Dental Sealants Help Prevent Common Occlusal Cavities

The occlusal, or biting, surfaces of your teeth are called upon to bite, chew and grind the foods you eat every day. The molars and premolars in the back of your mouth are the workhorse teeth that are called upon to process food in several different ways. To aid in this endeavor, the processes of… Read more »

Options for Whitening Your Smile

Considering whitening your smile? You’re not the only one. When he American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry asked dental patients what they most want to improve about their smile, the most common response was to have whiter teeth. You have three general options: Over-the-Counter Whitening Products These products contain special chemical agents designed to gently break… Read more »

Dental Veneers Replace the Faces of Your Teeth with White Porcelain

A white and winning smile is an important element for a self-confident social life. If multiple teeth in your smile have been afflicted with stains, chips, or other cosmetic imperfections, it can have a significant adverse impact on your self-esteem. Fortunately, the dental team at Keystone Dental Group is all highly trained and experienced in… Read more »

Gum Disease in Children: The Facts

You may have heard that gum disease is actually a serious problem that you should have treated as quickly as possible, but did you know that there are a few common rumors that are accepted as fact too often. For instance, did you know that your children are actually as vulnerable to gum disease as… Read more »

The Tricks to Keeping Tooth Decay Away

Cavities are common dental problems for adults which can be easily prevented. If you’re one who is cavity-prone, our dental team has some helpful information for you! To keep your smile from tooth decay, we encourage you to do the following things on a regular basis: -Clean your smile: Oral hygiene is extremely important. So,… Read more »

Warning Signs You May Have Bruxism

Bruxism refers to a condition in which a person grinds, gnashes, and clenches their teeth unconsciously to the detriment of their jawbone, teeth, and gums. Over time, the precious tooth enamel we possess is stripped away by the process of grinding teeth. Sleep bruxism specifically refers to the movement disorder during sleep, which in effect,… Read more »

Welcome to Our New Blog!

Here at Keystone Dental Group, 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 area of expertise here on… Read more »