Oral Health Essentials: Dangerous Foods to Avoid

Have you ever asked yourself which substances in your meals you should be avoiding to keep your gum line safe? Usually, we know which foods and drinks can be hazardous to our weight, but we fail to take into consideration the effects dangerous food can have on our teeth. Improving your oral health care includes… Read more »

Restore Your Smile with a Set of CEREC® Dental Crowns

Are you looking for a set of dental crowns to turn your smile around? Restore your smile with a set of CEREC® dental crown. They can improve the look of your smile while also providing an additional layer of protection. They can also improve the functionality of broken and damaged teeth–in many cases restoring the… Read more »

What Is a Dental Sealant and How Can It Improve Your Oral Health?

A dental sealant is a tooth restoration treatment designed to protect your teeth from future damage by applying a special coating to your teeth that acts as a secondary level of protection over your natural tooth enamel. Dental sealants use special gels to apply the coating to your teeth, which is activated by specialized light… Read more »

Dental Bridges and You

Are you missing a tooth? There are several options for replacing one or two teeth side by side, one option is the dental bridge. Here are the details: A dental bridge is ideal for an area with a missing tooth (or two) where the teeth next to the gap have been weakened by loss of… Read more »

Freshen Your Breath with These Tips

There’s nothing much worse than realizing you have foul-smelling breath while in the midst of a social situation. Horrible timing, right? Who are we kidding? Bad breath is a common issue that dampens many of life’s social and romantic situations. But, with the help of Drs. Fisher & Bergevin, you can eliminate bad breath, which… Read more »

Improve Recovery Time with Effective Tooth Extraction Planning

Improve Recovery Time with Effective Tooth Extraction Planning Are you scheduled for an upcoming tooth extraction? If so, are you prepared for the challenges that may await, including resting heavily and ensuring your mouth can effectively heal properly? Improve recovery time with effective tooth extraction planning. Listed below are some common tips to help you:… Read more »

What to Do in the Event of an Oral Emergency

Do you know what to do in the event of an oral emergency? Oftentimes, oral emergencies are the result of accidents that occur to our mouths often unintentionally and in many cases, they are not easily preventable. However, preparing for any situation that may arise with your oral health is one of the key pillars… Read more »

Gingivitis Can Often Be Easily Treated and Prevented

It’s estimated by the American Dental Association that gum disease afflicts the oral health of 47 percent of people over the age of 30. Gingivitis is the earliest form of gum disease. It is often the result of bacterial-rich tartar hardening at the gumline. This causes inflammation in the sensitive gum tissues. Common symptoms include… Read more »

Impacted Wisdom Teeth Often Require Oral Surgery

Your wisdom teeth are technically third molars. They linger deep within the gums in the back of your mouth and usually start to emerge in late adolescence. Common symptoms include discomfort, pain, or a dull ache in the jaw muscles. Considering there is little room in the back of your mouth for these teeth to… Read more »

Dental Implants Can Make Missing Teeth a Thing of the Past

If you have suffered through an oral ailment that has left you with missing teeth, there are several services and treatments that can be used to give you back a full smile. Dental implants, dental bridges, and dentures are all excellent choice to restore what was lost. With dental implants, a permanent fix to your… Read more »