Signs You Need to See a Dentist

It is recommended that you go and see your dentist at least twice a year, even if you brush and floss your teeth regularly. The visits are important, as the examinations and professional cleanings you receive can help maintain healthy teeth and gums. However, you may find it necessary to see your dentist more frequently if you are suffering from certain dental complications.

The Ultimate Flossing Guide

The Ultimate Flossing Guide

Flossing every day is a necessary part of an effective oral health routine. Along with brushing, it is essential for preventing signs of gum disease by removing plaque and food bits from between your teeth and along the gum line. However, it is important that you use the right technique. Our guide can help get you started.

The Importance of Proper Dental Care for Your Pets

Many pet owners don’t realize the importance of caring for their dog’s or cat’s teeth and gums at home. As a dog owner myself, I understand how difficult it can be trying to brush even occasionally for our furry friends. Because of this, the American Veterinary Medical Association estimates that approximately 70 percent of companion animals have some form of oral health disease by the time they reach age three.

Aftercare for Tooth Extractions: What You Need to Know

Getting a tooth extracted is sometimes a necessary part of maintaining your oral health. A tooth that is badly decayed can become infected and negatively impact the surrounding teeth and soft tissues of your mouth. In other cases, your dentist may have to remove a tooth to resolve severe crowding issues. Whatever the reason is necessitating the extraction,

How Long Do Fillings Last?

How Long Do Fillings Last?

It’s a common misconception that dental fillings last for the remainder of a patient’s lifetime. While they can last for many years, longevity depends most importantly on how well you take care of your teeth, but can also depend on the type of material your dentist uses for the filling. At Brewery District Dental,

Aging and Dental Health

Aging and Dental Health

Your oral health has a significant impact on your quality of life and has a key role in how comfortably you can smile, speak and eat. As you get older, the responsibilities that come with taking care of your dental health do not go away. In fact, it may become more important than ever to focus on your dental health because your mouth will change as you age.