Avoiding a Bottle Rot Relapse

Have you heard of baby bottle tooth decay? Read this post we’ve put together to find out about this sickness and its adverse effects. Bottle rot in babies and young children is defined as called because tooth erosion in that age bracket is frequently caused by materials high in sugar given to children via bottle…. Read more »

Steps for Diagnosing Dentures

If you’re concerned about whether you need false teeth, don’t fret: the Designing Smiles PSC team and Dr. Dennis Jenkins have assembled this data for you. Read on and tell us about it if you have any further inquiries during your next checkup. To diagnose whether you might need dentures. Dr. Dennis Jenkins will check… Read more »

Toothbrush and Toothpaste Options for Your Oral Health Needs

Using effective products designed for cleaning your teeth will improve your daily oral hygiene efforts. Choosing products that carry the American Dental Association Seal verifies that your product is both safe and effective. Today our team in , , would also like to share some oral hygiene basics that you can benefit from, namely, the… Read more »

How to Use Tongue Cleaners

At any point in time, millions of bacterial acids could be resting on your tongue. Not satisfied to cause bad breath alone, these small bacterial acids could also be leading to a host of other health problems. Cleaning your tongue will aid you to defend your dental health, and to do so, you need to… Read more »

Improve Your Smile with Dental Bonding

Did you know that dental bonding can improve your smile? More specifically, it can fix abnormal or irregular issues within your teeth by directly bonding resin and porcelain to the problematic areas. No longer does your smile need to endure unpleasant gashes, marks, blemishes, or stains. Professional dental bonding treatments are administered directly by Dr…. Read more »

A Consistent Oral Hygiene Practices Are Very Important for Preserving Long Term Oral Health

The overall health of your mouth plays a very important role in your overall quality of life. Tooth loss, periodontal disease, and oral cancers can cause significant discomfort, medical complications, and might be expensive to treat. With many oral health conditions prevention is the best initial approach. This starts with a consistent daily oral hygiene… Read more »

A Fractured Tooth Might Need to Have the Enamel Restored with a Dental Crown

Dental fractures can vary in severity depending on their size, location, and the affected tooth. If a dental fracture is large, or the tooth has a shallow amount of tooth enamel, Dr. might not be able to treat the tooth with a standard amalgam or composite filling. In a case like this might recommend treating… Read more »

A Tooth That’s Been Compromised by a Cavity Might Be Repaired with a Dental Filling

Contoured areas of your teeth can sometimes trap bacterial deposits. If they aren’t cleaned away by your oral hygiene regimen it can promote tooth decay. If it’s caught early Dr. might be able to treat a small cavity with a simple dental filling. The treatment process starts with a thorough examination to determine the severity… Read more »

The Desire for a Cavity-Free Smile Awaits with Dental Fillings

If appropriate oral health care routines are not observed on a daily basis, your teeth can become injured, which can result in a cavity forming. If a cavity takes hold, tooth loss can eventually occur. The desire for a cavity-free smile awaits with dental fillings. The key to understanding dental fillings includes the following: –… Read more »

Cosmetic Dentistry Has Several Ways to Improve Your Smile’s Appearance

Each of the teeth visible in your smile plays an important role in your oral function and many of your facial expressions. If one or more of these teeth is compromised by physical or cosmetic imperfections it can have a significant impact on your quality of life. Fortunately, Dr. has years of training and experience… Read more »