A Removable Partial Can Replace the Presence of Multiple Teeth Lost

Gum disease starts out as a mild gum inflammation, which is known as gingivitis. Without timely treatment, the bacterial presence will gradually advance into the more serious gum infection known as periodontitis. This can cause your gums to gradually recede from your teeth, allowing an infection to form near the roots of multiple teeth. This… Read more »

Can Brushing Your Teeth Guarantee Optimum Oral Health?

Can brushing your teeth guarantee optimum oral health? Brushing your teeth is an amazing oral health care habit to combat tooth decay and gum disease, but unfortunately, it is not enough. Brushing cannot effectively remove food debris and plaque buildup between teeth, which instead must be done with an interdental tool such as dental floss…. Read more »

How Dental Crown Placement Works

If one of your teeth becomes damaged or badly decayed, Dr. Kang and Dr. Cho may recommend a dental crown in , , to return your tooth to its former glory. A dental crown is a custom-made cap that is placed over a tooth to restore its strength, shape, size, and appearance. A dental crown… Read more »

Extreme Halitosis and Its Causes

Do you suffer from halitosis? Halitosis, also known as bad breath, can be caused by a variety of issues, including the foods you eat, the hygiene habits you keep, and even disease in your body. Sometimes bad breath can be cured with a simple cleansing agent whereas other times it requires a full treatment of… Read more »

Protecting Young Teeth With Dental Sealants

The importance of good oral hygiene can be difficult for a child to grasp. Brushing and flossing are unfamiliar to children and there are spots they can easily overlook. The cracks and crevices in the teeth that children are missing while brushing and flossing can begin to develop tooth decay. This is why it’s not… Read more »

Aging and Dental Health

Caring for your teeth and gums is an activity that takes a lifetime. As we age, our teeth and gums become weaker and weaker, so our oral health care must constantly improve as well. However, sometimes our teeth simply cannot survive any longer, and tooth replacement options such as dentures are needed. Regardless of your… Read more »

Dental Avulsion Requires Immediate Treatment and First Aid

Suffering a dental avulsion, which is also known as having a tooth knocked out, is often such a traumatic event that it requires immediate first aid and treatment. While you are waiting for your emergency appointment at , there are a few things you can do to ease pain and improve treatment options. To that… Read more »

A Tooth with a Large Cavity Might Need a Crown Restoration

A cavity can occur when the natural bacteria living in your mouth exploit an area of weakened tooth enamel. This is even more likely to occur if you struggle to maintain good oral hygiene. If a cavity grows too large, your dentist, Dr. , might not be able to repair it with a dental filling…. Read more »

A Tooth Lost to Untreated Decay Can Often Be Replaced with a Bridge

Large cavities can have a significant negative impact on the health of a tooth. Without timely treatment, the tooth decay can spread to compromise a large amount of tooth enamel. In time, it could decay so much of the tooth that it results in total tooth loss. To restore the tooth’s presence and function in… Read more »

Fall in Love With Your Dental Bridge Smile Restoration

Everyone loves a smile, and everyone wants to have their own perfect smile. Fall in love with your own dental bridge smile restoration. wants to help you get the smile you’ve been waiting for.   With a dental bridge restoration, you can fill out your facial structure, smile regularly, eat healthier, and speak more clearly…. Read more »