A Chipped Tooth Needs to Be Treated to Prevent Further Complications

Sometimes a seemingly minor oral habit like chewing on desktop items or using your teeth to help open packaging can lead to a chipped tooth. In many of these cases the damage to the tooth’s enamel layer can vary. Even if you aren’t experiencing immediate sensitivity or discomfort in the affected tooth you should still… Read more »

Gum Health Often Requires Extra Oral Care

To have a healthy mouth and strong teeth, you also need to have healthy gums that aren’t affected by gum disease. This means maintaining an effective oral hygiene routine that focuses on daily brushing and flossing to remove bacteria. Our team is here to help you keep your gums healthy and address any periodontal issues… Read more »

The Dental Implant Placement Process for Tooth Loss

Are you considering your options to restore your smile after tooth loss? If so, we are happy to provide some insight. Cosmetic dentistry has evolved to offer multiple ways to achieve a beautiful smile after losing a tooth, and dental implants deliver beautiful long-term results that have been gaining popularity. We are happy to discuss… Read more »

Gum Disease: The Causes and Treatments

Gum disease is one of the most dangerous dental issues in the world today, and you need to take it very seriously. This is important because if you ignore it, it can completely destroy your smile and oral health. This disease first involves red, swollen and tender gums that bleed often. Then, it involves receding… Read more »

Common Notes and Tips on Dental Implants

Are you looking to learn more about dental implants? If so, you have come to the right blog! Dental implants are a popular way to restore your tooth thanks to their longevity and ability to last a lifetime with proper oral health care. In fact, dental implants have been around for many years, and have… Read more »

Gum Disease and You

When you brush your teeth, do you see a little pink in the sink? Many people think that it is normal for gums to bleed when you brush. This is not true! In fact, bleeding gums can be an indicator of gum disease in its various stages. Gum disease is a common problem; advanced gum… Read more »

Why Early Gum Disease Treatment Matters

The gum condition known as gum disease or periodontal disease is very common and destructive for the oral health, affecting millions of patients to the point that the majority of adults have gum disease in some form. The beginning stages of gum disease are mild, but it can worsen to the point that you lose… Read more »

How To Prevent Gum Disease

Advanced gum disease affects over 47% of adults over 30 in the United States. To avoid being one of these people and combat gum disease, you must practice excellent oral hygiene. You must brush your teeth and gums twice a day, for two minutes each session. Be sure to use a very soft-bristled toothbrush; this… Read more »

Periodontal Disease Can Cause Gums to Bleed

A consistent and effective oral hygiene regimen is essential for maintaining a healthy mouth. When food particles and plaque are not effectively removed from the mouth they can contribute to tooth decay. Bacteria near the gumline can cause inflammation and gingivitis, which is the initial stage of periodontal disease. With early detection, gingivitis can be… Read more »

Special Care Is Needed When Recovering from Tooth Extraction

Sometimes, one or more teeth need to be professionally extracted to prevent complications. This problem may stem from untreated tooth decay, a large dental abscess, emergency treatment for a dental trauma, or to prepare the gums for other dental work. Once the tooth or teeth have been extracted, Dr. Kamy Noruzi will likely provide you… Read more »