By now you may have already seen the value of daily oral hygiene when it comes to maintaining a healthy mouth with strong teeth and gums. Brushing your teeth at least twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush combined with a fluoride toothpaste and flossing in between the teeth and... Read more »
A smile says a lot about a person. In fact, a smile is one of the first things people will notice about you when they meet you for the first time. So that’s why so many people put an emphasis on making their smile dazzling, right? If you said yes,... Read more »
When you chip a tooth, it’s normal to be freaked out. After all, a chipped tooth really puts a dent in your smile. Plus, it hurts, and there’s a legitimate risk of infection of a chipped tooth. But in all reality, it’s likely you’ll worry more about restoring your tooth.... Read more »
The loss of a tooth can cause a lot of uncertainty and decreased oral function. Even if you have adapted to the reduced function and any changes in the appearance of your smile that developed as a result, it can leave a gap in your mouth that may result in... Read more »
Athletic injuries and accidental blows to the mouth caused by a fall in the home can sometimes damage soft oral tissues and gums. In these moments you might need to apply some simple oral first aid while you seek professional treatment. If the soft tissue trauma has caused minor bleeding,... Read more »
The contours of your teeth can sometimes trap stray food particles and plaque buildup. If these bacterial deposits are not removed by your daily oral hygiene routine, they could increase your chances of suffering a cavity on one of your teeth. Early symptoms of tooth decay develop could include discomfort... Read more »
Are you looking to enhance your smile by providing pain relievers before your oral health care treatments? Did you know that several different forms of sedatives can be used to help improve your smile and lower your risk of various pains and discomforts you may feel during your oral health... Read more »
Your tooth enamel is very important. In fact, it’s an essential part of your smile that can help your oral health in a myriad of ways. To help you know all about tooth enamel in Roseville, California, our dentist, Dr. Hoang Truong, would like to share some tooth enamel facts... Read more »
Gum disease is a very dangerous dental issue that should be taken very seriously. In fact, it’s one of the most dangerous dental issues in the world today. This disease has two stages. The first stage is gingivitis and the symptoms include red, swollen and tender gums that bleed easily.... Read more »
Did you know your bad breath can be treated? In fact, bad breath that is persistent is also known as halitosis, which is hard to mask behind breath mints and gum. That is why it is always best to face your halitosis and find treatments that can work with you.... Read more »