• CAVITY

    Posted Jun 12th, 2014 By in Sanding Dental Blog | Comments

    That’s the word no one wants to hear at the dentist’s office. A cavity develops when a tooth decays, or breaks down. A cavity is a hole that can grow bigger and deeper over time. Cavities are also called dental caries, and if you have a cavity, it’s important to get it repaired.

    But why would your tooth develop a hole? Blame plaque. That’s a sticky, slimy substance made up mostly of the germs that cause tooth decay. The bacteria in your mouth make acids and when plaque clings to your teeth, the acids can eat away at the outermost layer of the tooth, called the enamel.

    If you don’t go to the dentist, the acids can continue to make their way through the enamel, and the inside parts of your tooth can begin to decay. If you’ve ever had a toothache or heard an adult complain about one, it may have been because there was a cavity that reached all the way inside a tooth, where the nerve endings are. Ouch!

    Your dentist will carefully examine your teeth and may take X-rays. If your dentist discovers a cavity, he or she can repair it for you by first removing the rotted part of your tooth with a special drill. The dentist then fills the hole in your tooth with a special material. The result is called a filling.

    Does it hurt? Sometimes it does, but your dentist can give you an anesthestic. That’s a kind of medicine that will numb the area around the problem tooth while you’re getting your new filling.

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  • SUMMER PROMO & REFERRAL REWARDS PROGRAM

    Posted May 22nd, 2014 By in Sanding Dental Blog | Comments

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  • Plaque: Listen Up

    Posted May 16th, 2014 By in Sanding Dental Blog | Comments


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    Posted Apr 1st, 2014 By in Sanding Dental Blog | Comments

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  • Fact!

    Posted Feb 25th, 2014 By in Sanding Dental Blog | Comments

    Contrary to popular belief, George Washington’s famous dentures weren’t made from wood. His four pairs of custom chompers were crafted from gold, ivory, lead and a mixture of human, donkey, and hippopotamus teeth (take care of yours and you won’t have to think about it)!

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