A Missing Tooth Needs to Be Restored

When a tooth is lost due to decay, disease or dental trauma, it can affect your mouth in a variety of ways. If the original tooth was located at the front of your mouth it could also cause you to feel uncomfortable about your  appearance, and could affect the clarity... Read more »

Treat Cavities Before They Steal Your Smile

Do you know if your teeth are adequately protected against cavities? Since tooth decay is often caused by plaque buildup, you need to target the source of the problem to protect your teeth against decay. Treat cavities before they steal your smile with these simple steps: – Floss your teeth... Read more »

Facts About Toothpaste

Do you want to know more about toothpaste? If so, our dentist, Dr. Tammeka Nickleberry, is more than happy to help you. The more you know about toothpaste, the better. In fact, knowing all about toothpaste can help you make sure you are using the best and most effective product... Read more »

Keeping Your Smile Safe From Tooth Hazards and Risks

Are you actively monitoring your daily choices to determine if any of them could potentially lead to an oral health disaster? Although it won't take a long time to do, it is a good idea to set up a checklist of all habits you practice on a daily basis, including... Read more »

The Duty of Dental Sealants

If you take a good look at your teeth, you will notice that they don’t all look the same. That is because the different sets of teeth are designed to do different things. For example, your back teeth known as your molars have the job of chewing your food to... Read more »

How to Choose Your Toothbrush

You know that you should brush your teeth at least twice daily, once in the morning and once at night. However, do you know how to select a toothbrush and how often to replace it? Dr. Tammeka Nickleberry and our team are happy to advise you about toothbrush choices. Choosing... Read more »

Enhance Your Fall Smile with TMJ Treatments

Did you know that your jaw is extremely crucial for the complex tasks that your mouth requires, including speaking correctly, as well as eating and chewing? A complex ball-and-socket joint in your jaw known as a TMJ is the mechanism through which everything else works. Your TMJs, also known as... Read more »

Fluoride Fights Cavities

Fluoride can greatly benefit your dental health. Fluoride is nature’s cavity fighter, as it helps prevent cavities in patients by strengthening the tooth enamel against acid attacks. It can also reverse early decay. This mineral can be found in many places, including: Our Office Dr. Tammeka Nickleberry can apply fluoride... Read more »