Increased Fluoride Exposure Can Often Help Counteract Enamel Erosion

Enamel erosion is a general term used to describe tooth enamel that has been compromised by poor oral hygiene or the regular consumption of acidic foods and beverages. As these things deplete the mineral density of your teeth, it allows pores and other microscopic textures to form in tooth enamel. As this happens, your chances… Read more »

How to Choose the Best Toothbrush to Clean Your Child’s Smile

At The Bartlett Dental Station, Dr. Prosniewski and our team are pleased to offer pediatric dentistry for our patient’s and their loved ones. So, today our dental team would like to give you tips on how to choose the best toothbrush for your child. Have your child’s teeth started to grow into place? If so,… Read more »

A Tooth Suffering from a Missing Filling Might Need a Crown

Your dentist, Dr. , often uses fillings to repair a small area of tooth decay. While they are designed to last for a long time, no filling is impervious to the passage of time. Inconsistent oral hygiene habits can further encourage the natural bacteria living in your mouth to attempt to weaken the dental adhesive… Read more »

Protect Your Teeth and Gums with Dental Floss

With the beginning of a new year, it’s important to remember not to leave behind old habits. Brushing and flossing remain just as important as ever and should continue to be a part of your daily routine. Flossing daily is excellent for removing food particles that can get stuck between your teeth that brushing alone… Read more »

Insights for Effective First Aid and Treatment for a Fractured Tooth

Tooth enamel is meant to be strong enough to handle biting and chewing common foods. If something like a blow to the face or a bad habit of nibbling on foreign objects causes a fracture on a tooth, it could lead to several issues. You could experience heightened sensitivity or a new area of tooth… Read more »

New Blog for 2013!

We’re starting 2013 with our new blog. Stop back again. Mark Prosniewski