Achievements in Dentistry: Oral and Throat Cancer Detection

Do you routinely inspect your mouth for any signs of oral cancer? Are you visiting your dentist on a consistent basis for oral cancer screenings as needed? Are you regularly inspecting your mouth for any signs and symptoms of oral and throat cancer? To test your knowledge and awareness of oral and throat cancer, take… Read more »

You Can Have Positive Oral Health With These Tips!

Did you know, having positive oral health is achievable? There are daily steps and tips you can apply in your life that can significantly improve your oral health. Without care, your smile can begin to fade, resulting in damage to your teeth and gums. That is why keeping positive oral health is essential in your… Read more »

Cosmetic Dentistry is Helpful for Improving Your Smile

Many people are more self-conscious about their smile than ever before thanks to magazines, television, and movies showing beautiful, flawless smiles everywhere we look. The good news is, a beautiful smile is within your reach! Our dentist, Dr. Amanda Rhoades with Eastern Hills Dental in Cincinnati, Ohio, offers cosmetic dentistry and is happy to help… Read more »

A Dental Crown Can Often Address a Misshapen Tooth

Genetics and other factors can sometimes cause developmental problems with a permanent tooth. In some of these cases, the tooth might emerge from the gums shorter than its surrounding counterparts or deformed in shape. Without professional treatment, the misshapen tooth could eventually fracture or eventually lead to a problem with dental attrition. A tooth-like this… Read more »

A Dental Filling Might Be Able to Treat a Minor Case of Tooth Decay

Poor oral hygiene practices can lead to latent bacterial deposits and persistent plaque acids in your mouth. Over time this can start to demineralize your tooth enamel which promotes tooth decay. Early signs of a problem with a tooth could include heightened sensitivity, a change in texture or general discomfort in the affected tooth. Some… Read more »

A Chipped Tooth Needs to Be Examined by a Dentist

The tooth enamel layer on each of your teeth is intended to be hard enough to bite, chew and grind food. It is not necessarily strong enough to handle the unnatural forces that could be applied by nibbling on foreign objects or using your teeth as improvised tools. In some of these instances the tooth… Read more »

Can Dental Sealants Help Prevent Cavities From Impacting Your Molars?

A healthy smile takes daily effort to overcome the effects of tooth decay and cavities that endanger your teeth. By brushing your teeth twice a day for two minutes at a time, and flossing thoroughly at least once a day, your teeth (and gums) get the daily care they need to triumph over tooth decay… Read more »

Patients With Dentures Often Use Denture Adhesive

A complete denture is sometimes needed to help restore the essential function of a mouth that has lost or suffers from severely compromised teeth. Some patients need a denture to replace one set of teeth, while others need both sets of teeth replicated. The complete denture will be produced in a state of the art… Read more »

How to Define Jaw Pain

If you have pain and discomfort in your jaw, the best thing you can do is define it. This means to determine the underlying cause. This can help you eliminate the problem and find the comfort you deserve. To help you do so, our dentist, Dr. , is happy to tell you about a couple… Read more »

Squaring Out What Are Cold Sores and Canker Sores

Cold sores and canker sores are oftentimes confused for one another because when someone sees a sore, they sometimes instantly consider it as either one. Both mouth sores — from time to time known as soft-tissue disturbances — can be painful, disagreeable, and may potentially be the result of a more grave condition. Dr. and… Read more »