Are Dental Implants for Me?

If you’re interested in finding out if dental implants are right for you, you have come to the right blog. First, our dentist, Dr. Thi Hoang, recommends scheduling an appointment to find out if you’re fit for dental implants. Until then, she is happy to give you a good idea... Read more »

How to Know if You Have the Temporomandibular Joint Disorder

The temporomandibular joint disorder, which is also known as the TMJ disorder, can affect your life in many ways. It can even make normal, mundane tasks very difficult to do. If you are a victim of this problem, it’s best to visit our dentist, Dr. Thi Hoang, for treatment. Before... Read more »

A Tooth With a Small Cavity Might Be Treated With a Dental Filling

The contoured surfaces of your teeth can sometimes trap stray food particles and plaque. If these bacterial deposits are not cleared away by your daily brushing and flossing efforts they could start to demineralize the surrounding tooth enamel, which could cause a cavity. Early signs of tooth decay might involve... Read more »

A Tooth With an Occlusal Fracture Needs Timely Treatment

Each of your teeth has a specific shape and contour that helps it meet efficiently with its partners in your dentition. When a cavity or chip affects the biting surface of a tooth it can lead to significant discomfort and sensitivity. Individuals with bad oral habits like crunching on ice... Read more »

A Quality Whitening Toothpaste Might Remove Minor Dental Stains

Dental stains can develop on your teeth when residue from dark beverages and tobacco use accumulate on the microscopic textures of your tooth enamel. If they’re not removed in a relatively short amount of time minor dental stains can start to saturate your teeth, leaving you with an embarrassingly yellow... Read more »

Untreated Periodontal Disease Can Lead to Tooth Loss

Failing to brush your teeth twice each day or forgetting to floss can leave a significant amount of bacterial matter in your mouth. This can eventually harden into tartar near the gumline, which increases your chances of suffering from periodontal disease. Without professional treatment from a dentist like Dr. Thi... Read more »

Why Flossing Is Important

Do you understand why flossing is important to your teeth? Do you think if you brush alone that your teeth are safe? Brushing and flossing are two factors that work hand-in-hand to clean your smile. Without one step, you are only cleaning part of your teeth. That is why Drs.... Read more »

Treatments for Your Smile: Chewing Gum

Did you know that chewing gum is known as an supplementary form of cleaning utensil? The truth is it can provide the ability to produce saliva within your mouth. Saliva is a naturally-occurring substance in your mouth that is beneficial for keeping your smile clean and free of debris. Not... Read more »

Dental Veneers Can Help Improve an Unattractive Smile

Cosmetic imperfections, chronic dental stains, and other defects on the teeth in the front of your mouth can leave you feeling self-conscious about your smile’s appearance. While these issues might not have any significant bearing on your oral function they can still hinder your natural sense of self-confidence. If you aren’t... Read more »

A Tooth Suffering from a Large Cavity Might Need a Dental Crown Restoration

The contours of your teeth can sometimes trap plaque, food particles, and other bacterial deposits. If you struggle to effectively clean these areas when brushing and flossing, the persistent bacterial presence can increase your chances of suffering a cavity in the tooth enamel. If you decide to skip one of your... Read more »