How to Keep Your Teeth in Tip-Top Shape When You Have an Eating Disorder

Eating disorders are severely dangerous for your overall health. They are also dangerous for your oral health and smile. Little did you know, they can destroy your teeth and gums. To eliminate these issues, it’s best to quit the disorder altogether. Until you can do so, it’s important to do all you can to keep… Read more »

Tooth Discoloration and Your Smile

Are you experiencing tooth discoloration in your smile? If so, take heart. You can work to prevent this discoloration while still enjoying your favorite foods. Dr. Howard Glassman and Dr. Peter Nghiem in , know that you might not be willing to give up your daily cup of coffee or cranberry juice with breakfast even… Read more »

What Are the 5 Stages of Cavities?

You may already know that cavities and tooth decay are fairly serious problems. Similarly, you may be aware that it’s vital to get your cavities filled as soon as possible. However, do you know exactly what causes cavities to form or what you could do to prevent cavities? As you may already know, you’ll need… Read more »

Why Dental Implants Make Healthy Smile Replacements

Whether you have lost one tooth or several, your self-confidence and oral health will suffer. You may be feeling self-conscious when you smile, and your surrounding teeth might shift out of place if the gap is left untreated. Dr. Howard Glassman and Dr. Peter Nghiem at are here to help you restore your healthy, confident… Read more »

The Many Benefits of Brushing Your Chompers

Your teeth need daily cleaning and care. This is why it’s important to brush your teeth twice a day, preferably every morning and every night. Brushing can help you maintain a top-notch oral health and smile. In fact, brushing can: –Remove plaque: Maintaining a strong and healthy smile involves removing the plaque from your teeth… Read more »

A Modest-Sized Cavity Can Often Be Treated with a Simple Filling

Here at , Dr. understands that the appearance of your smile is very important to you. When a cavity forms on one of your front teeth, the visible impact can be unsightly. The material Dr. recommends for the filling will be based on the location of the cavity, the primary function of the tooth and… Read more »

Sweets to Avoid During the Season of Love

Caring for your teeth is a lifetime habit that requires small amounts of discretion at times. If you find yourself skipping your daily habits one day, it could soon turn into a daily occurrence and lead to devastating consequences for your teeth every day. Don’t let your oral health care fall into disrepair. Protect your… Read more »

Taking Care of Your Dental Veneers

If you aren’t happy with the appearance of your teeth, don’t forget to consider the benefits of dental veneers. Veneers are thin shells placed over your natural teeth. These shells are made to match the color of your teeth and to cover imperfections such as gaps, chips, and spots on your pearly whites. While your… Read more »

Start the New Year with Fresh Breath

Do you deal with chronic bad breath? Does every solution you try never really seem to work? Or if it does, does it only work for a short time during the day? If any of those questions described you, then you need to pay attention. Our team here at in , , has a few… Read more »

How Chewing Gum Affects Your Teeth

Do you ever wonder if something you enjoy doing is good or bad for your teeth? For instance, do you ever wonder if chewing gum could actually damage your smile? Would you be surprised to learn that chewing gum could actually hurt your teeth–and that chewing gum can also have a number of benefits? Many… Read more »