Maintaining Your Dental Work

Not all dental problems require major dental work. In fact if your tooth decay is in its earliest stages, you have a chip in your teeth, or your teeth are discolored, the wrong size or unevenly spaced, your dentist may be able to fix the problem with a dental bond or a veneer. Both of… Read more »

Aid Your Smile With One of These Mouthwash Options

Your smile’s health is essential to keep in tip-top shape. In fact, if you neglect your oral health, you could suffer from rotted teeth, bad breath, gum disease, and many other complications along the way. That is why it is imperative to keep up with your oral health hygiene routine each day, which includes brushing… Read more »

Bleeding Gums: Spotting Signs of Gum Disease

Most of the time, noticing bleeding gums while brushing or flossing shouldn’t be a cause for alarm. This may simply be the result of brushing too hard or flossing enthusiasm. But, if the bleeding happens frequently, you should make an appointment to come in and see us. It may be a sign of gum disease,… Read more »

Wisdom Tooth Removal and What to Know

Most people naturally have a set of third molars that reside deep in the gums due to the evolutionary process. These molars are called wisdom teeth, and they are no longer necessary in the modern age. However, they still tend to emerge in late adolescence. Many people need to have their wisdom teeth removed, and… Read more »

All About the Facts of Flossing

It’s very important to floss at least once a day. This is because flossing can help you have the top-notch smile and oral health you deserve. If you’re one who fails to make flossing a priority, you might not know all you should know about flossing. So, our dentist, Dr. Bogdan Bodroug, is happy to… Read more »

Why Early Gum Disease Treatment Matters

If you notice signs of gum disease in your smile, we urge you to seek professional dental treatment right away. Here at Quality Dental Care, we are familiar with the dangers of gum disease, and we are committed to providing gum disease treatment early to prevent the damaging effects of an advanced infection. There are… Read more »

Teeth, Gums and Interdental Cleaners

How often do you find yourself reaching for dental floss? The answer should be at least once every day. This is because you should be flossing between your teeth daily. However, individuals often forget to clean between their teeth and thus end up more prone to oral health risks such as tooth decay and cavities…. Read more »

Poor Oral Hygiene Habits Can Cause Persistent Plaque Acids in the Mouth

The American Dental Association advises that you to brush your teeth each morning and night, and that you remember to thoroughly floss between each of your teeth and gumline at least once per day. This basic oral hygiene routine is essential for clearing away sugar residue, plaque, and stray food material. If you fail to… Read more »

The Reasons Why Oral Hygiene Is Important

Did you know your dentist, Dr. Bogdan Bodroug, strongly recommends keeping up on oral hygiene? Well, it’s true. This means you should brush every morning and night and floss and rinse daily. Oral hygiene is very important for your oral health and smile. To help you understand why, our dental team is happy to list… Read more »

Take a Safe Approach When Removing Something Stuck Between Your Teeth

The spaces between teeth can sometimes be tight. When a hard piece of food, meat fiber, seed, or fruit peel becomes trapped in these minute gaps, it can sometimes cause significant pressure and discomfort. In these moments it’s important to remain calm while taking a safe approach to remove the item. The last thing you… Read more »