Augmenting Your Oral Hygiene Efforts With a Water Flosser

The American Dental Association advocates a consistent daily oral hygiene routine for the prevention of cavities and periodontal disease. This starts with always brushing your teeth each morning and night with a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoridated toothpaste. This should be followed up by making a conscious effort to thoroughly floss between your teeth and along… Read more »

Use These Tips to Get Your Smile Ready for Vacation

It’s best to have a strong and healthy smile before you leave on vacation. This is because it reduces your chances of suffering dental problems and dental emergencies while you’re away. You don’t want to run into any problems, right? Well, our dentists, Drs. Pallotto and Osmolinski, are happy to help you have a vacation-ready… Read more »

Treatments for Discolored Teeth

If you have discolored teeth, then you most likely feel self-conscious about the appearance of your smile. This can affect your self-esteem and even make socializing difficult. Our dentists, Dr. Pallotto and Dr. Osmolinski encourage you to consider treating your tooth discoloration. All you need to do is schedule an appointment at . When you… Read more »

Essential Dental Tips on Dentures

To enhance your smile, it is important to make sure all teeth are accounted for. A complete smile is always healthier because it can ensure all teeth are functioning as they need to, and it functions as you need it to. A single lost tooth can disrupt the positioning for the rest of your teeth as… Read more »

How Root Canal Therapy Can Save a Damaged Tooth

With an infected or badly damaged tooth, you might be advised to have a root canal procedure performed to save the tooth. A root canal is a process of cleaning the canals of a damaged tooth’s roots. When a root canal is performed, the infected parts of the tooth pulp is removed. After that, the… Read more »

How Long Will My Dental Veneers Last?

Dental veneers are a great way to easily improve your smile. They are usually placed in two appointments, and can make all the difference in the world when it comes to dealing chipped or discolored teeth, or teeth that are the oddly shaped or unevenly spaced. While getting veneers is an easy process, it does… Read more »

A Dental Filling Can Restore a Tooth

What is a dental filling? A filling is a dental restoration that may be used by Drs. Pallotto and Osmolinski when a tooth has decay. The filling can restore the tooth back to its normal function and shape after the decay is removed. Do I need a dental filling? When you visit for a routine… Read more »

Gum Disease Puts You at an Increased Risk for These Health Conditions

Your oral health directly impacts your general oral health, which means that poor oral health increases your risk of other health conditions. Gum disease especially exposes you to these conditions, and Dr. and our team want to help be informed of the health risks associated with gum disease. Respiratory Disease Gum disease puts you at… Read more »

A Positive Oral Health Care Outlook with Bruxism

Our team would like to wish you a happy holiday season and hope your end of the year festivities are joyous. However, we want you to have the maximum chance of success and want to see you next year without suffering from severe oral health conditions that may arise. Take this time to assess your… Read more »

A Minor Defect on a Front Tooth Might Be Repaired with a Composite Dental Filling

The teeth in the front of your mouth often appear in your smile. They can also have a salient appearance in many of your common facial expressions. When one of these teeth has been affected by a chip, minor dental fracture, or a noticeable cavity, it can leave you feeling socially awkward and overly self-conscious… Read more »