Dental Implants: What They Are, How They’re Attached, And What They Can Do For Your Teeth

There are several ways to fill the gap of missing teeth such as the use of dentures or bridges. However, dental implants are the most secure, long lasting option available. What Dental Implants Are The implant is a titanium posts that acts as the root of the tooth. Attached to... Read more »

Happy Thanksgiving from Durham Dentistry

With the Thanksgiving holiday approaching, have been spending extra time appreciating everyone and everything we are thankful for here at the office of Durham Dentistry. We are thankful for each and every one of our patients. We appreciate your kind words and friendship, your ongoing support, and all the referrals... Read more »

How to Freshen Your Breath

Today is National Fresh Breath Day! Celebrate by following these tips to make your breath nice and fresh. Drink More Water: Drinking water helps to produce more saliva which fights bad bath. The smell-producing bacteria thrive when your mouth is dry. Drinking water also helps dislodge particles that are stuck... Read more »

Losing Your First Tooth

Do you remember what you felt when you lost a tooth for the first time? Were you excited to become more grown up, or scared that your body was falling apart? Children react to this adolescent milestone in a variety of ways, and it is important to talk to you... Read more »

Spring Cleaning your Teeth

If you’re busy spring cleaning, why not add a spring dental cleaning to your to-clean list? We know how important a healthy smile is, and we’re happy to help you out with your spring cleaning (of your teeth, that is)!Visit us for a cleaning so we can remove any plaque... Read more »

Oh Eggs!

While sitting at the table and coloring hard-boiled eggs with your children this Easter season, you can teach them all the benefits of eggs! Not only are they beneficial for overall health, but they benefit your teeth too! Eggs are a great source of phosphorous, which is essential to healthy... Read more »

Why Chewing Ice is Bad for your Teeth

Using your teeth as tools is tempting sometimes, but it causes damage that you can’t see right away. When you chew on ice, you are causing extreme temperature and pressure changes, thus creating micro-cracks in your tooth enamel. It can chip your teeth, as well as cause gum injury, too.... Read more »

Chocolate and your Teeth

With Valentine’s Day in February, you might have received a delicious box of chocolates from your sweetie. Or maybe you just like to indulge in the occasional chocolate, regardless of Valentine’s Day. Well, did you know that chocolate can actually be good for your teeth? It’s true; your dentist is... Read more »

Cold Weather and Sensitive Teeth

With the cold winter months upon us, some have noticed their teeth being sensitive to the cold. While hot and cold sensitivity is common, there are things you can do to help relieve the pain of sensitive teeth. First, don’t brush too hard. Brushing aggressively can wear down the enamel... Read more »