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What Tooth Crowns Can Do For Your Teeth


Tooth crowns are custom created caps that cover the full tooth. Tooth crowns encompass the tooth all the way from the gum line on up to the chewing surface.  Most people have heard of dental crowns yet plenty are unaware […] Continue Reading


What You Need to Do If You Crack a Tooth


After cracking a tooth, you are likely wondering what the cause is and how you can treat it.  Stay calm, collect yourself, pick up the phone and call the dentist. An oral health professional will analyze the cracked tooth to […] Continue Reading


What to Do When a Dental Crown Is Loose


You are happily munching on your favorite snack when you notice your dental crown is loose. This situation is enough to send you into a panic, as it signals a problem with your crown or implant.With proper care, a dental […] Continue Reading


Dental Glossary to Help At Your Next Visit


If you’ve already scheduled an appointment with your dentist, a dental glossary will help you know your frenum from your gingiva. This glossary will help you understand what your dentist is saying during your appointment so that it is easier […] Continue Reading


Dental Options to Fix Your Smile


If you do not love your smile, do not fret. All sorts of dental treatment options are available to enhance the look of your smile, from teeth whitening to contouring, reshaping, bonding, cosmetic gum surgery and beyond. Here is a […] Continue Reading


5 Ways to Improve your Smile at DeSalvo Dental


Do you have imperfections in your smile that you would like to turn into strengths? Perhaps you have a gap between your teeth, cracked teeth, a chipped tooth or several discolored teeth. You should know these aesthetic flaws can be […] Continue Reading


7 Healthy Foods for Your Teeth


Do you ever think about whether or not the foods you are choosing to eat are good for your teeth? While most of us choose to eat the foods we love because they excite our taste buds, there are certain […] Continue Reading


How To Deal With Tooth Pain


Tooth pain is no joke. The pulp in your teeth contains both nerves and blood vessels. When one of your teeth sustains damage in any form, the immediate response of the tooth is to trigger a pain alert. The level […] Continue Reading


Oral Cancer and Tobacco Use


At a routine dental visit, we can help detect signs of oral cancer with an oral cancer screening. While most people do not schedule an appointment with their dentist to determine if they have oral cancer, it is possible for a […] Continue Reading


Dental Hygiene Guide


Dental hygiene is best defined as a process through which preventative dental care can help maintain oral health and prevent dental emergencies. Dental hygiene involves self-responsibility with regular brushing/flossing, as well as professional care. While at-home dental hygiene is important, […] Continue Reading