A Bad Filling Can Be Treated With a Dental Crown

Even though dental fillings are designed to repair teeth that suffered small areas of tooth decay and last a long time, they don’t last indefinitely. Over time, the bacteria in your mouth can affect the area where the filling meets the tooth enamel, which allows new tooth decay to develop on the tooth. One telltale sign of tooth decay is... read more »

Toothbrush Facts

There is a lot to know about your handy toothbrush. And, the more you know, the better! Our dentist, Dr. Ali Nia, is happy to teach you all about your oral hygiene tool so you can properly and effectively use it each day. Some facts about toothbrushes include: -It’s recommended to use a toothbrush that has soft bristles. This is... read more »

What You Need to Know About Dentures

What have you heard of about false teeth? Do you understand what they're made from or why they're fashioned? Do you recognize how to care for them? To help you wrap your mind around false teeth, we've prepared the following information for you. We hope that you find it enlightening. If you have any further questions about false teeth, please... read more »

What is Bruxism?

For lots of people, teeth grinding can be a serious problem. Also called bruxism, teeth grinding can wear and fracture chompers, and it can also develop major headaches and earaches as you sleep, leaving you with a nasty sensation when you awaken. It’s not a condition that should be ignored, but it is often left untreated. Fortunately, dental mouth guards... read more »

Keeping Your Mouth Clean: The Right Tools

Your oral hygiene habits are only as good as the tools you are using. Here is the rundown of the kinds of things you should be looking for in your dental hygiene tools.   Brush: Choose a soft-bristled toothbrush that has been approved by the American Dental Association. Make sure it is in the right shape and size for your... read more »

Dentistry Topic Data Blog: Pregnancy and Your Smile

With great privilege comes great responsibility. This statement couldn't be truer in regards to your pregnancy. If you are pregnant, it is important to exercise caution with all aspects of your life and improve any areas that may be in need of work. If you neglect your oral health care while pregnant, it can give rise to additional oral ailments.... read more »

The Tooth Fairy Helps Make Losing Teeth Less Scary

Your child should start losing their baby teeth around ages 6 or 7. This can be a frightening time for your child, especially if they have never lost a tooth before. Fortunately, there are things that can help your child feel more at ease when losing their teeth, and one of those things is the Tooth Fairy. The Tooth Fairy... read more »

Oral Health Care 101: Cavity Prevention

The formation of cavities on your teeth is a common yet serious oral health risk that we are subject to throughout our lives. Even though cavities are most common when we are young and when we are old, depending on your lifestyle, your cleaning methods, and your oral health care treatments, your risk can greatly change. Listed below are helpful... read more »

How to Get the Most Out of Your Six-Month Checkup

Do you want to have a successful and productive appointment when you come to Dentists 'R Us? If so, Dr. Ali Nia and our dental team have some tips for you! While going through the motions can still be beneficial, there are things you can do to make your visit even better. The first thing is to bring a list... read more »