Coping With Dental Emergencies

Sports injuries, falls, and other accidents are a common cause of dental emergencies. With proper care, it is possible to save a damaged or dislodged tooth. The following first aid steps will help you cope with common dental emergencies. Dislodged Permanent Tooth: If...

How Sealants Help Your Teeth

Flossing and brushing will help you protect your teeth. However, you may not be able to hit all of the areas of your teeth. Brushing and flossing the back teeth, or molars, is even more difficult. Molars are a breeding ground for bacteria and leftover food, which is...

Getting to the Root of Sensitive Tooth Pain

If you find eating or drinking hot or cold foods and beverages uncomfortable, there is a good chance that you have sensitive teeth. Tooth sensitivity can also make daily brushing and flossing painful, which can cause you to neglect your oral care. Tooth sensitivity...

New ADA Requirements for Teeth Whitening Products

The American National Standards Institute has approved a new standard for external tooth bleaching products. Developed by the American Dental Association, the new standard spells out the requirements for these products and establishes test methods for the industry to...

Money Raised For Building Restoration in Nepal

The second Nepal earthquake caused even more damage to structures that had been weakened in the April disaster. The Dental Clinic building is home to our dental clinic, a medical clinic, and seven classrooms. It is our host school in this nation and one of three...