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Cavity Prevention Tips

Root Canal Myth Busters

Test Your Toothbrush Knowledge with This Toothbrush Quiz

Don’t Forget About the Benefits of Mouthwash

Dental Cleanings and Exams: Tips For a Successful Appointment

The Truth About Aging and Your Teeth

The Facts About Avoiding Oral Care

Why Mouthguards Are Important

How to Keep Your Teeth in Tip-Top Shape this Thanksgiving

Tinnitus: TMJ Disorder

Cavity Prevention Tips

Stopping cavities is one of our dentist’s main goals, as cavities can often lead to several other oral health issues. Cavities are one of the most common dental issue we deal with, and it seems like almost everyone will need to get a cavity filled at one point in their life. If you’re serious about never needing a filling, you... read more »

Root Canal Myth Busters

If you aren’t familiar with how a root canal procedure is performed, it’s easy to be anxious about it. There are many common misconceptions about endodontic treatment. These myth busters can help set you at ease: Myth: Root Canals are painful. Busted: On the contrary, root canals are designed to permanently remove pain caused by the diseased tissues of the... read more »

Test Your Toothbrush Knowledge with This Toothbrush Quiz

Your oral hygiene routine is vital for a strong and successful oral health. However, it’s not very beneficial if you don’t know all about the proper tools and techniques to use to keep your teeth and gums in tip-top shape. So, it’s time to make sure you have the knowledge you need to effectively care for your smile. Our dentist,... read more »

Don’t Forget About the Benefits of Mouthwash

Brush twice a day, floss once a day. These are common and universal rules of oral hygiene. But what about mouthwash? While not a substitute for brushing and flossing, mouthwash can be a good addition to the oral hygiene routine of some people. All mouthwashes help your mouth by physically removing small food particles and washing them away from the... read more »

Dental Cleanings and Exams: Tips For a Successful Appointment

Your dental cleanings and checkups can help your smile and oral health in many ways. But did you know there are things you can do to make your appointment even more efficient, effective, and beneficial? Well, it's true and Dr. Eric Goldberg and our dental team are happy to tell you all about them. First, deeply scrub your teeth before... read more »

The Truth About Aging and Your Teeth

As we age, it becomes more important to keep our bodies healthy and strong. The same is true for our oral health. Did you know there is a link to your oral health that connects to your overall health? If you keep your oral health in great shape, you can bypass many oral threats on your smile. That is why... read more »

The Facts About Avoiding Oral Care

As you may already know, there are quite a few things you might be able to do to keep your pearly whites healthy and strong. For example, you may already be aware that it’s important for you to floss and brush your teeth every day. Conversely, you may also know that you should visit our dentist at least twice a... read more »

Why Mouthguards Are Important

Do you strive to keep your teeth healthy and strong? Do you brush twice every day for two minutes at a time? Do you floss, visit your dentist regularly, and use mouthwash? Do you ever wonder if there’s anything else you could consider doing? While doing each of these things is important, did you know that wearing a mouthguard can... read more »

How to Keep Your Teeth in Tip-Top Shape this Thanksgiving

Did you know that Thanksgiving can alter your oral health and set you back when trying to achieve your smile goals? Well, it’s true. This holiday can put your teeth and gums in danger, whether you like it or not, so it’s important to take good care of your smile this Thanksgiving. You can do so by doing the following... read more »

Tinnitus: TMJ Disorder

Have you ever had a strange sound in your ears, such as a ringing, buzzing, hissing, chirping, or whistling? If you have, you’re far from alone, though the severity of the sound can vary. This sound may actually be the result of a condition commonly referred to as tinnitus. Many people notice the noise throughout the day, but especially when... read more »