Your Teeth Need Healthy Treats

Are you eating the right foods to help keep your teeth strong and healthy throughout your lifetime? If not, that’s OK because we can help you! Your oral health is essential and should be taken care of, which includes eating the healthy foods you need for your smile to thrive... Read more »

Effective Cavity Prevention Can Keep Your Smile Healthy

Do you know if you have are at an increased risk for cavities? Cavities create small holes in the tooth enamel, and if you have noticed the occurrence of dental erosion and holes in your smile, it could be a sign that your oral hygiene may not be effective. We... Read more »

You Can Improve the Appearance of Your Teeth With Dental Veneers

Chronic dental stains and other cosmetic imperfections that appear on your front teeth can leave you with an unappealing smile. Many people in this position experience a decreased sense of self-confidence in social situations. If you have been struggling to deal with unsightly discolorations on your teeth, you might want... Read more »

Minor Defects to a Tooth’s Enamel Layer Might Be Treated with Cosmetic Bonding

Physical defects that alter the appearance of one or more of your teeth can also cause you to feel socially awkward when you smile. Some patients with divots or minor chips in a tooth can also be at increased risk of suffering from a severe cavity. If you have a... Read more »

A Bruxism Fracture Needs Professional Treatment

Bruxism is the technical term associated with the chronic act of night grinding. It is often associated with unresolved chronic stress. However, some adults and children might grind their teeth as a side effect of an untreated allergy When bruxism occurs on a frequent basis the excessive force from clenching... Read more »

The Surprising Fact About Chewing Gum and Your Teeth

Your dentist can confirm that chewing sugarless gum is actually beneficial to your teeth, and is a great addition to your dental health routine. It’s been around longer than you probably realize. In ancient times, people made chewing gum out of tree sap. Over the years, improvements have been made... Read more »

Oral Sedation: Another Anesthetic Your Dentist May Choose for You

One of the most well-known types of dental sedation is nitrous oxide, also called laughing gas, but did you know there are several other types of anesthetics your dentist can choose for your procedure? The type of sedation your dentist will recommend will be based on your level of anxiety,... Read more »

Welcome to Our New Blog!

Here at Capitol Square Dental, we endeavor to use our new blog as a regular means for publishing valuable content for our community through monthly blog posts. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, we’re able to further explore some of the most important topics pertaining to our industry and... Read more »