Do You Have a Cracked Tooth?

In many cases in which your teeth are damaged, you will probably know it right away. You may feel pain, there may be blood and pieces of your broken tooth. But what about the damage that isn’t so obvious? It is possible that you may have a cracked tooth and... Read more »

Tooth Hazards to Avoid for a Beautiful Smile

Your teeth were created to be strong enough to handle most edible foods, but they are not tough enough to handle everything. Here are some dangerous tooth hazards to avoid so you can maintain your strong and beautiful smile: - Avoid opening food packages or bottles with your mouth. This... Read more »

Dental Sealants Q&A

What are dental sealants? Dental sealant is a thin, plastic material that is placed on the chewing surfaces of the back teeth to help shield them from decay. Why should dental sealants be placed? The chewing surfaces of the back teeth have grooves that make them susceptible to cavities. These... Read more »

Your Queries About Dental Bridges Addressed

A dental bridge is a restoration that is made up of two dental crowns with a replacement tooth in between. The replacement tooth is used to fill a gap in an individual’s smile and the dental crowns are placed on the teeth on either side of the gap to support... Read more »

Seek Assistance after a Tongue Injury

A hard fall or a blow to the face during athletics that impacts your chin can cause you to accidentally bite down hard on your tongue. In some of these cases, the damage to the tongue is minor. However, there have been some rare occasions where an individual’s tongue is... Read more »

A Dental Fracture’s Severity Will Determine the Necessary Treatment Method to Restore the Tooth

Dental fractures can vary in severity depending on their source and the affected surfaces of the tooth. Even if you don’t feel any immediate distress or sensitivity in the tooth you should still have it examined by a dentist like Dr. Kerry Olszewski. If a cavity develops inside the fractured... Read more »

How to Care for Your Child After They Have Had IV Sedation

IV sedation is a great tool that can help your child have a comfortable and relaxing dental appointment. It’s also very safe. If your child gets IV sedation for one of their appointments, there are a few things you should do after the appointment to make sure your child recovers... Read more »

What Are Some Additional Ways to Prevent Gum Disease?

Gum disease is a serious dental issue that should be prevented at all costs. Fortunately, there are many ways you can do so—not just by keeping up on oral hygiene and visiting your dentist, Dr. Kerry Olszewski. To help you know more, our dental team is happy to tell you... Read more »

Toothaches and Their Effect on Your Dental Health

Can teeth with toothaches be repaired and saved? The answer is yes, but on many occasions, individuals who do not receive regular checkups and examinations to determine if toothaches may be present or if your teeth are at a greater risk for tooth loss or a potential tooth extraction. If... Read more »

Teeth and Gums 101: Dental Sealants

Have you ever wished it was easier to keep your teeth safe from the hazards of cavities and tooth decay? Although following daily oral health care habits such as brushing and flossing are extremely effective in keeping oral health risks at bay, it is conceivable to suffer from bad techniques... Read more »