These Foods Can Harm Your Teeth

Did you know, poor food choices can bring harm to your teeth? Well, it’s true! If you eat foods dangerous to your teeth, your oral health could pay the price. However, many foods people are not aware of can bring harm to your teeth. That is why our team is happy to help you understand which foods can harm your... read more »

Facts About Dental Fillings

Would you like to know all about dental fillings? If so, you have come to the right blog! Dental fillings are top-notch dental restorations that can help you and your smile in a myriad of ways. To tell you all about dental fillings, our dentist, Dr. Paul Tetting, is happy to share some facts. Those facts are: -There are many... read more »

The Answers to Questions About Electric Toothbrushes

Electric toothbrushes are handy oral hygiene tools that take brushing to the next level. Because there are many different types of electric toothbrushes in the world today, many questions are asked. If you have questions about electric toothbrushes, then our dentists, Dr. Paul R. Tetting and Dr. Faith L. Tetting, are happy to help you find the answers. To do... read more »

Information About Dental Sealants

In order to protect you or a loved one’s smile, it is always a good idea to set forth preventative treatment plans before any damage has occurred. One highly effective tooth prevention treatment option to consider is a dental sealant. Dental sealants go on strong and consist of thin, yet durable coatings painted on the chewing surfaces of teeth that... read more »

Oral Health Keys: Dental Floss

With all the chewy and sticky treats that abound during the holiday season, it is important that you're practicing safe and effective oral health care in the form of flossing. No matter if you are flossing with threaded floss or an interdental cleaner such as a water flosser, it is important to make sure you're using the proper techniques. For... read more »

Relevant Guidelines Concerning Teeth Whitening Systems

One of the most requested treatments in dentistry is the desire for whiter teeth. Typically, people want to have as white teeth as possible, with zero signs of any stains or discolorations. However, oral health care treatments such as brushing and flossing are designed to keep your mouth safe, and not so much to improve the color of them. Fortunately,... read more »

Tips on How to Have a Strong and Healthy Smile During Fall Sports

You deserve a top-notch smile and oral health. Unfortunately, there are many things that can threaten your teeth and gums and cause dental issues as well as oral injury, and one of those things is participating in sports—if you’re not careful. If you would like a strong and healthy smile while you play fall sports, our dentist, Paul Tetting, has... read more »

Preparing Your Smile for Tooth Extractions

Are you ready to take the steps necessary to prepare your smile and your life for post-extraction recovery? Is your house or place of residence ready to suit your recovery needs? The more you can do to prepare yourself, the sooner you can recover. This includes removing all bad habits from your life that can hinder the progress of a... read more »

The Facts of Oral Hygiene: TMJs

Is your entire mouth getting the treatment it needs to thrive? The joints in your jaw, the temporomandibular joints, also known as TMJs, are crucial for proper oral health functionality. If your TMJs are damaged, a TMJ disorder will arise, which can hinder your eating, speaking, and chewing skills. For additional tips to treat or prevent TMJ disorders, consider the... read more »