Saving Your Teeth with Sealants

The best thing you can do to prevent cavities is brush your teeth twice a day and floss at least once a day. Some people may not clean their back teeth as well as they should, and those teeth can also trap more food particles and harbor more plaque than... Read more »

Dentistry Blog for Beginners: Dental Sealants

If you wish to add another layer of protection to your oral health care repertoire, consider a preventative treatment or procedure that can effectively keep your teeth safe from further damage. Dental sealants are highly effective tooth restoration procedures that are applied to the chewing surfaces of teeth to help... Read more »

Dentistry Essentials 101: Toothaches

How effective is your oral health care in preventing dental damage? If for any reason you have dental damage in the form of chips or cracks in your teeth or have signs of infections, you should visit your dentist to determine if a toothache is present. If left untreated, severe... Read more »

Consistent Oral Hygiene Practices Are Essential for Preventing Oral Health Problems

Discomfort and other complications from cavities and periodontal health problems can have a significant impact on your overall quality of life. If these oral health problems are not treated in a reasonable amount of time they can lead to severe complications, ancillary medical issues, and might also require increasingly invasive... Read more »

Replace a Large Cavity With a Beautiful Dental Crown

Unfortunately, there are times that even thorough and consistent dental hygiene doesn’t stop tooth decay from developing on a tooth. As long as you receive timely treatment, we can often repair tooth decay with a simple dental filling. In cases where a significant amount of tooth enamel is decayed, our... Read more »

Quality Aftercare for an Extracted Tooth Can Help Speed the Recovery Process

When a tooth is severely distressed by an untreated cavity or a dental fracture, the damage to the core of the tooth or the underlying socket can sometimes be so bad that Dr. Narinder Mahal can’t viably treat it with a root canal. In these rare cases, the only way... Read more »

Taking the Stress Out of Your Next Dental Visit

You may be one of many people who feel a little uneasy, or a certain level of anxiety when it comes to visiting the dentist. Or, you may be someone who has a phobia about seeing the dentist, and will find any reason not to make a dental appointment. If... Read more »

Some Preventative Treatments Can Be Included in Your Routine Dental Checkup

The American Dental Association was founded to help people maintain good oral health throughout the course of their lives. This involves a series of informational tools and recommendations. Among them is the recommendation that you have a routine dental checkup performed twice a year by a reputable dentist like Dr.... Read more »

Taking Care of Your Molars with Dental Sealants

If you take a look at your back teeth, you will notice that they come equipped with a set of ridges which are called cusps. It is the job of these cusps to crush and grind your food in order to make it easier for you to swallow and digest.... Read more »

Is Enamel Erosion Wreaking Havoc on Your Teeth?

Do you know what the strongest material in your body is? Believe it or not, it is tooth enamel! Even so, this tough, outer layer of the tooth which safeguards the dentin below it is vulnerable to erosion. And when this happens and the dentin (bonelike material) is exposed, your... Read more »