What Should You Expect from a Tooth Sensitivity Checkup?

When chompers remain sensitive for too long, it’s probable that they’re a sign of a larger underlying condition, like gum disease. Left untreated, gum disease could lay waste to your oral cavity. But don’t worry: your friendly team at Laura A. Miller, DDS. is here to assist you. A general visit includes an evaluation of… Read more »

Beware the Complications of Oral Piercings

If you are considering receiving an oral piercing, we encourage you to be informed of the potential health risks. For example, do you know how safe your oral piercing will be, or how it may impact your oral health? Our dentist and team want to discuss the risks of oral piercing to help you be… Read more »

Stay Away from These Spooky Snacks

It is important to make sure you take the necessary steps to protect your mouth from dangers that can occur this holiday season. For Halloween, numerous treats and sweets can easily damage your smile. This includes products that can wear down your tooth enamel or even cause oral accidents to occur. Listed below are a… Read more »

Wondering How to Whiten Your Teeth?

With the thousands of foods and materials out there that can stain pearly whites, you may find that your teeth aren’t as shiny as they once were. Awesome news: wanting a brighter smile is more rampant than you may think, and there are some possibilities you can pursue if a brighter smile is your goal…. Read more »

Oral Health Conditions: Dry Mouth

As the harvest season comes into effect, it is important to make sure you’re doing everything you can to protect your teeth and gums. Although it is important to brush and floss effectively daily, there are various symptoms that can arise even if you have flawless oral health care. One known oral health condition which… Read more »

Antiseptic Mouthwash Can Help Kill Oral Bacteria

Brushing your teeth twice each day and flossing at least once is the foundation of an effective daily oral hygiene routine. If food particles, sugar residue, and plaque aren’t removed from your teeth on a daily basis, they can quickly harden into bacterial calculus. At the same time, the development of plaque acids in your… Read more »

Can Your Oral Health Be Improved with Dental Fillings?

Products and ingredients such as sugar are often the culprit of cavities, along with plaque buildup. Within plaque exists bacteria that can convert sugar into harmful acids capable of chewing through tooth enamel. If tooth enamel is damaged enough, a hole forms known as a cavity, which will need to be treated with dental fillings…. Read more »

Getting the Most out of Your Mouthguard

Most people would agree that you should wear a mouthguard if you play contact sports like football or hockey. But what about sports like kayaking, rock climbing or or skateboarding? Many school districts and leagues have made mouthguards a required piece of equipment for some sports, but protecting your teeth should be a priority when… Read more »

Get Help for Your Bruxism Today

If you suffer from jaw pain or teeth clenching as you sleep, then you are not alone. Our team here at in , , takes your oral health very seriously, which is why we want to talk to you about how to get help for your bruxism, also known as teeth clenching, today, so you… Read more »

The Causes of Bad Breath

If you have bad breath, then you know how embarrassing it can be at times. That is why our team in , , is happy to talk to you about the triggers that could be causing your bad breath, so you can avoid them and keep your breath clean and fresh. Halitosis, which is also… Read more »