What You Need to Know About Symptoms of Gum Disease

Have you begun to show any signs of gum disease? Gum disease, also frequently referred to as periodontal disease, is a condition in which you have bleeding gums that will need to be properly treated. Even if you aren’t showing any signs of bleeding gums, and have an infection with your gum tissue, it is… Read more »

Got a Damaged Tooth? Consider an Amalgam Dental Filling

If you have a damaged and decayed tooth, then an amalgam dental filling might be right for you. Amalgam dental fillings are strong, reliable and metal-filled dental restorations that last for quite some time. They are also known as silver fillings and they can help you restore full health and function of your tooth. Our… Read more »

Optimum Smile Construction: Sedation Dentistry

Do you ever suffer from stress or anxiety about visiting the dentist office? If so, it could be linked to fears associated with receiving oral health care treatments. Oftentimes, individuals may be afraid of feeling painful sensations while their teeth are being worked on. However, modern dentistry provides numerous forms of sedatives to cover these… Read more »

The Basics: Cavity Prevention

Preventing cavities includes always being aware of their risk factors. One of the most common risks associated with cavities is plaque buildup. A cavity is a hole in your tooth enamel, and can be prevented by stopping the dental erosion formed from plaque buildup. Plaque itself can convert sugars and starches into harmful acids which… Read more »

A Misshapen Tooth Can Be Addressed with a Dental Crown

Genetics and certain external factors can sometimes cause a permanent tooth to emerge in an imperfect shape. If the tooth is located in the front of your child’s mouth, it could cause them to feel uncomfortable about the appearance of their smile. In a situation like this, you should consider setting up a consultation appointment… Read more »

Dental Anxiety Tips and Tricks

Are you in need of a dentist but suffer dental anxiety? If so, we can help you! Dental anxiety is a serious condition, and the good news is, Dr. Kate Steele with Steele Dentistry in Denver, Colorado, is here to help you through the process. The first thing to think of about visiting the dental… Read more »

A Dentist Needs to Examine a Chipped Dental Veneer

Dental veneers are typically created from a special dental grade porcelain. These materials can mimic the appearance of natural tooth enamel and improve the appearance of your teeth. Dental veneers cover the face of a tooth and may include the biting edge. However, you should keep in mind that veneers are not as hard as… Read more »

Tooth Sensitivity Toothpaste Might Accidentally Mask a Dental Health Problem

Every year, millions of Americans experience some degree of tooth sensitivity. Early on, some people may try a toothpaste that reduces tooth sensitivity. Most brands approved by the American Dental Association are formulated with potassium nitrate to minimize sensitivity symptoms. While such a  specially formulated toothpaste might provide you with reduced discomfort and allow you… Read more »

Is It Time to Choose a New Toothbrush? We Can Help!

It’s important to choose effective tools to keep your smile in good shape. However, many patients are unsure how to choose the right toothbrush. Fortunately, our dentist and team can help you decide between a manual and electric toothbrush to choose the right tool for your smile. When selecting a toothbrush, speak with Dr. Kate… Read more »

Important Dental Insight on Tooth Hazard Treatments

  Protecting your smile doesn’t have to be a full-time job. However, there are a few things you should do to ensure your smile can thrive for the rest of your life. Set forth and effective oral health care plan checklist so you can make sure that any tooth hazards that arise in your daily… Read more »