Do You Have Any Oral Emergency Preparation Techniques for the Summer Season?

Do you have any oral emergency preparation techniques for the summer season? Oral accidents are often more predictable than they are preventable, but there is no denying that sooner or later, one will occur. So, it is best to be prepared in case one should befall you. Listed below are a few illustrations of oral emergencies and their effective treatment... read more »

What Is Halitosis, and What Is Its Effect on Your Oral Health?

Do you know what halitosis is? Halitosis is a common oral health disorder often characterized by foul odors emanating from your mouth often due to bacteria. Although not all bad breath is caused by your mouth, it is still often the primary concern. Halitosis can occur in all ages, but it does have a few distinctive causes to note. The... read more »

Save Your Smile by Improving Your Eating Habits

Save your smile by improving your eating habits. You could be putting your pearly whites at an increased risk of damage based on what you eat. Many foods can increase the rate at which tooth decay can happen, while some can cause oral accidents or injuries to occur, and others can be so acidic that they eat right through tooth... read more »

Optimum Oral Health Care Guidelines

So far this year, how would you rank your oral health care? Have you been taking as good of care of your teeth and gums as you should? Have you suffered any oral ailments as of late, or have you taken the steps to limit them? No matter what level of oral hygiene you may have, there are always things... read more »

A Damaged or Decayed Molar Often Needs a Total Crown Restoration

The molars in the back of your mouth are large and often called upon to do the majority of the work grinding and chewing your food. When one has been damaged or decayed, it can significantly impair the overall function of your mouth. This is even more likely to be a problem if the affected molar experiences heightened sensitivity when... read more »

Advice on How to Keep Your Dental Implant in Tip-Top Shape

Have you recently replaced a missing tooth with a dental implant? If so, good for you! Now you’ll have a strong and reliable tooth for many years. However, that’s only the case if you take good care of your dental implant. So, to help you keep your dental implant in tip-top shape, our Lewis Family Dentistry dental team encourages you... read more »

Super Smiles Begin with Cosmetic Dentistry

Super smiles begin with a healthy mouth paired with cosmetic dentistry.  Just a single visit to see Lewis Family Dentistry at our office for a tooth whitening treatment is enough to improve the color of your teeth by up to ten shades. With such drastic results available so easily, why not take the time now to learn which treatments can... read more »

Healthy Dental Habits for Over 60

Healthy dental habits for those over 60 years old are crucial to maintaining a healthy smile. In fact, as you get older you are actually more at risk for cavities! If you are currently taking prescription medications whose side effect of causing dry mouth, you are at increased risk for cavities. Healthy saliva flow is vital for a healthy oral... read more »

Perfecting Your Smile for the Entire Year Begins with You

Perfecting your smile for the entire year begins with you. If you truly wish for optimum oral health this year, then make the changes you seek and your wish can come true. If you need any additional help with any oral accidents that may come your way, our wonderful team at Lewis Family Dentistry awaits to ensure no accident will... read more »

Dental Cleaning: The Facts

Have you ever been told that you should visit a dentist once every six months? Do you ever struggle to make these appointments because of time constraints or because they’re inconvenient? While we understand that your time is valuable, please know that these appointments are actually vital to the health of your teeth. One part of these important visits is... read more »