Smile Therapy: Enamel Erosion Treatments

One of the common ailments that can arise in regard to an individual’s oral health care is enamel erosion. Enamel erosion has numerous causes which can slowly deteriorate your smile. This is because harmful acids will eat through your tooth enamel and leave you susceptible to cavities and eventual tooth loss. In order to keep your smile safe, set forth... read more »

You Should Not Ignore Symptoms of a Newly Developing Cavity

Ideally, your daily oral hygiene routine and your regular dental checkups with our dentists, Dr. Samuel S. Henry, Dr. Brett McCown, and Dr. Jacob Johnson should be sufficient for preventing a cavity from developing on your teeth. Unfortunately, there are still times when trapped bacterial deposits and plaque acids still manage to demineralize an area of tooth enamel. As this... read more »

How Do Teeth Benefit from Dental Sealants?

Are your teeth at an increased risk for tooth decay and cavities? There are many factors that can cause your teeth to fall in harm’s way when it comes to oral ailments. Age, eating habits, diet, diseases, daily habits, oral hygiene, genetics, environmental factors, and hormones can all affect your risk of developing tooth decay. Fortunately, dental sealants can protect... read more »

Improve the Aesthetics of Your Smile with Dental Implants

Does your smile lack the quality of a full smile due to a missing tooth or two? Is it a few members short of a full deck? If so, our team at Tier One Dental would like to proudly offer you an opportunity to complete your smile with a dental implant service that can last for the rest of your... read more »

Don’t Let Cavities or Gum Disease Ruin Your Mouth

Has your oral health care lived up to its full potential lately? Have you done your part to keep plaque buildup from occurring? Plaque buildup occurs from food residue that is not thoroughly washed from your mouth. If left unchecked, plaque buildup can lead to dangerous conditions including the formation of cavities and the beginning stages of periodontal disease, also... read more »

How Teeth Whitening Teeth Can Make Your Smile Brighter

If your teeth have been less than stellar lately, because of tooth discoloration, we are happy to help. Tooth discoloration is fairly common, and your teeth can become yellow, brown, and sometimes even grayish, depending on the cause, and if they are extrinsic or extrinsic. Extrinsic stains, are the kind that occur thanks to outside sources which are in your control. These... read more »

The Beauty of Dental Sealants

The beauty of dental sealants is that they are a tool in one’s arsenal against cavities, along with meticulous brushing, flossing and regular dental cleanings. Their proven track record goes back to the 1970’s—that’s how long they have been helping people achieve cavity-free molars and premolars. Also known as pit and fissure sealants, they act as barriers against the ravages... read more »

How Veneers Can Brighten Your Smile

There are several methods for restoring your smile. In our busy lives today, where every moment seems to be scheduled, veneers are easily one of the most efficient and cost-effective cosmetic improvements one can make. Veneers offer you a brighter smile, even when teeth-whitening cannot. They cover flaws in your natural teeth that are crooked, cracked or chipped. They can... read more »

Your Drink: Healthy or Staining?

You probably know that some drinks are bad for your teeth, but did you know that others can actually help you fight off gum disease and tooth decay? Do you know which drinks are good for your smile and which aren’t? If not, please read on! When you think of milk being good for your smile, do you assume it’s... read more »

What is Your Flossing Style?

If you value anything your dentist tells you, pay extra attention to the flossing part of your daily tooth care. Don’t kid yourself by thinking it is any less valuable then brushing after every meal! Flossing helps you clean the spaces in between your teeth that harbor bacteria and food particles where your toothbrush just can’t reach. This not only... read more »