A Tooth with an Existing Filling and a New Cavity Might Need a Crown

A tooth with a pre-existing filling still has a modest amount of tooth enamel remaining. If a new cavity forms, there might not be sufficient healthy tooth enamel to anchor another filling. For a tooth in this condition, Drs. Royzman and Zaygermakher might recommend a dental crown. This is a restorative treatment method designed to… Read more »

Help Your Oral Health Care With Invisalign®

Would you like to fix your smile both for looks and for your health? If so, enhance your oral health care with Invisalign®. Thanks to their patented thermoplastic design, Invisalign can help straighten your teeth while being flexible and removable at the same time. This means you can still eat your favorite foods, just as… Read more »

Root Canal Therapy: What You Should Know

What have you heard about root canal therapy? Have you heard that this treatment is actually far more comfortable than it has been in the past? Even though root canal therapy has a bad reputation, it is an extremely important treatment—especially if you’re interested in saving an injured tooth. In fact, root canal therapy may… Read more »

The Answers to FAQs About Dental Checkups

Dental checkups are vital for your oral health. They can help you in more ways than you realize. So, today our team would like to tell you more about dental checkups so you can better understand why they are so important for your oral health. To give you the information you need, we have provided… Read more »

What Are the White Spots on Your Teeth?

You probably know that virtually everyone wants a beautiful, white smile. But did you know that there are a few things that can prevent you from having your ideal smile, such as yellow teeth or white spots on your teeth? These white spots can be noticeable and unattractive, and even a sign of other issues…. Read more »

What is Enamel Erosion?

Did you know that the strongest muscle in your body is actually your tongue? Have you also heard that your mouth also contains the strongest substance in your body? As you may already know, this incredibly hard substance is your enamel–the outer, protective layer of your teeth. But even though enamel is extremely hard, it… Read more »

The Damaging Effects of Sugary Drinks

Did you know that Americans spend millions of dollars every year on teeth whitening? Fortunately, as you probably know, there are a few things you can do to keep your teeth healthy and bright. However, there are a few things that can stain your teeth—including a number of drinks. Sadly, drinking too many sweet drinks… Read more »

Options for a Fractured Tooth

As hard as your tooth enamel is, it’s not uncommon for something like a blow to the face or a hard fall to fracture a tooth. This is even more likely if you play contact sports without wearing a quality mouth guard or if you grind your teeth on a regular basis. If an accident… Read more »

You Should Beware the Symptoms of Gingivitis

Gum disease is a serious oral and medical condition that afflicts millions of Americans each year. In fact, the American Dental Association estimates that 47 percent of people over the age of 30 have some degree of gum disease. The Centers for Disease Control also published research findings that 64 percent of people over the… Read more »

Facts About Root Canal Microsurgery

As you probably know, there are a few things you should do to keep your teeth healthy and strong. Similarly, you probably know that there are a few things you should have addressed by your dentist. For instance, you may need to have a cavity filled or may even need root canal therapy—but sometimes, a… Read more »