For those who don’t know, dental bridges are fixed appliances used when multiple teeth are missing. They function just like natural teeth, and are usually attached to the healthy teeth on either side of the gap.At Cherry Blossom Family Dentistry, we provide custom-made, natural looking bridges that restore your health and your smile. Although these treatments can last for decades, they do occasionally need repairing or replacing. Luckily for you, we can have you fixed up in no time!Why Do Dental ...Read more
Teeth whitening is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to revamp your smile. Since it's such a popular cosmetic dental treatment, it should be no surprise that there are tons of procedures and products out there to choose from. One of the biggest dilemmas we notice is people deciding between handling it by themselves using drugstore kits or going to their dentist for teeth whitening. To help you make an informed decision, we've written out a comparison of the ...Read more
We’ve seen just about everything when it comes to your teeth – chips, cracks, broken teeth, you name it. Our number one priority at Cherry Blossom Family Dentistry is providing preventative and restorative care that keeps your smile healthy, so whether you chipped your tooth chewing on ice or playing ice hockey, rest assured that we can help.
When you realize you’ve chipped your tooth, call our office for an appointment as soon as possible. In the meantime, you can ...Read more
What if we told you that brushing alone only cleans about 60% of your tooth’s surface? If you’re part of the one-third of Americans who don’t regularly floss, that’s 40% of your teeth you’re leaving an easy opening for the accumulation of plaque, tartar, and stray bits of food. This buildup, which can be almost eliminated through regular flossing, can cause cavities and eventually gum disease.
Like anything else, it’s important to have the right tool for the job. We ...Read more
We know that sometimes dental terms can seem confusing. Today, we want to shed some light on two often misunderstood procedures: dental fillings and dental crowns. Although both are relatively common procedures, many patients often do not understand the difference between the two.
The main difference between dental fillings and crowns, it turns out, is the severity and extent of the damage that needs to be treated. Fillings are for more minor instances of decay that result in cavities. Crowns ...Read more