Determining the Cause of Tooth Sensitivity Will Help Find an Effective Treatment

Discomfort when consuming certain foods and beverages can be disconcerting. While the sensations might be reduced by regular use of a tooth sensitivity toothpaste, it might not be in your best interest. In many cases, tooth sensitivity is a symptom of another dental health issues. Determining the cause of your tooth sensitivity will help Dr. Nadia Hamouda to determine the... read more »

You Can Have Stronger, Healthier Teeth from Increased Fluoride Exposure

The health of your teeth is directly related to the strength of your tooth enamel. Inconsistencies in your daily oral hygiene routine and the frequent consumption of acidic foods and beverages can weaken the mineral density of your tooth enamel. Of course, limiting acidic foods and beverages, including soft drinks, will go a long way toward preventing this from happening.... read more »

Toothpaste: The Ingredients that Will Clean Your Smile

Do you ever feel overwhelmed or confused when you think about the ingredients in your toothpaste? If so, our White Pearl Dentistry dental team is here to help you. By better understanding the role of each ingredient, you’ll be able to trust the product much more. So, we would like to tell you all about the top four common ingredients... read more »

The Acronyms Of Dentistry

AAE. N2O. TMJ. Are these the newest texting acronyms in the digital world? Nope, they are actually acronyms common to the dentistry world. Understand a little more about what your dentist is talking about by learning what these acronyms stand for. Associations ADA: American Dental Association AAE: American Association of Endodontists AAP: American Academy of Periodontology AAO: American Association of... read more »