Long-Term Periodontal Health Problems Can Have Severe Oral Health Consequences

Inconsistencies in your daily oral hygiene routine can lead to a wide range of oral health conditions. If you are remiss to floss between your teeth and gumline each day, you are at increased risk of suffering gum disease from hardened tartar. The American Dental Association has estimated that almost 47% of Americans over 30… Read more »

A Traumatized Tongue Might Require First-Aid While Seeking Professional Care

There are rare instances when a hard fall or sports injury can cause significant damage to your tongue. This might cause you to bite down hard or bite through your tongue. Sometimes this can cause pain, bleeding, or significant discomfort. In a case like this, there are a few things you can do to help… Read more »

What Do You Know about Healthy Food Choices?

Key nutrients can provide vital improvements to your oral health. Just as harmful materials such as sugars and acids can damage our teeth, some minerals are deemed effective in the treatment of them. Two main minerals that are highly effective in treating damaged enamel and keeping your smile healthy are calcium and phosphorus. Some of… Read more »

Root Canals are Easy and Effective

If you have a bacterial infection within your teeth, Dr. Yakov Royzman and Dr. Karina Zaygermakher are pleased to offer an endodontic treatment to restore your teeth and give you a painlessly happy smile. An endodontic treatment (also called a root canal) is used to remove infectious bacteria or inflamed pulp and replace it with… Read more »

Rearrange Your Smile with Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are highly recommended tooth restoration treatments that cover and conceal the fronts of teeth with artificial shells that mimic the natural look of teeth. Rearrange your smile with dental veneers to achieve the desired look you want. Here are a few tips about dental veneers: – They can cover minor malocclusions such as… Read more »

Dental Implants Can Complete Your Smile

Do you feel self-conscious about your smile? If so, you are not alone. Thousands of people feel nervous about their appearance, which is why our team here at in , , is proud to offer you dental implants. When a tooth or multiple teeth are lost due to injury, tooth decay, or gum disease, over… Read more »

A Bad Filling Needs Treatment Before a New Area of Tooth Decay Develops

When a filling is used to repair a tooth suffering from a small dental fracture or cavity, it is meant to repair the tooth for a long time to come. Poor oral hygiene habits and other oral health conditions can bolster the natural bacteria living in your mouth to attack the bond between the filling… Read more »

Halitosis Can Be Caused by Illnesses outside Your Mouth

Halitosis can be caused by illness outside your mouth. Bad breath is often an indicator of a deeper underlying illness. Bad breath, also known as halitosis, is the result of highly unpleasant odors coming from your mouth. These odors are often the result of buildup within your mouth, but can also be the result of… Read more »

When Should Toothaches Be Checked by Your Dentist?

Are you feeling any irritations around your teeth or signs of tooth sensitivity? Although there are a variety of causes, it could be linked to a toothache. Toothaches are typically formed when the pulp inside a tooth’s root becomes damaged, either from physical injury or bacterial infection. Knowing the signs of a toothache can be… Read more »

Unresolved Dry Mouth Complications Can Increase Your Chances of Suffering Tooth Decay

The saliva in your mouth plays an important role on multiple levels. Not only does it help lubricate your mouth when eating, but it also helps loosen and wash away residual food material. Along with good oral hygiene habits, this significantly helps reduce your chances of suffering tooth decay complications. If you’ve been struggling with… Read more »