Details About the ADA Seal of Acceptance

The American Dental Association seal of acceptance logo is a small, green square that is placed on products that have passed tests that have evaluated for safety and effectiveness. This program has been around since 1931 and it is still the gold standard today. The ADA does not receive compensation... Read more »

The Facts About Dental Sealants

If you are interested in protecting your smile with dental sealants, but you would like to know more about them first, here at Lakeview Dental Care we’re happy to help you! To help you learn more about dental sealants, we have provided the answers to the following questions: Who should... Read more »

Treating TMJ Disorder

TMJ disorder refers to problems associated with the temporomandibular joints that hinge your lower jaw. In most cases these problems are related to a past injury or inflammation caused by a chronic source such as grinding your teeth or the development of arthritis. Initial symptoms include a persistent dull ache... Read more »

Tooth Whitening Products for Various levels of Staining

A bright white smile says a lot about you and makes a good first impression. This drives many people to investigate their teeth whitening options. The depth of staining on the teeth in your smile, the cause of the staining and various lifestyle choices will go a long way towards... Read more »

Routine Oral Hygiene Routine for Good Oral Health

A routine oral hygiene routine is absolutely essential for maintaining the health of your mouth. Lax or ineffective techniques and products increases the chances of developing tooth decay and gum disease. Brushing and flossing twice per day and attending your regular dental checkup can give you a healthy mouth for... Read more »

Dental Sealants to Protect your Child’s Molars

The occlusal or biting surface on your child’s permanent molars and premolars can sometimes have to deep pits and contours. The function of these deep help human beings grind and chew hard foods. In some cases, your child might have especially deep contours on these teeth. Deeply contoured biting surfaces... Read more »

Tips for Improving Dental Safety

Your mouth can be just as prone to injury as any other part of your body. There are a few minor lifestyle changes and things to be mindful of that can greatly reduce chances of a dental emergency and oral injury. Your chances of suffering a chipped or fractured tooth... Read more »

3 Reasons to Transform Your Smile With Dental Veneers

Dental veneers offer a solution when it comes to transforming your smile. Dental veneers blend in to your teeth and appear as if they are your natural teeth. With long-term results lasting up to 10 years with proper care, it’s easy to see why they are rising in popularity. Here... Read more »

Custom Mouth Guards Are Important for Athletes with Braces

If you play contact sports you may have experience with retail mouth guards and their limitations. Athletes playing contact sports often complain that retail level mouth guards can feel bulky in the mouth or otherwise make it uncomfortable or hard to breathe. These kinds of complaints are even more common... Read more »

Why Your Gums Bleed

Many people suffer from bleeding gums, but most of them overlook it. Overlooking your bleeding gums is the worst thing you can do, and it’s best to pinpoint the problem and treat it as soon as possible. To help you recognize the cause of your bleeding gums, we have provided... Read more »