Jack B. Share

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Jack B. Share
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Flossing is perhaps even more important than brushing because it removes bacteria that are the precursors of plaque. When you don't floss, you're at risk for two major dental issues in your mouth: Gingivitis, and cavities between your teeth. Without flossing, you are not able to remove dental plaque buildup.Tartar is what eventually causes the damage that leads to decay and tooth loss. Most people are aware that flossing is a recommended practice for optimal oral health, yet nearly one-third of Americans never floss.

Boston tooth-colored fillings are beautiful and durable Should you consider replacing your metal fillings? Multiple silver mercury fillings detract from a smile. Amidst some controversy about their safety, one fact is clear: many people would love to have their dark fillings disappear from view. Tooth-colored fillings, restore decayed teeth, showing just beautifully smooth enamel. You don’t have to hide your smile with tooth–colored fillings. Made from a unique combination of white glass and acrylic, modern composite fillings are natural-looking and super durable. Instead of hiding your smile because you don’t want old-style amalgam fillings to show, you can smile broadly, and people will never notice your restorations.

It’s been a while since the Tooth Fairy came to visit. And now that you’re an adult with missing teeth, you can’t expect to find coins under your pillow. What you should look for, however, is the best tooth replacement option for you. If the solution you’re after is dental implants, then schedule a visit with Dr. Jack Share. He can examine your mouth and determine whether or not you are a qualified candidate for dental implants.

Does your jaw ever feel sore or tender when you wake up in the morning? Do you frequently start your days with headaches? Has your dentist ever mentioned that you have excessive wear on your teeth? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you may be in need of a night guard. Many people clench their jaw or grind their teeth at night without even realizing that they’re doing it. This is known as bruxism and the telltale signs are a sore and tender jaw, and headaches upon waking. This type of force applied to your teeth night after night can lead to early and excessive wear of your teeth. It can also cause fractures or damage to your teeth, as your jaw is capable of putting enormous amounts of pressure on your teeth when you clench. For many folks it’s stress that causes bruxism, but for others it’s sleep disorders, a misaligned bite or missing teeth that are the culprits. Taking steps to reduce your stress or anxiety is helpful, however a night guard is designed to protect your teeth from wear and damage, while alleviating bruxism. Night Guard is a removable oral appliance, typically made of plastic and similar to a retainer that is designed to protect your teeth at night while you sleep. Dr. Share will custom design the night guard that is right for you so that it’s comfortable for you to wear at night. If you would like more information,don't hesitate to contact our office.

Let the rotating heads and technology do all the work!! The goal of oral hygiene is the complete removal of plaque. The failure to consistently and thoroughly remove plaque usually is the development of tooth decay and a gum disease called gingivitis. Gingivitis, in time can progress to periodontal disease, a condition where the supportive bone around the teeth is lost. This in turn can lead to the loss of teeth. Tooth decay and periodontal disease are both preventable. The manual toothbrush is effective and thorough, but with the wrong or hurried technique, plaque can be missed. Technology has provided the patient with electric toothbrushes, which are extremely effective at removing plaque and stain without applying pressure. As a result, they are gentle on the gums and sensitive teeth. Our experience is that electric toothbrushes can significantly improve plaque removal, especially in patients with prolific deposits and patients that are less compliant.The large rotating head of the brush can efficiently cover a wider area in patients that are in a hurry. Let the rotating heads and technology do all the work!!