Are There Really Different Types of Cavities?

All your life, you’ve heard your dentist, your parents and maybe even your teachers tell you to brush your teeth so you don’t get cavities. For most of us, there is only one kind of cavity: a hole-in-the-tooth kind of cavity. Would you be surprised to find out that there are three major kinds of cavities? You may be wondering... read more »

Dental Dream Makers: Toothache Treatments

To lower your risks associated with poor oral hygiene, you should visit our dentist to assess your oral health and determine if you have any susceptibilities or vulnerabilities. Furthermore, if you notice anything abnormal or irregular about your smile or experience any potential harm to your teeth, make sure you visit our dentist to look for any signs of toothaches.... read more »

Oral Health for the New Age: Emergency Dental Care

A common oral health risk that many people experience at least once in their lives is experiencing a dental emergency. Oral emergencies happen when your mouth suffers immediate damage, which can arise from blunt trauma, accidents or even the foods you eat. Below, we have provided a list of common accidents and injuries that can lead to oral emergencies, and... read more »

How to Reduce Your Chances of Tooth Loss

If you don’t take proper care of your smile, you could suffer tooth loss. There are several factors that could contribute to the loss of your teeth. If you want to maintain a natural and healthy smile for a lifetime, then you need to take care of your teeth and gums. To help you do so, our dentist, Dr. Sheldon... read more »

How to Prevent Cavities

Are you interested in keeping cavities at bay? If so, good for you! Cavities are a serious and dangerous dental issue that should be avoided at all costs. Cavities form when plaque and sugars create acids that attack the teeth. This wears down tooth enamel and underlying layers. If you’re not careful, cavities can even result in the loss of... read more »

Oral Health Care Year in Review: Teenage Dentistry

The teen years are some of the most important years for your oral health. Not only are the last of your adult teeth growing in, but numerous habits and peer pressures arise that can greatly influence your oral health. In order to ensure your smile can thrive for the rest of your life, you need to make sure you're practicing... read more »

Learn all About a Variety of Dental Treatments Here

Are you interested in knowing more about some of our dental treatments? If so, you have come to the right blog. Today, our dentist, Dr. Sheldon Kupferman, is happy to teach you about some of the most commonly used dental treatments that help many patients achieve their smile and oral health goals. Those treatments are: -Dental fillings: Dental fillings are... read more »

Focus Your Oral Health Care on Root Canal Therapy

Always be mindful of the damage that can easily arise in your teeth. If your precious tooth enamel, which is the thin layer on top of your teeth that prevents damage to the inner workings of a tooth, is damaged, the inner linings of the root and pulp could be vulnerable. The pulp contains the inner workings of a tooth,... read more »

What Type of Filling is Best for My Cavity?

Cavities do not go away on their own. If a cavity is left untreated, you could lose the tooth, or develop an infection that will be painful and could have a serious effect on your health. You may try to ignore a cavity for a while, but at some point, it will need to be treated by a dentist. The... read more »

Oral Health Treatments: Dental Veneers

Have you ever heard of dental veneers? Although the term may seem foreign to you, chances are you have seen them at some point in your life. Many actors, actresses, and celebrities are known for undergoing dental veneer treatment to give them what we often refer to as a movie star smile. With dental veneers, you too can have a... read more »