factors that may pose a threat to achieving this goal, there are, unfortunately, significantly fewer natural defenses to help. Because of this, it is even more important to practice thorough preventive strategies, including attending your checkups and brushing at home. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist takes a closer look at what it means to provide thorough prevention through relevant brushing habits, and how overdoing it can be a detriment to health.
Loving your smile is one of the first steps to feeling comfortable in your own skin, and fortunately, cosmetic dentistry can help tremendously. Indeed, cosmetic care allows our team to provide noninvasive treatment to address surface-level blemishes with lifelike accuracy. When it comes to bigger issues that impact your health, however, you may require a more extensive treatment that is customized to your specific needs. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist examines the effects of untreated chronic teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, and the ways it influences your oral health.
Taking care of your smile is a lifelong commitment, and one that often requires a bit more effort than many people are currently putting into it. Because of this, dental concerns such as tooth decay, gum infection, and more can wreak havoc on your grin. Further, sometimes these issues develop rapidly and quickly get out of hand, resulting in the need for tooth extraction or another form of restorative treatment. For others, however, the presenting issue may not actually have anything to do with oral health, and instead could benefits from cosmetic touch-ups. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist explores the benefits of teeth whitening and what to expect from treatment.
In our previous blog, we took a look at the progression of dental decay – one of the world’s most common oral/bacterial health concerns – and how you can identify important signs or symptoms. Though decay is a common phenomenon that many face in their lifetime, it is far from the only thing to worry about. In fact, a host of other concerns could result in significant damage, and even falling out teeth! In cases such as these, it is important to consider the impact on your health and what treatment might be helpful. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist explores the potential situations that may warrant dental extraction, as well as how it influences oral health.
Taking care of your smile is a lifelong process, and one that often requires more work than many patients have been actively putting into it. Indeed, there are various sources of threats that can damage your smile’s function, appearance, and overall health. Unfortunately, there are significantly fewer natural defenses that can help fend off these issues. As such, it is important to stay on top of your at-home care routine. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist takes a look at one of the most common concerns most people face throughout their lifetime and how it progresses to compromise your smile.
By now you are likely so comfortable in your at-home preventive dental routine that you do not even have to think a second thought about it. In fact, it may even come as second nature! While it is always good to establish a consistent dental routine, it is also important to revisit your routine with vigilance to ensure you are not falling short in any one area or another. Further, there are so many concerns out there that can threaten your smile’s health, and as such, your routine should reflect that. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist takes a look at the importance of periodontal care, and how you can take strides to prevent gum disease.
Your smile’s appearance is something you may place a great emphasis on, and a youthful shine can help you accomplish a healthier-looking smile. Indeed, cosmetic dentistry can be used to address a variety of surface-level dental concerns, making the path to this outcome even more likely. Still, this does not mean you should ignore necessary oral care, as your preventive routine is integral for oral function, structural reinforcement, and strength overall. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist takes a look at instances that might warrant a dental visit, and how our team can help.
Taking care of your smile is a lifelong endeavor, and one that many people can benefit from revisiting. Indeed, a well-rounded preventive routine should consist of brushing, flossing, and rinsing with mouthwash in conjunction with attending regular in-office dental visits. In an ideal world, this would be all that is necessary to guarantee a lifelong, jubilant grin. Unfortunately, dental emergencies and surface-level blemishes still can occur. In today’s blog, your Auburn Hills, MI dentist discusses the need for cosmetic dentistry, and how most adults can benefit from treatment at some point in their lives.