The Steps to Building a Better Smile: Dental Damage Prevention

The more you do to protect your smile, the greater chance your smile has. A comprehensive prevention, treatment, cleaning, and planning guide for your smile is a great way to cover your oral health care and give your teeth and gums their best chance for optimum success. Dental damage can... Read more »

Unique Insight on Dental Damage Prevention

  Some of the biggest risk factors for a downturn in the functionality of your smile will occur in the form of dental damage. Dental damage is a risk for individuals of all ages and hygiene levels. Even if your mouth is properly cared for every single day, a single... Read more »

Care for Your Plastic Retainer by Doing These Things

If you have a plastic retainer, then you need to keep it in tip-top shape so it can keep your teeth in tip-top shape. Now, if you’re not sure how to do so, you have come to the right blog. Today, our orthodontist, Dr. Adrian Huang, is happy to give... Read more »

Preventing Gum Disease

To keep your oral cavity from developing periodontal disease, you should brush twice a day and floss once per day. Keeping your chompers and gums healthy is our number one priority at Ninth East Dental, so we've put together this information on how you can steer clear of gum disease.... Read more »

Braces for Adults

Braces have long been associated with junior high school and high school kids. But as time has gone on, more and more adults are turning to orthodontics to straighten their smiles. After all, the same issues that can cause you problems as a young person can still create issues for... Read more »

Treat Your Bloody Gums with These Tips

Ignored bleeding gums today could be a serious problem in your future. While bloody gums sometimes don’t mean much, they’re frequently an indication that gums and chompers are forming gum disease, a disorder that can cause lost chompers and major hurt to your bones and gums. We want your oral... Read more »

Making Dentures

You’ve most likely heard that George Washington wore wooden false teeth, but that’s actually a myth! Washington had oral deficiencies, and he did wear false teeth, but they were made from lead, human teeth and animal parts. These days, we don’t form dentures from wood or from lead. Instead, false... Read more »

Relax in the Dental Chair With Sedation Dentistry

Many individuals experience nervousness, anxiety, or even fear when they visit a dental office. Some people will avoid going to the dentist unless there is no other choice. Are you one of these people? Set your fears aside! At our dental office, we offer sedation dentistry for those, like you,... Read more »

Four Ways to Slow the Aging of Your Teeth

Fact: Your teeth age as you do. Myth: When you reach a certain age, you’ll inevitably need dentures. Your natural teeth can be like a deluxe vintage car: aged and pristine. Here are four ways to slow the aging of your teeth: - Avoid wear and tear: Some habits to... Read more »

Four Teeth-Harming Foods

Are you seeking a strong, healthy smile? One of the most important things you can do is note the nutrients you expose your teeth and gums to. In no particular order, here are some of the most teeth-harming foods: 1. Hard Candy: These candies are damaging in two ways. First,... Read more »