Did you Get a Cracked Tooth? Here’s How You Need to Repair It

A repeated exertion of pressure by biting down on solids can cause cracks to develop in your teeth. Some examples of such things are ice, popcorn kernels, and hard candy. If a person has developed habits such as jaw clenching or constantly grinding their teeth, the chances are also high... Read more »

Restorative Dentistry Sometimes Employs a Dental Bridge

There are several methods that can be used to replace a missing tooth. For people who are not interested in the oral surgery needed to install a dental implant, a dental bridge might prove to be a viable option. This is a single piece of dental work crafted to fill... Read more »

A Mandibular Advancement Snore Guard Can Reduce Sleep Apnea Problems

Sleep apnea is a serious respiratory disorder afflicting an estimated 40 million Americans each year. It is primarily caused by issues with the soft palate slipping toward the back of the throat. This results in significant snoring complications and potential issues with breathing interruption while you’re sleeping. Poor sleep quality... Read more »

Seven Bad Oral Hygiene Habits to Break in 2017

With the new year comes New Year’s Resolutions. You may resolve to eat healthier, exercise more, or read more books. A New Year’s Resolution to make and keep is to improve your brushing habits. Improving your oral hygiene can in turn improve your oral health. Below are seven bad brushing... Read more »

We can Use Fillings and Crowns to Repair Tooth Decay

Cavities are tooth decay that chews a hole in your tooth enamel, the outer layer of your teeth. If you don’t brush and floss consistently, a sticky film of bacteria, called plaque, can form on your teeth. These bacteria make acid that eats at your teeth from the sugars you... Read more »

Dental Checkup FAQ

Regular dental visits are important no matter what your age. About 100 million Americans fail to see a dentist each year, even though regular dental cleanings and exams and proper oral hygiene can prevent most oral disease. Below are some frequently asked questions about going to the dentist. What are... Read more »

Some Tooth Trivia to Help You Smile

At Trinity Dental Center Robert Berkowitz and our team want our patients in Anderson, South Carolina, to know how important their smile is. Your smile consists of several components working together to help you function effectively. You have your teeth, gums, cheeks, tongue, throat, and saliva production making up this... Read more »

The Facts About Cavities

Did you know that cavities are simply another name for tooth decay? Fortunately, the number of cavities Americans have every year has decreased significantly. This is due in large part to increased awareness of the importance of oral health, including brushing and flossing to prevent cavities. But tooth decay is... Read more »

Amalgam and Composite Fillings

Unfortunately, there are times when even the most consistent daily oral hygiene routine is still not enough to prevent the pervasive bacteria in your mouth from causing a cavity. If you notice a tooth suffering from heightened sensitivity or a change in your tooth’s texture, you shouldn’t delay in calling... Read more »

Let Us Restore Your Fresh Breath

With the holidays around the corner, will your breath prevent you from interacting with the people you love? If so, you are not alone. Issues with the breath are actually fairly common, and they can make social interactions unnecessarily unnerving. The good news is, bad breath, also known as halitosis,... Read more »