Did You Remember to Clean Your Tongue?

If you regularly brush your teeth but still have bad breath, maybe you need to clean your tongue. Your tongue helps you to speak and to taste food, but it is also the home of millions of bacteria, which cause bad breath other problems for your oral health. But take heart, you can clean your… Read more »

Oral Health Advantages: Sleep Apnea Treatments

  Have you ever been the victim of sleep apnea? The truth is, many individuals may not even know they’re suffering from it. This is because sleep apnea is a sleeping disorder that occurs during sleep. Although you may often wake up due to sleep apnea, you may never register as to the reason why…. Read more »

Untreated Dental Attrition Can Lead to Worsening Complications

Your tooth enamel is designed to be hard enough to allow for efficient oral function in the breaking down and chewing of common foods. Yet uncorrected alignment issues with multiple teeth can cause the surface of one to grind excessively on the other. In time the tooth enamel could gradually start to wear away. This… Read more »

Brushing Your Tongue Is an Important Part of Cleaning Your Smile

Your oral health is our top priority here at , and we are committed to addressing all of your dental needs in a professional and efficient manner, as well as helping you discover effective ways to care for your smile. It’s important to maintain good health between professional dental cleanings, which you can do by… Read more »

Options for Brightening Your Smile

Teeth whitening treatment is designed to safely and powerfully bleach out discolorations in the teeth as well as improve your smile. Although bleaching agents are often found in mouthwash, toothpaste, and even chewing gum, the most effective form remains professional teeth whitening. Read on to learn about the most popular forms of teeth whitening: –… Read more »

A Damaged Partial Denture Needs to Be Addressed as Soon as Possible

Your partial denture represents a significant investment in replicating the essential function and appearance of your missing teeth. It incorporates a pink base that helps hold it to your existing periodontal structure. Some partial dentures also include simple hardware components to help them connect with the nearby natural teeth. While the dental appliance was created… Read more »

Helpful Facts About Cavities

Cavities, which are caused by bacteria and acid attacks, are holes that develop in the teeth. Typically, cavities form when you have poor oral hygiene, you forget to visit Drs. Char and Mashimo every six months, or you eat many carbohydrates, like candy, cake, soda, bread, cereal, etc. Many people think children are the only… Read more »

Denture Adhesive Can Have Multiple Benefits

Complete and partial dentures are designed to meet with the periodontal structure of your mouth to hold firm while you chew your food. Some partial dentures also include special components that help secure the removable dental appliance with the neighboring teeth. Even with this firm connection, many people with a complete or partial denture appreciate… Read more »

Flossing Tips

Dr. Char, Dr. Mashimo, and our team encourage each of our patients to brush and floss every day. Individuals should brush their teeth at least twice a day and floss once a day. Unfortunately, there are many people who leave flossing out of their dental hygiene routine. Others do not know how to floss properly…. Read more »

The Toothbrush and Chewing Gum: Unexpected Allies

Brushing your teeth is vital to good mouth health. But there is another way to clean your mouth that, in addition to brushing, can be very helpful: chewing sugar free gum. Let’s make sure your brushing technique is on point, then we can talk about how chewing gum can help. To brush your teeth properly,… Read more »