Oral Emergencies and Its Effect on Your Dental Health

Preparing for oral emergencies is often as critical as the actual treatment is if the worst should ever take place. Even though trivial accidents such as biting your lip may seem inconsequential, they can potentially have lasting effects on your smile and could lead to infections if not addressed quickly. Thus, treat all oral emergencies the same, even ones that... read more »

Caring for Your Dentures

If our dentist, Dr. Letitia M. Williams, recommends dentures to rescue your smile from missing teeth, you will want to take good care of them. Whether you have custom-crafted complete dentures or partial dentures, your smile care is just as important to maintain as with your own teeth. To help you look and feel your best while wearing your dentures,... read more »

Reducing the Risk of Oral Cancer

You are probably aware that there are many things you could try to keep your pearly whites strong. For example, you may know that flossing and brushing your pearly whites should be crucial parts of protecting your teeth. Similarly, you might know that you should schedule two cleanings with our team every year. During these dental appointments, we’ll examine your... read more »

How Do Genetics Affect Your Teeth?

Did you know that there are people who don’t brush their teeth but still don’t get cavities? Other brush and floss their teeth regularly, but still find themselves fighting tooth decay. Sadly, some people are more vulnerable to cavities than others are, but did you know that you could be more vulnerable to tooth decay because of genetics? You see,... read more »

Mouthwash Can Help Your Oral Health

As you may know, some very popular foods could lead to problems with your breath. For that reason—along with a few others—many people tend to use breath mints and chewing gum. While these are useful options, they only mask bad breath without addressing the root of the problem. In other words, if you're interested in improving your breath, you may... read more »