4 Ways to Protect Your Enamel

Tooth enamel is one of the hardest substances found in the human body. This tough outer layer protects your teeth above the gum line when you use your teeth to bite, chew and crunch your food. It also protects your tooth’s living inner pulp from temperature extremes and unwelcome chemicals. But as amazing as tooth … [Read more...]

Restoration With Teeth In A Day

It seems way too early to be thinking about the winter holidays, but they will be here before you know it! If you've struggled with tooth loss, the holidays can be challenging, since activities often center around eating, smiling for photos and talking to relatives at family gatherings. If you talk to your dentist … [Read more...]

Each Patient Is Unique

One of the concepts in modern American life that is the LEAST applicable to dental care is the idea that “one size fits all.” That can be a wonderful idea if we’re talking about a hat, or an accessory like a necklace, but it’s a terrible idea to adhere to if we’re talking about your dental health. When it comes to … [Read more...]

Laser Use In Dentistry

For several generations, science fiction has focused on lasers as the technology behind various types of impressive-looking weapons. But lasers can be found in your local dental office too. Lasers are emerging as a key “weapon” in the fight against tooth and gum diseases, although their ultimate goal is to create a … [Read more...]

Importance of Saving the Tooth

Today’s cosmetic dentistry patient has options for maintaining their smile that would astonish their great-grandparents. For much of recorded history, losing one’s teeth was a feared but somewhat inevitable outcome of old age (and occasionally of an accident or illness). But since the advent of removable dentures, … [Read more...]

When Do I Need A Deep Cleaning?

Our teeth, like our living spaces, are easier to maintain when we clean them regularly. In the case of our home, it’s easier to take the trash out when we only have one bag to put out on the curb, not several … or hundreds. If you’ve visited your Phoenix dentist on a regular basis, he or she has helped you maintain … [Read more...]