Regular Care and Cleaning Will Help Your New Partial Fit Comfortably

The partial denture crafted for you at was designed to mimic your missing teeth, as well as fit snugly with the underlying gum structure. While this will give it a natural firm fit of its own, you might still want to use a little extra denture adhesive. This will help lock the partial in place…. Read more »

Why Brushing and Flossing Are Both Necessary

Did you know that brushing and flossing are both necessary for optimum oral hygiene? Brushing your teeth is an outstanding habit to combat tooth decay and gum disease, but unfortunately, it is not enough. Brushing cannot satisfactorily remove food debris and plaque buildup between teeth, which instead must be done with an interdental tool such… Read more »

Dental Crown Placement

If one of your teeth becomes damaged or badly decayed, Drs. Hong, Fee, and Cho may recommend a dental crown in , , to return your tooth to its full glory. A dental crown is a custom-made cap that is placed over a tooth to restore its strength, shape, size, and appearance. A dental crown… Read more »

What to Expect at Your Dental Checkup and Cleaning with Our Team

Dr. Steve Hong, Dr. Dennis Fee, and Dr. David Cho strongly encourage you to take good care of your smile by keeping up on oral hygiene and visiting our office every six months for a routine cleaning and exam. To understand why professional dental checkups and cleanings are vital for your oral health, let’s take… Read more »

Preventing Cavities with Dental Sealants

Many children have difficulty brushing and flossing. Not only do they hate brushing and flossing, but they are also aren’t very good at it. This isn’t their fault, it can take time to learn the basics of good oral care. It can be easy for a child to overlook certain cracks and crevices while brushing,… Read more »

Caring for Your Teeth at an Old Age

Caring for your teeth at an old age is similar to caring for your teeth at a young age, but oftentimes just requires a bit more patience and effort. The nerves in your teeth tend to decay and become weaker over time, which can make you unaware of incoming cavities or other dental issues. Without… Read more »

You Should Seek Professional Treatment for a Toothache

If you experience a pain within a tooth or gums or a feeling of pressure and discomfort, it is likely a sign of a more serious dental health problem. Any time you feel a toothache, you should call to have it professionally treated by Drs. Hong, Fee, and Cho. Toothaches are commonly associated with some… Read more »

If You’re Missing a Filling, the Tooth Might Need to Be Repaired by a Crown

Fillings are commonly used to repair a tooth with a chip or small cavity. While they are meant to last for a long time, a filling cannot last forever. If one falls out, it can cause heightened sensitivity and invite a new area of decay to form. If there is not enough strong, healthy tooth… Read more »

Strong Tooth Enamel Helps Prevent Tooth Sensitivity

Your tooth enamel is composed of a microscopic mineral matrix. The mineral density is what keeps your teeth strong enough to prevent cavities. When you consume acidic foods and beverages, it can deplete a miniscule amount of these minerals. Over time, this can cause microscopic pores in the tooth enamel, exposing the sensitive dentin within…. Read more »

How Composite Dental Fillings Can Help Your Smile

Do you have tooth decay that needs to be repaired? Drs. Hong, Fee, and Cho may recommend a dental filling in , , to restore your tooth. Our dentists will remove the decay and then fill the area with the dental filling material. What is a composite filling? Composite fillings are tooth colored, durable fillings…. Read more »