Taking Care of Your Back Teeth

If you look at your back teeth, also known as your molars and premolars, right away you will notice a difference between them and your other teeth. Your molars and premolars are equipped with ridges, known as cusps. The purpose of your cusps is to chew and grind you food... Read more »

Signs You Might Have Gum Disease

If you don’t know how to fight gum disease, your chompers could be in major danger. Periodontal disease, which impacts virtually 50% of the population, is one of the chief causes of tooth corrosion, bloody gums, and lost teeth. Here is a small summary on what causes periodontal disease, who... Read more »

Solving the Problem of Sensitive Teeth

You may notice that when you bite or chew, you experience either pain, or just an uncomfortable feeling. You may also have the same sensation when you eat or drink hot, cold, or sweet foods and drinks. Sensitive teeth can be the result of any number of things. Cavities and... Read more »

Choosing Implant-Supported Dentures

Missing teeth is not a condition with which you have to live. There are many options available for restoring your smile, one of which is implant-supported dentures. Unlike regular dentures which sit on your gums, implant dentures sit on top of implants that are anchored in your jaw. Implant dentures... Read more »

Oral Health Care Procedures: Dental Sealants

Would you like to know the advantages that dental sealants can provide? Are you aware that dental sealants are safe for almost any age beginning at six when a child’s first set of molars begin to grow in? Dental sealants are applied directly to your tooth enamel for an additional... Read more »

Dental Emergency Tips

A key component of oral health care includes planning for emergencies. Although they are rare, they can strike at any time and seriously damage your mouth. Protect your smile with these oral emergency tips: A Tooth is Knocked Loose: It is possible for teeth to be easily dislocated due to... Read more »

Using a Night Guard

It’s not uncommon for some people to grind their teeth when they are angry or under stress. But in some instances, people may grind their teeth and not even be aware of it. Frequently, this can occur at night while the person is asleep. In many cases it is not... Read more »

Are You a Candidate for Teeth Whitening?

Here at Dr. Paul Lee, we want to give you your best smile as well as protect your teeth from any possible problems or future risks. Teeth whitening in its different forms is a procedure where a product is used to remove stains, discolorations, and/or lighten teeth. Some of the... Read more »

All About the Teeth-Grinding Habit

Teeth grinding is a common dental issue in the world today, and many people don’t even know they have it! This is because the habit typically occurs at night when you are sleeping. Usually, people find out they are grinding their teeth because a spouse or partner tells them. You... Read more »

This Summer, Protect Yourself from Oral Emergencies

This summer, protect yourself from oral emergencies. Oral emergencies are accidents and injuries that can occur to your smile in an instant, often with debilitating effects. However, effective planning and preventative preparations can increase your success and recovery rates if the worst should occur. Listed below are a few samples... Read more »