Focus Your Oral Health Care on Teenage Dentistry

  If being a teenager wasn't hard enough, along with fluctuating hormones, they also have to deal with numerous changes and risks to their oral health. As the last of our teeth finally begin to grow in as a teen, it is important to make sure they grow in correctly. Not only can wisdom teeth growing in improperly, but numerous... read more »

Preventing Gum Disease for a Healthy Smile

Can gum disease lead to tooth loss? The truth is that gum disease, also called periodontal disease, can result lost teeth, as the disease weakens your gums, allows your teeth to loosen, and eventually fall out. Preventing gum disease includes routinely checking for its signs and symptoms. If left untreated, gum disease can advance to periodontitis, tooth loss and severe... read more »

Show Your Dental Veneers Care

If you are new to dental veneers, then it is important to know how to care for them properly. That is why, our team here at East Indianapolis Dental Associates in Indianapolis, Indiana, is happy to give you tips and advice on how to care for your dental veneers, so they can last and give you a dazzling smile for... read more »

Dental Implants Can Return Your Smile to Its Former Splendor

Is your smile a shell of its former self due to various oral accidents and damage over the years? Have you found yourself with missing or lost teeth, or teeth that age so badly they must be extracted? If so, there is still hope, as many forms of tooth replacements are available to step up to the plate and restore... read more »

A Toothpaste Allergy and Your Oral Health

You probably understand that you should brush and floss your teeth every day if you’re interested in enjoying a healthy smile. However, did you know that choosing the right type of toothpaste can benefit your pearly whites? Other toothpastes can actually damage your teeth. For instance, did you know that some people may actually be allergic to toothpaste? As you... read more »

Cosmetic Dentistry for Missing Teeth

If you’ve lost a tooth, you probably know that you should have it replaced. Dental treatments for replacing a tooth, which are commonly referred to as restorations, have come a long way in recent years. In fact, most treatments are designed to look and feel like a natural tooth. Still, if you’re missing a tooth—or worry that you might one day--do... read more »