Root Canal Therapy

Root canal therapy is used if the inside pulp if your tooth becomes infected. This procedure generally takes one or two office visits to complete and can help reduce some pain you might be experiencing and help improve your oral health. Our dentist, Dr. Kurt Seidler, cares about your oral health and wants to make… Read more »

How to Not Get an Abscess

If we told you that there are a few simple, easy steps to avoiding one of the most uncomfortable oral health issues you could potentially face, would you be interested? There are a few simple tips to help you avoid getting an abscess, which is one of the more worrisome oral health problems we see… Read more »

Bad Oral Habits Can Cause a Chipped Tooth

Your tooth enamel is intended to be hard enough to allow you to chew tough and hard foods. Yet your teeth are not invulnerable to chips and fractured tooth enamel. Some bad oral habits like crunching on ice or nervously nibbling on pens and pencils can exert such force on a tooth that it fractures… Read more »

The Basics: Dental Veneers

Your best smile should never be neglected. Even if you don’t have your perfect smile right now, it doesn’t mean that you can’t have one of the future. This doesn’t mean that you have to go under the knife for extensive repairs or replacements to fix your smile. In fact, it can be done. rather… Read more »

Dental Basics: Cold and Flu Season

Did you know that an illness can increase your risk of dental damage when you are suffering from a cold or the flu? As a cold and flu season continues to linger on, you may want to look for extra ways improve your oral health by eliminating risks associated with damage to your teeth and… Read more »

Are You Lacking Dental Erosion and Cavity Prevention?

Building a better smile for enamel erosion and cavity prevention is essential for optimum oral health. This is because your teeth will not be able to function effectively if they’re filled with holes, and of the inner linings of your root’s pulp are vulnerable to decay. Bacteria will seep through holes in your tooth enamel and… Read more »

A Dental Crown Restoration Can Treat a Tooth with a Bad Cavity

Brushing your teeth every morning and night with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste helps to remove plaque and food particles from the faces and contours of your teeth. It’s also important to remember to thoroughly floss between each of your teeth once per day, running the floss along the gumline and in the spaces… Read more »

Flossing for Good Health

Removing plaque from your teeth is a key to preventing cavities and other oral health emergencies. But brushing alone can’t do the job properly. It is vital that you floss your teeth as well as brush, so as to remove the plaque and debris from all areas of your mouth–including places that your brush can’t… Read more »

Maintaining Strong Tooth Enamel Helps Maintain Your White Smile

The outer surfaces of your teeth are clad with durable tooth enamel. This biologically generated mineral substance is also microscopically porous. When you consume dark beverages and certain dark foods microscopic particles can adhere to the surface textures of your teeth. If your daily oral hygiene routine fails to remove minor dental stains, they can… Read more »

Don’t Ignore the Telltale Discomfort of a Toothache

Persistent dental discomfort in the form of a deep ache in the gums, throbbing toothache, or tooth sensitivity is often a warning from your smile that something is wrong. If you develop a toothache, even a minor one, you should see a dentist as soon as possible to determine if you have a larger dental… Read more »