How to Recognize Weak Enamel

Have you heard that your enamel—which is the protective outer layer of your teeth—is actually the hardest substance in your body? Even though your enamel is extremely strong, it can still be damaged. Fortunately, there are a few signs you can look for, and a number of things you could do to keep your enamel healthy and strong. The first... read more »

Dealing with Discolored Teeth

There are many things that can influence the luster of your smile. In fact, even something as innocent and unstoppable as aging can dull your teeth. Other factors, like some foods, a few beverages, particular medications, and overexposure to fluoride can do the same. Generally, these problems can be overcome by something as simple as professional whitening. However, if one... read more »

The Beginner’s Guide to Toothpaste

Your teeth, just like any other part of your body, are special and unique to you. When it comes to your toothpaste, you should always find toothpaste that will work well with your unique teeth. Today our team is going to give you the details on three toothpastes and why one might be what your teeth are looking for. Fluoride... read more »

What Causes Tooth Sensitivity?

The inside of your tooth holds a soft pulp tissue which contains the nerve of the tooth. This is surrounded by a material called dentin, which is further surrounded by cementum at the tooth root and enamel at the crown. When the dentin is exposed, the tooth becomes sensitive. Here are a few ways sensitive teeth develop. Enamel Loss Enamel... read more »