Dentistry Essentials 101: Chewing Gum

Are you familiar with any alternative techniques to keep your teeth and gums safe, such as chewing sugarless gum? Chewing sugarless gum has numerous potential benefits to your smile to help ensure your teeth and gums continue to function as intended. Listed below are just some of the benefits that... Read more »

Denture Benefits

If you’re interested in knowing how dentures can benefit you, then our dentists Dr. Ferguson and Dr. Batra, are more than happy to help you. Dentures are handy appliances that can replace your missing teeth and boost your oral health. There are also more benefits to dentures, and they are... Read more »

Essential Dental Tips on Cavity Prevention Treatments

Always look for new ways to protect your smile from cavities. Cavity prevention is extremely important to ensure oral health happiness. If enamel erosion is allowed to occur, not only will it give rise to cavities, but it will increase your potential risk of infections and tooth loss. Thus, you'll... Read more »

Four Uses for a Dental Crown

Dental crowns are an extremely popular dental treatment and for good reason. Dental crowns perform many of the functions needed to enjoy a strong, healthy smile. We invite you to review the following uses for a dental crown: -Covering a treated tooth: Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps that can cover... Read more »

Tongue Cleaners and You

The toothbrush and floss are often the stars of the show, but what do you know about their little sister, the tongue scraper? Tongue scrapers may not be as essential to dental health as toothbrushes and floss are, but they can be a great supplement to your hygiene habits if... Read more »

Effective Cleaning Habits for Preventing Halitosis

An often-overlooked condition that can arise due to poor dental habits or other oral health problems is halitosis, more commonly known as bad breath. Bad breath typically arises due to bacteria in your mouth emitting bad odors, but it can also be caused by the foods you consume and underlying... Read more »

Getting Used to Your Dentures

When people think of dentures, they often picture someone over the age of 65. However, many adults in the United States of varying ages are missing one or more teeth, or have teeth that need to be replaced. While dental implants have become very popular in recent years, some people... Read more »

Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Gum Disease

Because gum disease can be painless in its earliest stages, many people may not know that they have it. Some people may not even think about preventing gum disease, or having it treated until it becomes a serious issue. Often, your dentist will be the first one to spot gum... Read more »

Brushing With Dentures

You may think that because your dentures are not your “real teeth” your days of brushing are over. Not quite! Dentures may not be natural teeth, but they still need to be properly cleaned if they are to do their jobs effectively. Dentures can collect food debris, just like natural... Read more »