Unhealthy Treats That Many People Eat

Did you know, some foods can be a threat to your oral health? Yes, it’s true! Many foods can spur on tooth decay or crack your teeth causing intense pain. As a result, it is always ideal to keep in mind the foods that can damage your teeth, so you... Read more »

How is Your Lifestyle Affecting Your Cavity Risk?

Do you frequently experience issues such as dental erosion or have you noticed that your teeth have small holes? These could be signs of tooth decay, especially if your dental habits are not ideal. Below are some recommendations to ensure your dental hygiene and lifestyle habits are effective enough for... Read more »

A Damaged Dental Bridge Needs to Be Treated

A dental bridge is often the preferred choice for patients who have recently lost a tooth. The durable materials used in its construction can rival or even exceed the hardness of natural tooth enamel. Yet, there are still some scenarios where enough force can be exerted to chip, fracture or... Read more »

Oral Health Outliers: Diabetes and Your Smile

If you're suffering from diabetes, it is important to let your dentist know. This is because diabetes affects your body's ability to process sugar correctly. If there are any issues associated with high blood sugar levels or any other blood sugar issues and deficiencies, it can cause problems for several... Read more »

A Damaged Partial Denture Needs to Be Addressed

Your new partial denture helps to replicate the essential function and appearance of your missing teeth. This removable oral appliance incorporates a pink base that helps hold it to your existing gum structure. Some partial dentures also include small hardware components to connect with the adjacent natural teeth. Even though... Read more »

Scaling and Root Planing Can Help Your Gums Regain Health

If you have been diagnosed with gum disease, our dentist may recommend a deep cleaning procedure known as scaling and root planing. This treatment is intended to lessen the effects of gum disease and remove the bacteria that is weakening your gums. The purpose of scaling and root planing is... Read more »

What are the Differences Between Over-the-Counter Whitening at Professional At-Home Whitening?

If you are interested in whitening your smile, then you should consider a teeth whitening treatment! Teeth whitening is a great way to eliminate the stains on your enamel and achieve the attractive smile you desire. Fortunately, there are many treatment options available. Today, our dentist, Dr. Hiroshi Saka, is... Read more »

Learning Oral Health Facts on Dental Crowns

If you wish to dramatically enhance your smile with a tooth restoration, it is important to first consider the oral health care needs and what treatments are available. Furthermore, if you are looking for a tooth restoration to assist you with any broken or damaged teeth not only to repair... Read more »

Teach Your Smile New Tricks: Dental Bonding

  If you're looking for a way to drastically enhance your smile without the use of oral health care cleaning utensils, a tooth restoration may be your best chance. If you need a cosmetic dentistry procedure, cosmetic dentistry treatments such as dental bonding can apply materials directly to the surfaces... Read more »

A Damaged Dental Veneer Needs to Be Seen by a Dentist

Dental veneers are commonly used in cosmetic dental restorations to help improve the surface of a tooth that appears in the smile. They are often used to address chronic dental issues or minor physical defects to the tooth’s enamel layer. The special dental grade porcelain material used for creating dental... Read more »