Basics to Build a Better Smile: Composite Dental Fillings

Dental fillings are designed to improve your smile by filling in cavities. When dental erosion occurs to the point that harmful acids begin eating through your tooth enamel until a hole has formed, a cavity will be present. A cavity must be treated to prevent further damage to a tooth, which can lead to tooth… Read more »

A Compromised Partial Denture Needs to Be Addressed

A partial denture is often the preferred dental restoration for patients missing multiple teeth in one part of their mouth. It is created using exacting standards from durable dental materials capable of replicating the physical presence and essential function of the lost or extracted teeth. As strong as your partial denture is there still things… Read more »

Frequently Asked Questions About Gingivitis

How often do you inspect your teeth and gums for any signs of dental damage? The answer should be a lot, because it is important to routinely check your oral health for any signs of damage that can arise. It is also important to look for gum disease, which refers to a gum tissue infection…. Read more »

Treat Your Sensitive Smile

If you have sensitive teeth, it’s important to treat it. Many people may not realize that sensitive teeth can be treated by a dental professional, and you can go back to enjoying your favorite foods or drinks with proper care. Dr. Ewing with Irish Road Dental in Davison, MI, cares for your oral health, which… Read more »

You May Need to Counteract Enamel Erosion With Fluoride Treatment

If a typical day for you involves consuming acidic foods and beverages or if your smile contains natural oral bacteria that isn’t routinely cleaned away, the mineral density of your tooth enamel can suffer. When attacks on the tooth enamel are not counteracted with regular fluoride treatment, they can erode the teeth to the point… Read more »

Important Tips About Jaw Pain

Have you suffered from any mouth, lip, neck, jaw, or facial pain recently? If so, all of those different ailments could all be linked specifically to your jaw. If jaw pain frequently occurs, it is what is known as chronic joint pain. In order to effectively treat jaw pain, it is first important to determine… Read more »

The Habits to Avoid Each Day if You Want a Top-Notch Smile

Our dentist, Dr. , wants you to have the strongest and healthiest smile possible. This is why strongly encourages you to care for your teeth and gums each day by keeping up on oral hygiene, visiting our office regularly, and staying away from habits that can harm your smile. To help you avoid those bad… Read more »

Oral Hygiene: The Reasons to Floss Every Day

As you may already know, flossing at least once a day is vital for a strong and healthy smile. Now, even though you know this, you probably still forget to floss. Many people do, and it’s very dangerous for the teeth and gums. Our dentist, Dr. , is happy to explain why you should floss… Read more »

The Answers to Your Dental Implant Questions

Dental implants are strong and beneficial dental restorations that can help you in many ways. However, they are also very complex, which can make them quite confusing and even overwhelming. This oftentimes results in many questions. So, if you have dental implant questions that are holding you back from restoring your smile, our dentist, Dr…. Read more »

You Shouldn’t Skip Your Dental Cleaning Appointments Because of These Reasons

If you’re in the habit of skipping your routine dental cleaning appointments, then your smile can be in grave danger. It’s vital to visit Dr. every six months if you want to maintain a strong and successful oral health. To explain why you shouldn’t skip your six-month checkups in , , our dental team is… Read more »