What are Dental Caries, and What Can I Do About Them?

Dental caries are simply another term for run-of-the-mill "cavities." So, what you can do to keep from getting them is just what your mother told you. Don't eat too much sugar, brush and floss every day, and see your dentist regularly. Once you have them is another matter altogether. If caught early, dental caries can sometimes be reversed. Treatments with... read more »

An Amalgam Dental Filling Might Be Able to Repair a Small Cavity on a Molar

The average person has eight molars in the back of their mouth. These large teeth are primarily tasked with chewing and grinding food before swallowing. If you struggle to effectively brush and floss around all surfaces of the tooth, residual bacterial deposits could gradually start to foster a cavity. As it continues to affect the tooth enamel it could cause... read more »

Full Mouth Reconstruction and Your Smile

Does your smile need full mouth reconstruction? Dayton Comprehensive Dentistry, Dr. Cory Sellers can help. Here are some commonly asked questions and answers: What is full mouth reconstruction? Full mouth reconstruction includes any dental treatment that entirely reconstructs either arch of teeth. What kinds of smiles might need full mouth reconstruction? -Those with missing pearly-whites due to gum disease or... read more »