Why Do My Teeth Feel Sensitive?

Why Do My Teeth Feel Sensitive?

One of the most common complaints among dental patients is tooth sensitivity, which can cause discomfort when consuming hot or cold foods and beverages. In fact, the Academy of General Dentistry estimates that at least 40 million American adults have experienced...
How Often Should You Replace Your Toothbrush?

How Often Should You Replace Your Toothbrush?

No matter what type of toothbrush you prefer to use — a traditional manual brush or an electronic brush — regular maintenance and replacement is essential. Just how often you replace your toothbrush or brush head depends on a few factors, which Drs. Ali and Shery...
New Year’s Resolutions for a Healthier Mouth

New Year’s Resolutions for a Healthier Mouth

The beginning of the year is a great time to review the health habits that are benefitting you and the areas that could be improved. As you evaluate what works well and what could be tweaked, don’t forget about your oral health! In this post, Drs. Ali and Shery...
What to Do about Dry Mouth

What to Do about Dry Mouth

Saliva is necessary to a healthy mouth. It washes away food particles and neutralizes acids produced by bacteria. It aids in chewing, swallowing and digestion, and it enhances the ability to taste. When the salivary glands of the mouth do not produce enough saliva to...
Dental Health during Pregnancy

Dental Health during Pregnancy

Maintaining good oral health during pregnancy is imperative for expecting mothers and their growing babies. Oral health problems like periodontal disease have been linked to preterm, low birth weight babies and other complications. Drs. Ali and Shery Mansouri and the...