Dental Health Care Focus: Risky Food Avoidance

Are you aware that the foods you consume could be the cause of your oral problems? Food not only can discolor your teeth, it can also damage your tooth enamel, cause cavities, and cause physical damage to your teeth. Shielding your teeth and gums from harm begins by exercising caution and keeping track of everything… Read more »

Helpful Information About Dental Implants

Dr. Jupina and Dr. Makhani may suggest dental implants in , , if you are missing one or more permanent teeth. A dental implant is made up of a titanium post that is surgically placed into the jawbone and a dental restoration, like a dental crown. Dental implants are very popular because of their many… Read more »

Cavity Prevention Techniques

Are you in the habit of getting cavities? Want to change your ways? Here are some cavity-prevention techniques to keep your mouth safe from further danger. The first thing to do to prevent cavities is to limit a number of sugars in your diet. Most cavities are the result of enamel failure because of dental… Read more »

How to Maintain a Healthy Smile

Do you wish to maintain a healthy mouth and smile? If so, Dr. and our dental team at are thrilled to help you! There are things you can do regularly to achieve your smile goals. First, brush your teeth every morning and every night. It’s best to use a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste while… Read more »

Dental Sealants Can Provide Protection

If you would like an extra defense against cavities for your teeth or your child’s teeth, ask our dentist about dental sealants in , . Dental sealants are a thin material that is painted over the chewing surfaces of the back teeth, forming a protective shield. Sealants are a great choice for children and teens… Read more »

Did You Know That Chewing Gum Can Help Your Teeth?

Do you brush your pearly whites twice a day for two minutes? Do you floss daily and set up appointments with our dentist regularly? If so, good for you, but do you ever think there could be other steps you could take? For example, did you know that chewing gum could help you keep your… Read more »

Eating Disorders Destroy Your Body and Your Oral Health

Eating disorders harm you in more ways than you might realize, even though they might seem beneficial when it comes to losing weight. In fact, eating disorders completely destroy your body as well as your oral health. This is why it’s strongly encouraged to quit your eating disorder right away. It’s best to take care… Read more »

Chipped Teeth from Unprotected Athletics Need Professional Care

Athletes in contact sports are at increased risk of suffering sports injuries and oral trauma. One way to avoid dental damage is to wear a quality mouthguard during practice and games. Yet some athletes find that inferior mouthguards are uncomfortable and they will forgo using them when required. Should you suffer a blow to the… Read more »

Your Dental Checkup is Also a Good Time for a Fluoride Treatment

The American Dental Association recommends that you attend a routine dental checkup and cleaning twice each year. Along with a diligent daily oral hygiene routine, this is a critical element of maintaining good oral health. Every dental checkup administered at is designed to address and examine all the aspects of maintaining a healthy mouth. This… Read more »

Caring for Your Toothbrush

As you may already know, brushing and flossing your pearly whites are extremely important steps if you want to keep your teeth healthy and strong. Still, did you know that caring for your toothbrush is another thing you’ll need to do if you want to protect your oral health? First, it’s extremely important that you… Read more »