Oral Health Care Year in Review: Toothaches

Although toothaches can arise at any time, they are typically caused by tooth infections related to tooth decay, periodontal disease, or cracked teeth. If toothaches are not treated, it can allow numerous oral ailments and eventual pulp death to occur because bacteria will be able to enter the root of a tooth. Thus, it is important to have all toothaches... read more »

Antiseptic Mouthwash Can Help Augment Your Daily Oral Hygiene Practices

The American Dental Association advises that you should brush your teeth each morning and night, followed by flossing at least once each day. When combined with your routine dental checkups at Dr. Bin H. Park’s dental office, these basic oral hygiene practices should greatly reduce your chances of suffering from cavities and gum disease. After you’re done brushing or flossing,... read more »

Choosing an Endodontist to Perform your Root Canal

Endodontics centers on the treatment of the heart of the tooth: the pulp. The pulp is in the center of the tooth’s crown and continues in long veins down both tooth roots to other tissues in the jawbone. If bacteria reach the pulp in adult years and it becomes diseased, it can be treated simply by being removed with little... read more »

Why We Install Dental Crowns

If you have a tooth that needs covering, an oral crown is the way to do it: dental crowns, which are prosthetic dental apparatuses, cover teeth for both cosmetic and restorative purposes. Crowns are often utilized when a cavity threatens the wellbeing of a tooth, but there are other reasons why our dentist may suggest them. Here are some of... read more »

I Am Away From Home and I Knocked Out a Tooth. What Do I Do?

The last thing you want to worry about on a trip is a dental emergency, right? Well, unfortunately, dental emergencies happen and it’s important to handle the situation and improve it as much as possible, no matter how inconvenient it might be. If you’re away from home and you have knocked a tooth out of your mouth, our dentist, Dr.... read more »

Acidity and Its Relation to Dental Erosion

Dental erosion is the process of dangerous substances including harmful acids found in foods and drinks slowly wearing down the tooth enamel present on our teeth for protection. If the erosion remains unchecked, erosion can eventually lead to tooth failure. For more information about acidity and its relation to dental erosion, see below: - Your risk for dental erosion can... read more »

6 Cavity Fighting Tips

The only best way to treat a cavity is to not have one in the first place! To help ensure a bright and healthy smile, remember these basics:     Drink Water: Water rinses away the food particles, acids, and sugars from your teeth and gums. Fluoridated water, available to about 75% of the United States, provides a substance called... read more »

Can Dental Bridges Repair Broken Smiles?

Can dental bridges repair broken smiles? If you have missing teeth or a mouth in need of a tooth restoration, a dental bridge is a great place to start. Although there are other tooth restoration services that can restore a full smile to your mouth, such as dental implants and dental veneers, each one tends to lie on the extremes... read more »

Are You Ready for Your Miracle Smile?

Have you taken good care of your smile for the past few years but would like to give it a cosmetic enhancement? If you are ready for your miracle smile, consider dental veneers to make your teeth look their best. Whether you need a single veneer to correct a minor flaw in a tooth or want to give yourself an... read more »

The Players Needed for the Game Plan for a Strong Oral Health

Do you have a game plan for a strong and successful oral health? If so, you need to have the right players (also known as oral hygiene tools) to help you achieve the oral health you’re looking for. To help you know the best, safest, and most effective tools to clean your smile, Dr. Bin H. Park and our dental... read more »