Protect your enamel! Once it’s gone, it’s gone! It’s a warning you’ve probably been hearing for as long as you’ve been brushing your teeth, but what exactly is enamel, and why on earth is it so important to protect? Read our blog post for answers!
When it comes to maintaining optimal dental health, we often think about regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups. But did you know food and other products can help encourage a healthy smile? Check out our blog post where we take a close look at the dental health benefits of chewing xylitol gum.
Tooth erosion, often caused by consumption of acidic foods and beverages, is a significant concern that can compromise your dental health over time. Check our blog post where we share ways to identify and prevent acid-related damage to preserve your pearly whites!
In our blog post, we explain why a fluoride treatment is beneficial when you visit the dentist for a cleaning.
Southbridge Dental Care offers custom athletic mouthguards for young athletes. Learn about the benefits of a sports mouthguard in our blog post.
If you have more questions about gum disease treatment or prevention, we invite you to reach out to us at Southbridge Dental Care. Contact our team for help with all of your dental needs. Call us to set you up with an appointment.
The best way to make sure your enamel is strong and healthy is by visiting Southbridge Dental Care for twice yearly dental visits. We provide dental services for the whole family. Contact us today to schedule an appointment!
If you are experiencing the early stages of gingivitis, or gum disease, you might require a specialized treatment that goes beyond a routine cleaning, known as a deep cleaning. Contact Southbridge Dental Care for an appointment.
Brushing your teeth with the right toothpaste is the first step towards achieving good oral health, but it’s important to also schedule twice yearly dental cleanings and examinations to ensure your smile is in the best shape. Contact us to get your next appointment scheduled.
When a tooth’s innermost layer–the pulp–becomes damaged or infected, it’s time for a root canal. This virtually painless procedure will get rid of the infection and save the tooth. Call Dr. Park today if you are in pain.