Fluoride Supplements Can Help Rejuvenate the Mineral Density of Your Tooth Enamel

People who struggle to maintain a consistent oral hygiene regimen or those who consume acidic beverages on a frequent basis are at increased risk of suffering tooth enamel demineralization. This is even more likely to become an issue if you live in a rural location without daily access to fluoridated... Read more »

Why Your Dentist May Suggest Fluoride Treatment

If you are looking to sustain excellent oral health and want to know if there is something more you could be doing to keep your teeth healthy, come speak with Dr. Eric Eidbo. Depending on the condition of your health and quality of your dental habits, our dentist may suggest... Read more »

Protecting Your Little One’s Oral Health

Avoiding baby bottle tooth decay is the best course of action and straightforward. Helping your child practice good dental hygiene habits is the number one thing you can do to aid them to prevent baby bottle tooth decay's advance. Assist your child as they brush their pearly whites in the... Read more »

Fluoride Supplements Can Help Prevent New Cavities

Many municipal water sources in the United States include trace amounts of fluoride in the water they provide. This helps I daily consumption and exposure for people living and working in urban areas. In conjunction with good oral hygiene practices the fluoridated water helps maintain strong tooth enamel and healthy... Read more »

A History of Tongue Cleaning

Have you noted the recent rise in the popularity of tongue scrapers? Well, think it or not, tongue cleaning is a long way from a new trend. To feed your craving for an understanding of all things dental, here are some facts on the history of tongue cleaning. In Indian... Read more »

Gum Disease and Cardiovascular Issues

Although you may be aware that gum disease can cause problems for your mouths, such as loose teeth, bad breath, and receding gums; did you know that gum disease can also cause problems for your heart? Gum disease causes your gums to swell, and that admits bacteria into your system.... Read more »

FAQs about Abscesses

Do you know what an abscess is? If so, do you think you may have one? Here are some FAQs about your abscess: What is an abscess? Due to a multitude of causes, such as tooth decay, periodontal disease or a cracked tooth, bacteria entering the innermost part of the... Read more »

A Tooth Afflicted by a Small Cavity Might Be Repaired with a Dental Filling

There are sometimes when even a diligent and consistent oral hygiene routine simply isn’t enough to prevent a cavity from developing on one of your teeth. As this starts to happen you might notice a change in the surface texture of a tooth accompanied by discomfort or increased sensitivity. In... Read more »

A Tooth with a Second Cavity Might Need a Dental Crown Restoration

A dental filling can often be used to repair a tooth suffering from a small chip or cavity. If you struggle to maintain good oral hygiene habits going forward, a new area of tooth decay might develop on the previously repaired tooth. Many times when this happens, there isn’t sufficient... Read more »

How to Clean Your Smile When You Use Dentures

Dentures are beneficial appliances that can replace your missing teeth and give you the smile you have always wanted. Although you have false teeth, you still need to do things to keep your oral health in tip-top shape. To help you, Dr. Eric Eidbo has some tips and recommendations. First,... Read more »