How Routine Dental Checkups Help Your Smile in the Long Run

When you come in for dental exams and we have cleaned your teeth and gum line and removed any hardened plaque, our dentist can look at them for any signs of trouble, such as cavities, loose or broken teeth, damaged fillings, and evaluate your risk rate of certain diseases which might also take into account… Read more »

Your Smile and Bruxism

Are you aware of the risks associated with bruxism? Bruxism is an oral health condition that typically arises subconsciously and can take place over several days or months before you may even notice signs of damage. To help protect your smile, be aware of any oral health treatments that you have and what you can… Read more »

The Placement Process of a Tooth-Colored Dental Filling

A unique function, and therefore need, applies to every tooth in your smile. For example, chewing is performed largely by your molars and premolars, causing them to sustain a lot of pressure and require ongoing durability. When tooth decay occurs on these back teeth, Dr. Bijan Ahmadzadeh typically places an amalgam dental filling because these… Read more »

Hyperdontia: How Many Teeth Should I Have?

Do you know someone with too many teeth? While you might think that having more of something is a good thing, this is not one of those circumstances. There is a little-known condition called hyperdontia whereby an individual may have more than the normal amount of teeth. Around 200,000 people in the U.S. suffer from… Read more »

Avoid These School Habits for a Better Smile

Your dentists want you to have the strong and healthy smile you deserve, which is why they strongly recommend cleaning and caring for your teeth and gums throughout the day. This is especially important while you’re attending classes and going to school because there are school habits that can do more damage to your smile… Read more »

Why Dental Checkups Matter to Your Oral Health

Of course you are eager to visit a dentist when you have a bad toothache or broke a tooth as a result of a fall or a dental accident. However, instead of only seeking dental care to repair your smile, it’s much more beneficial to receive preventive dental care, even if you don’t think you… Read more »

Got Questions About Nitrous Oxide? Here Are Your Answers

If you have questions about nitrous oxide, like many people do, you have come to the right blog. Here you can find the answers you need so you can know more about this dental sedative. To give you the answers you’re looking for, our dentists, Drs. Scrimalli, Ratchford and Ahmadzadeh, are happy to answer commonly… Read more »

Getting Comfortable with Your Dentures

If you are in the market for dentures, you know of their benefits. They make good tools that replace teeth you have lost. So that you do not feel like something is going wrong during your first few weeks of having a new denture, understand that it will take some time to grow accustomed to… Read more »

Receive Your Dream Smile in as Little as One Visit With Dental Bonding

Receive Your Dream Smile in as Little as One Visit With Dental Bonding Over the course of a lifetime, the teeth can experience many damaging conditions, including tooth decay and exposed roots, as well as discoloration, cracks, and chips in the teeth. Dental bonding may be the optimal cosmetic and restorative dental procedure to enhance… Read more »

A Dental Filling That Matches Your Tooth Color

If you are unfamiliar with composite dental fillings, they are tooth-colored fillings that are matched to the color of your teeth. By custom crafting the color, composites can be blended seamlessly to virtually any degree of tooth color. Composites are a popular cosmetic choice for treating cavities in your smile. We invite you to consider… Read more »