Dental Restorations: Treatments for Gingivitis

When addressing your oral health care, it is important to figure out the risk factors present and what you can do to keep your smile safe. In several instances, you may find yourself struggling with oral health conditions that are not easily found if you aren't visiting your doctor for your routine checkups. One of the earliest conditions and indications... read more »

Replacing Missing Teeth with a Dental Bridge

If you are missing teeth, you are at several disadvantages. Gaps in your smile will make you feel self-conscious about your appearance, in social and work situations. Additionally, missing teeth can make it difficult for you to speak and chew. The spaces left by your teeth provide places for bacteria to breed and for plaque to accumulate, and your remaining... read more »

The Finer Details of Teenage Dentistry

As a teenager, you are often confronted with life changing decisions that will help push you into adulthood and towards the person you wish to be. The same can be derived about your oral health. As your adult teeth begin to take hold in your mouth, the oral health decisions you make can influence your smile forever. In order to... read more »

Have You Considered a Fixed Dental Bridge for Your Smile Gaps?

If you have one or more missing (or extracted) teeth in a row, have you ever considered wearing a dental bridge to help your smile regain its confidence? At Tyjuan Williams DMD in Augusta, Georgia, Dr. Tyjuan Williams and our team are excited to offer fixed dental bridges for our patients who need help with missing teeth. It is an... read more »

Does Soda Really Affect Your Oral Health?

Did you know that your diet actually has a major impact on the health of your pearly whites? In fact, sugars in the food you eat can create an environment where bad bacteria can thrive. Still, would you be interested in learning there are a number of dental issues you may have to deal with if you decide to drink... read more »

Caring for Your Teeth as You Age: What You Should Know

As you age, it can become more difficult to care for your body. However, did you know that it can also be more difficult to care for your oral health as you age? Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do—and should know—to better care for your teeth as you age. If you’re older, you’ll be more vulnerable... read more »