When It Comes to Your Pearly Whites, the World of Teeth Whitening Is Your Oyster

If your teeth have become darker, duller, or discolored and you would like to see a change in tooth color, there are various whitening options you can choose. Dr. Don Wyatt and our team offer a review of different teeth whitening treatments to help you make an informed choice. Whitening agents contain hydrogen peroxide or… Read more »

Dental Implants Are a Good Option

There are many options for tooth replacements, and different alternatives fit different smile needs. One of the most beneficial options is a dental implant. Let’s look at the basics to see if implants are right for you. If you are missing more than one tooth, it is likely that your jawbone will weaken over time…. Read more »

A Dental Filling Might Be Needed to Repair a Tooth with a Small Cavity

Poor oral hygiene practices that demineralize tooth enamel can cause a small cavity to form on a tooth’s enamel layer. This can cause increasing sensitivity, discomfort when chewing, and might also cause a change in the tooth’s texture. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms with one of your teeth you should not delay… Read more »

Taking the Stress Out of Your Dental Appointment

For some people, a visit to the dentist is a walk in the park. Other people may regard a visit to the dentist’s office with anything from mild anxiety to genuine fear. While dental anxiety is all too real, it can keep a person from seeing the dentist for routine cleanings and examinations, and to… Read more »

Toothbrush Upkeep Tips

Caring for your teeth by brushing and flossing every day is very important for your oral health. Did you know that caring for your toothbrush helps you to better care for your smile? Keep reading for some toothbrush care tips. Caring for Your Toothbrush To keep your toothbrush and your mouth in good shape, make… Read more »

What to Do If You Experience Any Jaw and Facial Pain

Are you a long-time sufferer of jaw pain? Do you often feel an increase in pain within your jaw when biting into overly tough or chewy foods? If so, you may have an underlying condition that requires treatment. Although jaw pain may seem common, all issues and ailments regarding your oral health should be treated… Read more »

Improving Your Oral Health with Tooth Hazard Prevention

The key to improving your oral health begins with tooth hazard prevention. Even though there are many treatments out there for a wide assortment of oral health ailments, it’s best to deal with any problematic situations before they even arise. However, in many cases, damage to our teeth and gums is done very quickly, so… Read more »

What is the Best Flossing Technique for My Smile?

Flossing is a simple technique that needs to be performed at least once a day. This is because it can help you maintain a strong and healthy smile as well as help you prevent major dental issues. So, please keep up with your flossing routine. To help you have a proper technique for your smile,… Read more »

What to Look for When Shopping for a New Toothbrush and Toothpaste

Did you know that if you brush your teeth for two minutes twice daily, that’s 24 hours a year? In other words, you spend an entire day each year brushing your teeth. That’s why it’s important to choose the right tools to do the job! Here are some tips: Tooth Paste Tips The first thing… Read more »

Toothache Complications

Are you experiencing tooth pain? Toothaches are often occur when the pulp inside a tooth’s root becomes damaged, either from physical injury or bacterial infection. Ask yourself the following questions to determine if you have complications from a toothache: – Do you continue to feel discomfort in your mouth even after using pain relievers? –… Read more »