Would You Benefit From Root Canal Treatment?

The thin but durable layer of tooth enamel on your teeth makes them one of the strongest substances in your body. In fact, there are no harder tissues in your body than the translucent, mineralized substance that is tooth enamel. However, your teeth are still vulnerable to dangers such as decay and injury. If a… Read more »

Dental Tips Vital to Oral Health on Tooth Hazard Prevention

  Are you aware of all the tooth hazards present in sweets and treats as well as drinks that you consume on a daily basis? Do you know how they could potentially damage your smile and what you can do to keep your smile safe? If you’re not aware, several tooth hazards can exist at… Read more »

Preserving Your Temporary Dental Crown

While you’re waiting on your permanent dental crown to be fashioned in the dental workshop, we will fit you with a non-permanent crown. Because temporary crowns are not permanent, there are a few things you should do to ensure they’re staying seated in your mouth, keeping your unprotected tooth safe. One thing we make sure… Read more »

Solving the Issue of Sensitive Teeth

You may have felt a sudden stab of pain, or twinge or tingle when you eat or drink something cold, hot or sweet. That may be an indicator of sensitive teeth. Sensitive teeth can be caused by a number of things, such as a cavity, a cracked tooth, a loss of tooth enamel, gum disease,… Read more »

Taking Care of Your Dental Work

If you have minor, or even major damage to your smile, there are a number of ways to repair or replace your teeth. Crowns, bonds and veneers can conceal damage and correct stains on your teeth. Implants and dental bridges and dentures can replace teeth that you have lost. Of course, fillings can restore a… Read more »

Enhance Your Fall Smile with Dental Fillings

As the fall season comes our way, it is important to make sure you’re taking the necessary steps to protect your teeth and gums. This includes effective cavity prevention. If you fail at the task of preventing cavities, consider a tooth restoration treatment such as a dental filling to restore your tooth. With all the… Read more »

What Are the Links Between Medications and Your Oral Health?

Although medications are highly effective for treating ailments within your body or recovering from procedures, there are times when the side effects can lead to or worsen existing symptoms. Within Dentistry, medications may give rise to symptoms capable of increasing your risk for tooth decay and gum disease. Have you ever heard of dry mouth?… Read more »

How Dental Bridges Help Your Smile

Do you have a missing tooth? If left alone, a missing tooth could continue to damage your smile by inviting other issues, such as jaw bone weakening and infections. For optimum oral health, fill in the void as soon as possible! A dental bridge is a common tooth replacement service, used to fill empty gaps… Read more »

How Whitening Gel Can Help Your Smile Compared to Whitening Strips

If you’re interested in whitening your smile, you need to do your research. Fortunately, there are many whitening options available, and each treatment can affect your smile differently. So, the more you know, the more success you might find with a treatment. To help you, our dentist, Dr. , is happy to tell you about… Read more »

The Fundamentals of CEREC®

CEREC® technology is ideal for individuals who want to fix broken and damaged teeth without replacing them. Thanks to CEREC, dental damage to your teeth can be corrected to give you an appealing smile. Dr. Robert P. Sherman can provide you with a crown, veneer, inlay, or onlay, for your smile restoration. Because these porcelain… Read more »