A Dental Filling Might Be Able to Treat a Minor Cavity

There are unfortunate times when even the most effective oral hygiene routine still can’t prevent a cavity from developing on one of your teeth. Fortunately, your routine dental checkups will catch any early signs of tooth decay to develop an effective treatment plan. With early detection our dentist might be able to treat a minor… Read more »

Symptoms of Oral Cancer

Oral cancer is a cancer of the lips, inside of the mouth, back of the throat, tonsils or salivary glands. There are many warning signs of oral cancer. You may not be able to spot the earliest signs, which is why regular visits to our s are imperative. Drs. Buhler and Buhler are trained to… Read more »

Be Mindful of Dangerous Tooth Hazards

Your best smile often consists of eating the most nutritious and well-balanced meals. However, you may find yourself often consuming substances that can be hazardous to your oral health. Furthermore, you can be using your teeth in ways for which they are not intended, which can lead to severe dental damage. Make sure that you’re… Read more »

Your Child’s Brand of Toothpaste Should have the ADA Seal of Acceptance

The formative years of your child’s development play an important role in setting the foundation for good habits that will last a lifetime. This includes teaching your children to brush and floss their teeth every day. You should start cleaning your child’s gums with a clean piece of gauze right after they are born, and… Read more »

What are Root Canals?

Root canal infections are generally caused by deep tooth breakdown. Fortunately, although this means that patients often cause their own pearly whites to wear down, this also means that you can have a hand in thwarting the need for a root canal procedure. Here are a few things that you can do at home to… Read more »

Steps for Expert Flossing

When you go to the dentist for a cleaning, you may be amazed at how well our dental hygienist can floss your teeth. Do you ever wish you could do it that way? Well, you can! Just follow these easy steps: First, break off 18 inches of floss and wind each end around each one… Read more »

Facts about Dental Erosion

Dental erosion is a common oral health disorder in which harmful acids have damaged your tooth enamel. Although brushing and flossing your teeth daily are efficient methods for keeping your mouth spotless, the foods and drinks you consume can cause dental erosion long before cleaning treatments can be offered. This can potentially lead to pulp… Read more »

A Tooth with an Untreated Cavity Might Eventually Suffer from a Toothache

The acidic environment created in your mouth by poor oral hygiene habits can gradually start to demineralize your tooth enamel. As dental caries develop on a tooth, the bacteria in your mouth can start to penetrate deeper into the tooth. When the tooth decay extends beyond the tooth enamel layer it can start to infect… Read more »

Fluoride Can Help Strengthen Your Tooth Enamel to Help Maintain the Health of Your Teeth

Healthy teeth rely on strong tooth enamel to prevent cavities and help maintain the overall function of your mouth. If you are inconsistent with your daily oral hygiene habits, it can gradually weaken the mineral density of your tooth enamel. As this starts to happen it can leave your teeth at increased risk of tooth… Read more »

A Composite Dental Filling Might Be Used to Repair a Chipped Tooth

Your front teeth and premolars play an important role in helping you to efficiently bite off pieces of food. These teeth also tend to appear when you smile or make certain facial expressions. When the enamel layer of a front tooth is chipped it can have a profound effect on your self-image as well as… Read more »