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The Facts About Avoiding Oral Care

Seek Immediate Treatment for a Missing Filling

How to Use a Tongue Scraper

Is Halitosis Cramping Your Smile?

A Few Things You Didn’t Know About Cavities

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 »

Seek Immediate Treatment for a Missing Filling

Every filling Dr. Eric Goldberg applies, is designed to repair a cavity or general area of tooth decay for a long time to come. That being said, no filling is going to be impervious to the passage of time. As the years go by, general wear and tear and the pervasive bacteria in your mouth can start to compromise the... read more »

How to Use a Tongue Scraper

How hard do you work to keep your teeth healthy and strong? If you would like to learn more about what you could do to keep your teeth healthy and strong, we recommend thinking about using a tongue scraper. While it may not seem like keeping your tongue clean will help you keep your teeth strong, bacteria on your tongue... read more »

Is Halitosis Cramping Your Smile?

Halitosis is an oral condition that can happen to anyone for a variety of reasons. Depending on the cause there are things you and your dentist can do to improve your breath. Read on to find out why your breath might smell and what you can do about it! Common Causes of Halitosis Improper Cleaning: Brushing and flossing every day... read more »

A Few Things You Didn’t Know About Cavities

Keeping up on dental health helps to prevent tooth decay. When acids from plaque bacteria attack tooth enamel, a hole can eventually form that is a cavity. Daily cleaning plaque from teeth helps to prevent cavities from forming, but here are a few more things about cavities that you may not have known. Cavities are most common in children and... read more »