Oral Trauma Can Cause Toothache Pain

Sometimes an accidental fall or blow to the face can impact a tooth without causing any initial pain or causing overt damage to the tooth’s enamel layer. In some of these cases, you might only suffer some minor swelling or facial bruising. But a few days later, you could develop... Read more »

Find Out What You Know About Dental Care by Taking This Quiz

If you think you have a pristine knowledge of dental care, it’s time to find out for sure! Our dentists, Dr. Seth Rumley, and Dr. Raj Prajapati, encourage you to test your knowledge by taking our dental care quiz. While you take the quiz, we hope you learn something new... Read more »

A Secret to Oral Health Success: Dental Crowns

  If you wish for a beautiful smile, it is important to think about any to tooth restorations you may want. Typically, the type of damage you have suffered will indicate what sort of treatment will be best for you. However, in numerous instances when the damage is too severe... Read more »

Common Oral Health Reminders: Dental Bridges

  In order to ensure your smile has the best chance of success, establish an effective tooth restoration treatment plan for any oral accidents or injuries that arise. Risk and damage prevention can greatly improve your recovery time and ensure your smile can thrive in the future no matter what... Read more »

Oral Health Care Highlights: Toothache Treatments

In order to receive the oral health care necessary for a spectacular smile, always look for indications of any toothaches that are present. Toothaches can arise at any time and must be treated to ensure that bacteria will not further damage to the pulp of the tooth. If the pulp... Read more »

Understanding Dental Facts on Halitosis Prevention

  Bad breath is something that many individuals suffer from. However, it is something that is treatable as long as you know what's causing it. Unfortunately, numerous causes can arise that contribute to bad breath, such as medications, poor hygiene, the food you are eating, unhealthy lifestyle habits, and underlying... Read more »

What Are the Differences Between a Temporary and Traditional Crown?

If you’re about to restore your tooth with a dental crown, then be prepared to deal with two different types of restorations. Typically, your dentist, Dr. Seth Rumley, uses a temporary dental crown as well as a traditional dental crown to fully restore your tooth. To tell you a little... Read more »

A Positive Oral Health Care Outlook with Oral Cancer Screenings

One of the most dangerous risks to your oral health is oral cancer, including throat cancer. If you're showing any abnormal signs or symptoms with your teeth and gums, as well as issues with your head, neck, or face area, it is important to visit our staff for a comprehensive... Read more »

Rudimentary Oral Care

Taking care of your mouth doesn’t have to be difficult--but NOT taking care of your mouth can lead to tooth erosion, cavities, and other dental emergencies. To prevent the expense, pain, and annoyance of these problems, make sure your daily dental routines are ship-shape. Brush: Brushing your teeth is a... Read more »

Toothbrush Trivia

Toothpaste has been around since about 5,000 BC. That’s approximately when the ancient Egyptians started to use a paste on their teeth. The practice spread to other countries shortly thereafter. You might have been able to buy toothpaste back then, but it may have contained eggshells and animal hooves.  As... Read more »