Adult Smiles are Still Vulnerable to Cavities

Do you think your adult smile is indestructible? If so, you are off base. Even though we all wish it was true, our smiles are still vulnerable to dental issues, even tooth decay. However, there are things you can do regularly to keep your oral health in tip-top shape and prevent cavities, and Dr. Jacob Shrayman is more than happy... read more »

Chewing Gum and Your Smile

As crazy as it sounds, chewing gum may indeed help protect your teeth from cavities. On its exterior, the idea of chewing on something to increase your oral health may seem illogical, but it does have its perks. Nevertheless, if you suffer from any jaw condition such as TMD, chewing gum should not be used. Sugarless gum is designed to... read more »

Professional Diagnosis and Treatment May Be Needed for Tooth Sensitivity Relief

Tooth sensitivity is a somewhat common problem for millions of Americans. While some people might find temporary relief by brushing with a specially formulated toothpaste, this should not be seen as an effective long-term treatment solution. Many times, tooth sensitivity is linked to another oral health issue that could need professional diagnosis and treatment before it escalates. To better help... read more »

What’s the Deal with Tartar?

If you’ve heard all the commercials and seen all the ads about certain dental products supposedly offering a way to battle tartar, but don’t know what the fuss about tartar is, you’re not alone. A lot of people don’t know what tartar is, how it affects oral health, or perhaps more importantly, why you need to worry about it. That’s... read more »

Frighten Away Cavities Today!

Don’t leave your smile in spooky condition. Come in for a dental cleaning today and protect your smile from frightening predators like cavities and gum disease. Too often people neglect their oral health leading to dangerous effects, which is why our team is happy to explain how dental cleanings can help you especially during this Halloween season. Dental cleanings are... read more »

How to Help Your Oral Health Through Acid Reflux

Gastroesophageal reflux disease, which is more commonly known as acid reflux disease, can cause more problems than simply upsetting your stomach. In fact, did you know that acid reflux can actually hurt your oral health? Sadly, GERD (the abbreviation for acid reflux) causes stomach acid to back up into your esophagus and sometimes into your mouth. This can be problematic... read more »