Year-End Smile Upgrades: Root Canal Therapy

Have you suffered an oral accident or injury lately and are yet to have it inspected? Even if it doesn't appear as if any damage may have occurred, or if you believe it has been treated properly already, it is essential to visit your dentist to determine if any underlying... Read more »

Focus Your Oral Health Care on Tooth Hazards

One of the biggest causes of dental damage to our teeth and gums is via tooth hazards. Tooth hazards refer to risks that arise from multiple facets of our life that can easily damage your teeth. Thus, it is important to always practice preventive planning to ensure your mouth is... Read more »

Seal Out Decay With Dental Sealants

If you are looking for extra protection from cavities for your child’s teeth or your own, ask our dentist about dental sealants in Kingston, New Hampshire. What are dental sealants? Dental sealants are a plastic coating that is painted onto the chewing surfaces of the back teeth to help prevent... Read more »

Dental Attrition on a Tooth Needs to Be Treated to Prevent Other Problems

Sometimes a minor deviation in the alignment of two or more of your teeth can start to affect a single tooth’s enamel layer. As the years grind by the excess wear and tear on a non-occlusal surface can cause dental attrition. As healthy tooth enamel is lost, the new area... Read more »

Food and Drinks Damaging Your Teeth

There are many things that can harm your smile, particularly what you expose your teeth to every single day – food and drinks. Of course, your teeth were built for eating, and you have to consume nutrients to survive. It’s what you eat and drink that matters. So let’s talk... Read more »

Dentistry Topic Data Blog: Water Flossers

The newest popularity trend in dentistry lies with interdental cleaners. Interdental cleaners are oral health care tools used to clean between teeth, and one of the most popular available is a water flosser. Although cleaning your smile with a beam of water has been around for a long time, water... Read more »

Addressing Dental Anxiety

While some people are comfortable with, and even look forward to their dental visits, there are some who may feel anxious, or even fearful about an upcoming dental appointment. Fear of the dentist can be a feeling of anxiety or a dental phobia. There are different reasons why people are... Read more »

Cleaning Your Tongue

When is the last time you thought about your tongue? Despite the fact that we constantly use it for speaking, tasting food and sealing envelopes, we often forget to clean our tongue when we are brushing our teeth. Your tongue is home to bacteria, and even food particles. Because of... Read more »

Composite Dental Fillings

As dental technology has advanced over the years, the options for treating different dental problems have increased to give patients more choices when it comes to addressing their needs. One such option is tooth-colored, or composite fillings. Composite fillings are made from powdered glass and an acrylic blended into a... Read more »

It’s Best to Treat a Cavity ASAP

Cavities are no joke. In fact, they can affect your overall oral health. That is why it's important to get them treated as soon as you know you have them. At the early stages of development, Dr. Vera Matshkalyan can eliminate the decay and treat the tooth with a dental... Read more »