How Can I Make a Tooth-Friendly Lunch?

If you want a lunch that is friendly to your smile, then you have come to the right blog! Having tooth-friendly lunches each day can help you have a stronger and healthier smile. (Remember: You still need to keep up on oral hygiene and visit your dentists, Drs. Kang and Cho, regularly). To help you… Read more »

Don’t Forget to Take Time to Clean Your Tongue

At our dental office, we make your oral health a top priority, and we are here to meet your dental needs at ! In between scheduled dental cleanings with our team, we encourage you to practice proper dental habits daily, and taking time to clean your tongue to maintain proper oral hygiene. Your tongue is… Read more »

Don’t Get a Cavity This Holiday Season

Many of us have a list, be it long or short, of the things we want for the holidays. But “a cavity” is likely not on the list! In order to prevent getting a cavity, it is important to understand what they are, how they form, and what you can do to stop them from… Read more »

Hot Drinks and Your Teeth

Even if you do not live in an area that sees cold temperatures and snow, this is the time of the year when warm drinks are in style. Many people enjoy coffee or tea throughout the year, but this is also the season for hot chocolate and warm cider. With that in mind, we have… Read more »

Many Denture Wearers Like to Use Denture Adhesive

A like Dr. will sometimes recommend a complete or partial denture to address a significant case of tooth loss. This removable dental appliance can often serve to replicate the essential function of teeth lost to severe dental trauma, untreated tooth decay, and chronic periodontal disease. The base of the denture will be designed in a… Read more »

Keeping Your Toothbrush Clean

Your toothbrush is not the most complicated thing in your house. You don’t have to check its fluid levels or its wiring, and you don’t have to change the oil. But it does need a little maintenance, but don’t worry, not much. To clean your toothbrush, you only need to rinse it under the tap… Read more »

What You Need to Know About Composite Fillings

If you have tooth decay, Dr. Kang and Dr. Cho may recommend a dental filling in , , to restore the health of your tooth. Our dentists will remove the damaged section of tooth and fill the area with the dental filling material. At , we utilize composite dental fillings, which are white. Advantages of… Read more »

Is Enamel Erosion Causing Problems in Your Smile?

Unbeknownst to many, tooth enamel is the strongest material in your body. But even so, this strong outer layer of your teeth which protects the dentin layer beneath it is still susceptible to erosion due to acid attacking it. Dentin is the bonelike material that protects a network of nerves, and when it is exposed,… Read more »

Keeping Your Teeth White After Your Treatment

There are plenty of options for whitening your teeth. There are toothpastes, mouthwashes, strips and kits available on the shelves of many stores. However, the safest and most effective way to whiten your teeth is with an in-office treatment available from Dr. at . Whitening your teeth at the dentist’s office is fairly easy and… Read more »

Restore a Tooth With a Dental Implant

Are you missing one or more permanent teeth? Do you yearn to have a beautiful, fully functional smile once again? Ask Drs. Kang and Cho how a dental implant in , , can help you. What are dental implants? A dental implant is a restoration that replaces both the crown and root of your tooth…. Read more »