Dental Sealants Can Help Prevent Cavities from Developing on Your Back Teeth

Preserving the health of the premolars and molars in the back of your mouth is very important. These large teeth often have deep textures in the tooth enamel of their biting surface. This helps them to work together to chew and grind the tough foods you eat. If food material and bacterial deposits become trapped… Read more »

A Knocked-Out Tooth Might Need to be Prepared for a Bridge Restoration

When a tooth is knocked out of the socket by a sports injury or an accidental blow to the face, the pain can be severe and the dental trauma will require immediate treatment at the dental practice of in , . Some simple first aid methods can help manage the pain and assess the severity of… Read more »

Save Your Smile with Improved Oral Hygiene Habits

Save your smile with improved oral hygiene habits. Although you may be doing everything you can to keep your teeth and gums clean, small changes in your routine can lead to huge results. Even changing out your toothbrush regularly can impact your oral health. Because brushing your teeth is so important, work on what you… Read more »

Simple Habits Can Help Prevent Dental Accidents and Oral Injuries

Oral injuries are an unfortunate part of life that can befall any one of us. While it’s impossible to completely prevent one from occurring to you or a loved one, there are things you can do to reduce your chances. To help you, Dr. offers the following tips. While it might seem mundane, you should… Read more »

Signs & Risks of Gum Disease

Gum disease is an infection that attacks the gums and tissues that surround and support the teeth. This infection is a major cause of tooth loss in adults. Gum disease is usually painless, so you may not know that you have it. However, there are some warning signs of this disease, including: – Gums that… Read more »

Is Dental Floss Giving You Problems? No Worries, Switch to a Water Flosser!

Is dental floss giving you problems? No worries, switch to a water flosser! Water flossing is an excellent alternative interdental cleaning method to dental floss and can be highly effective in many situations. For a deep clean between teeth and a product that can effectively wash away harmful acids and plaque, a water flosser is… Read more »

Amalgam Fillings Can Repair Modest-Sized Cavities

Inconsistencies in your daily oral hygiene routine can embolden the natural bacteria living in your mouth to exploit tooth enamel. Fortunately, early detection of a cavity will allow Dr. Nicoletti and Dr. Feit to repair it with a dental filling. The treatment process starts with a thorough examination of the tooth to determine the extent… Read more »

If You Need Brighter Teeth, Try a Professional Teeth Whitening at Our Office

Your teeth are very important. We understand that. Not only do your teeth help in eating delicious food, they also help you make great first impressions. Stained teeth shouldn’t be allowed to put a damper on your smile. This is why you owe it to yourself to have a professional teeth whitening treatment done by… Read more »

Understanding Your Dental Floss Options

An effective daily oral hygiene routine is founded on brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing your teeth each evening. Preferably, you want to floss your teeth after you are done eating for the night to make sure your teeth are free from food matter throughout your sleep cycle. It’s also worth noting that… Read more »

Severe Gum Disease Can Be Prevented

Gum disease is the inflammation or infection of the gum tissues. The American Dental Association estimates that up to 47 percent of adults over the age of 30 struggle with some form of periodontal disease. It’s primarily caused by hardened tartar at the gumline; however, habits, like tobacco use, and certain medical conditions, like diabetes,… Read more »