Maintain a Happy Smile with Teenage Dentistry

Caring for your teeth as a teen is extremely important. The teen years are filled with numerous oral health hazards and risks including mouth jewelry, smoking, sports, and drugs. In order to ensure that your smile has the best chance of success later on in life, exercise caution with all... Read more »

The Basics of Gum Disease

Did you know that if you do not treat your gum disease, the problems can reach much farther than just your mouth and teeth? For example, if you inhale the bacteria from gum disease for a long period of time, you could develop a respiratory infection. If that bacteria should... Read more »

Three Oral Health Issues to Watch out for as You Age

Aging affects your oral health as well as your body, so watching out for issues that can harm your smile is vital. Today, our Who Does Your Teeth team is happy to talk about three oral health issues to watch out for that can harm your smile as you age.... Read more »

Braces Can Improve Your Oral Health & Smile

Your new braces were installed at Dr. Jeffrey Neal’s orthodontic clinic to gradually reposition your teeth and correct their alignment. This involves a series of consistently timed adjustments to tighten the orthodontic components and stretch the periodontal ligaments that are responsible for anchoring your teeth in your mouth. Maintaining the... Read more »

Our Digital Scanner Can Make a Great Impression on You

Dr. Jeffrey Neal has recommended that you have a dental restoration placed. In many offices, this would mean that a traditional mold would be made. If you have ever had one of these impressions before, you know that they can be uncomfortable, goopy, and messy. At Who Does Your Teeth,... Read more »

The Oral Hygiene Tools that Can Help Your Oral Health

As you may already know, oral hygiene is vital for your oral health. However, you might not have known that if you have the wrong smile-cleaning tools, your oral hygiene routine may not be as effective and it might even damage your smile. So, it’s important to use the best... Read more »

Cleaning Your Tongue

You may do a great job of brushing your teeth twice a day for two minutes at a time with a fluoride toothpaste. You may even be a champion flosser, and you may even be the person who never misses an appointment with the dentist. But if you are keeping... Read more »

Are You Informed about Baby Bottle Tooth Decay?

Are you aware that as soon as the first tooth erupts above the gum line in your child’s mouth, tooth decay can occur? Thus, caring for your child’s mouth should commence if it hasn’t already. If teeth are visible, they need to be cared for daily with toothpaste. Ideally, you... Read more »

A Fluoride Treatment Can Help Reduce Your Chances of Suffering a Cavity

Poor oral hygiene habits can cause plaque acids to build up in our mouth. When this happens on a frequent basis the acidic environment can start to gradually demineralize your tooth enamel. This puts you at increased risk of suffering cavities on multiple teeth. If Dr. Jeffrey Neal notices signs... Read more »

Why Visiting the Dentist is Important During Pregnancy

Are you pregnant and haven’t attended the dentist yet? Come see Dr. Jeffrey Neal for an appointment today! Your dental visit is even more important during your pregnancy due to fluctuating hormones causing swelling, gum disease or perhaps even gingivitis. These dental problems can be avoided here at Who Does... Read more »