Don’t Let Dry Mouth Get You Down

Saliva is not one of those things that people really want to talk about. Be that as it may, it has a very important job to do. It helps break down your food so that your body can digest it. It also cleanses your mouth of food debris and fights bacteria; both which help to prevent tooth decay and gum... read more »

Opting for Dental Bonds

You may have been keeping a close eye on one more of your teeth if they are decayed, chipped, cracked or discolored. You may want to fix that problem, but you don’t know what your options are for getting your smile back. In this case, it is a good idea to visit Dr. Kimberly Fee to see if a dental... read more »

Dental Sealants Protect Smiles

Did you know that dental sealants can lower your risk of tooth decay by nearly 80%? Dental sealants are designed to improve your smile by protecting your teeth from decay and enamel erosion that cause cavities and other oral emergencies. With a dental sealant, your smile will be better protected from the harmful acids produced by plaque buildup in your... read more »

Teeth Infection and Abscesses

Have you ever heard of a tooth abscess or a tooth infection? While the two can be caused by similar issues, there are actually a few important differences between them. For instance, while both issues will need professional treatment, the treatments could be very different. Still, what are the differences between a tooth infection and an abscess? As you probably... read more »

Enamel Erosion? We Can Help!

Did you know that your tooth enamel—which is the protective, outer layer of your teeth—is generally considered the hardest substance in your body? This is especially fortunate because your enamel is vital to your dental health. Unfortunately, while your enamel is hard, it can break down, leaving you more vulnerable to cavities. Sadly, your enamel can break down for a... read more »