A Dental Filling Can Prevent Tooth Wear From Forming a Cavity

Time and age can cause the structure of your jaw to undergo structural changes that cause minor deviations in alignment–this is especially likely if you have experienced the loss of one or more teeth without receiving a dental restoration. Changes in dental alignment can cause the teeth to rub together and wear away the tooth… Read more »

Tips on How to Help Your Child Avoid Dental Issues

Do you wish there was a way to keep your child’s smile safe from dental problems? If so, our dentist, Dr. Lonnie Anderson, is happy to grant your wish! Today on our blog, he is happy to discuss the things you can do to keep your child’s teeth and gums free from tooth decay, gum… Read more »

Dental Tips Vital to Oral Health on Aging and Dental Health

Never be afraid to implement newer and more efficient oral health care routines into your day-to-day life. By adjusting your oral health care schedule, you can make sure your teeth can remain strong and healthy for a lifetime of oral health happiness. Furthermore, you can lower risk associated with aging both for your gum line… Read more »

A Dental Bridge Might Be Able to Replace an Untreatable Knocked Out Tooth

It’s estimated that significant dental trauma befalls nearly five million people each year. In many cases where a tooth is knocked out, shattered, or broken at the gumline, the damage might be too severe for a highly trained dentist to treat it with endodontic therapy. In a case this severe, our team will likely need… Read more »

The Cornerstones of Halitosis Treatments & Prevention

If you are suffering from bad breath, it is important to have it treated as soon as possible. However, simple treatments such as daily cleaning utensils may not be enough depending on the cause of your bad breath. If you’re suffering from something you’re eating or poor oral hygiene, it is important to make sure… Read more »

People Without Daily Access to Fluoridated Water Might Benefit from Fluoride Supplements

The mineral density of your tooth enamel gives your teeth the hardness to bite, chew, and process food, while also helping to resist the development of dental caries and other tooth decay complications. To help people maintain strong and healthy teeth, many municipalities add trace amounts of fluoride to their water supply. This helps bolster… Read more »

Are Your Teeth Getting Clean?

The holidays are just around the corner. Is your smile ready for them? The parties, the photos, the in-laws you haven’t seen in a year?  Well, we are here to help! The first way to improve your smile is to brush up on your brushing techniques. You should be brushing twice a day, for 2… Read more »

How Can I Have a Top-Notch Fall Smile?

Fall is a great time of year, especially because the weather is changing and the holidays are quickly approaching. It’s also a great time of year to think of your smile and oral health. If possible, it’s best to make sure you have strong and healthy teeth and gums this fall. This can help you… Read more »

Flossing Basics to Help Your Teeth

We all know that brushing your teeth twice a day is important. It is vital to your continued oral health. However, it is beneficial to support your brushing habit with regular, daily flossing. Flossing is a kind of interdental cleaning, in which you remove plaque and food debris from in between your teeth. Pretty self-explanatory,… Read more »

You Need to See a Dentist If Your Dental Bridge Feels Loose

Dental bridge restorations are often performed at Lonnie A. Anderson, DDS to replace the void left by a missing tooth. This single piece of dental work is typically crafted from durable dental materials meant to rival the inherent strength of natural tooth enamel. After it has been created in a dental lab, Dr. Lonnie Anderson… Read more »