Treatments for Missing Teeth

If you have one or more missing teeth, you’re probably wondering what our dentists, husband and wife team, Dr. Daniel Sahutske and Dr. Donna Sahutske, can do for you and your smile. Having missing teeth can make eating and speaking difficult and it can even affect the self-esteem as well as the entire oral health. Fortunately,… Read more »

Unique Insight on Dental Bridges

  It’s important to know if you have any missing teeth to have them replaced immediately. Missing teeth that go untreated can cause future oral ailments including a downturn in your oral hygiene and a weakened jaw. In addition, numerous functions depend on having a complete smile, so make sure your dental profile is filled… Read more »

Important Dental Facts Concerning Dental Bonding

In order to ensure your smile has the best chance of oral health care success, always maintain it by cleaning it properly, eating a healthy diet, and receiving the necessary tooth restorations as they arise. Every once in awhile, teeth can be damaged, specifically due to surface damage. If your teeth suffer any surface damage… Read more »

A Chipped Dental Crown Requires Professional Dental Care

A dental crown is typically fashioned from durable dental materials such as gold alloy, base metals, or a special dental grade porcelain-ceramic. This is meant to rival the strength of natural tooth enamel to restore a significantly compromised tooth. Even though these materials are known for their durability, it is still possible to chip a… Read more »

Gum Disease and Periodontitis

Gum disease, also called as periodontal disease, comes in some different varieties. In its latter stages, gum disease is known as periodontitis. If your gums are severely swollen or if you can see large inflamed sacks of gums surrounding your teeth, you might have periodontitis, and you should get in touch with our office for… Read more »

A Dental Implant Can Effectively Replace a Tooth Lost to an Untreatable Dental Trauma

The American Association of Endodontists notes that every year nearly five million teeth are knocked out due to accident or injury. While some of these teeth can be implanted back in the socket or treated by a root canal, not all cases of severe dental trauma can be viably treated. If a tooth or the… Read more »

Smile-Harming Thanksgiving Foods

Do you want a strong and healthy smile this Thanksgiving? If so, then you need to avoid the tooth-harming foods and drinks available on the dinner table. That’s right: There are Thanksgiving products that can negatively affect your smile. To help you avoid these things, our dentist, Dr. , is happy to list them. The… Read more »

Your Child’s Molars and Premolars Can Be Protected from Tooth Decay by Dental Sealants

In general, your child’s primary teeth should be completely replaced by their 32 permanent teeth by mid-adolescence. These teeth will need to serve them for the rest of their adult life. So, taking some simple preventative measures now will help reduce their chances of suffering from tooth decay in the long term. This certainly starts… Read more »

A Blow to the Face Can Cause a Toothache

Sometimes an athletic accident or a household fall can cause a blow to the face that also contacts one of your teeth. The pain from the soft tissues damage might conceal any trauma caused to the root of the tooth. This can be further confounding if the tooth’s enamel layer wasn’t overtly traumatized. In some… Read more »

Use These Quick Tips to Further Care for Your Smile

Oral hygiene can help you have a top-notch smile, but did you know there are little things you can do to further boost your oral health? Well, it’s true, and our dentist, Dr. , is happy to tell you all about them! First, keep a travel-sized toothbrush and toothpaste with you. Doing this can give… Read more »