Most of us know that sugar can be harmful to teeth. While there’s no harm in enjoying a sweet treat every now and then, there are several sugar alternatives that can both satisfy your sweet tooth and keep your teeth healthy. Read our blog post for a list of dentist-approved sugar alternatives.
We know just how busy our patients and their families are balancing school activities, work schedules, and life’s curveballs. This does not have to mean that your dental appointments get left in the dust! Read our blog post for tips that will help you remember your dental appointments.
If you’re considering an oral piercing, think carefully. While oral piercings might give you the look you want or help you express yourself, they can also have a negative effect on your oral health. Read our blog post for some factors to consider when thinking about an oral piercing. Contact our office for additional information.
Read our blog post to discover the primary causes of bad breath. Contact our Cheektowaga office to discuss remedies and prevention of bad breath.
Read our blog post to discover the special functions of your 5 different kinds of teeth: incisors, canines, premolars, molars, and wisdom teeth. Your smile is our priority! Contact our Cheektowaga dental team for tips and tricks to keep your teeth healthy and strong.
Read our blog post to discover when chewing gum is safe for your teeth! We explain how you can satisfy your sweet tooth without harming your oral health. The health of your mouth is our priority. Contact us today with all your dental care questions and concerns.
Check out our blog post to learn about how your oral health can affect your skin. Cleaner teeth will promote clearer skin! This means practicing superb oral hygiene at home and visiting us for biannual dental exams. Contact our friendly office to schedule your 6-month cleaning and checkup.
You may notice a sticky, fuzzy film on your teeth after you wake up or eat certain foods. Read our blog to learn about what causes this unpleasant feeling and how to get rid of it. We care about your dental comfort and health! Call us to learn more about oral hygiene and to schedule your next dental visit.
Does your mouth often feel like a desert? Read our blog post to learn about the causes of xerostomia, or “dry mouth”. We explain how a dry mouth can negatively affect your oral health and recommend how to avoid this common condition. Call our Cheektowaga office if you experience other dental-related discomfort!
Dental emergencies often happen when we least expect them. Read our blog post to prepare yourself! If you experience a sudden toothache, damage to a tooth, or a lost tooth, you should call our office immediately or go to your nearest emergency room. The sooner you’re seen, the more likely your tooth can be saved. Call us today for more information about what to do during a dental emergency.