Oral Hygiene Improvements: Dry Mouth Prevention

Have you ever suffered from a lack of saliva in your mouth? If so, what you had was also known as dry mouth. This condition is often caused by a side effect of medications you may be taking, so taking products such as painkillers, diuretics, antihistamines and decongestants can leave... Read more »

The Answers to Questions About Dental Fillings

Dental fillings are top-notch restorations that can help your teeth, smile and oral health more than you might understand. If you have questions about these restorations, our dentists, Drs. Chiru and Suryadevara, are happy to help you. To give you the answers you need, they are happy to answer commonly... Read more »

Winter Tips for a Healthy Smile

The winter season is a great time for holiday celebrations, cuddling up next to the fire, and watching holiday movies. It’s also a great time to care for the teeth, gums, and smile. In fact, if you keep your oral health in tip-top shape, you can have a healthy smile... Read more »

Properly Caring For Your Temporary Crown Can Enhance Your Restorative Treatment

Please remember that your temporary dental crown is only meant to protect the vulnerable abutment while our dentist works on placing the permanent dental crown, and is not intended to return your tooth to its original function and integrity. By taking proper care of the temporary dental crown, you can... Read more »

A Tooth With a Missing Dental Filling Needs to Be Treated Before a Severe Cavity Forms

A dental filling can often be used to repair a minor physical defect or small cavity that affects a tooth’s enamel layer. They are commonly made from materials like gold alloy, porcelain-ceramic, composite resin, or metallic amalgam. One the dental filling has been married to the surrounding tooth enamel it... Read more »

Toothpaste Can Include Special Additives

The American Dental Association advises people to brush their teeth twice each day, while also remembering to thoroughly floss between their teeth and along the gumline at least once per day. This daily oral hygiene routine should remove most traces of plaque, a sugar residue, and food particles from your... Read more »

Solutions to the Bruxism Problem

Teeth Grinding Teeth grinding, which is also referred to as bruxism, refers to the clenching of the teeth together tightly or rubbing them against each other. Many people grind their teeth from time to time, but for some, the severity is such that their oral health could be harmed. Teeth... Read more »

New to Dentures?

If you have never worn dentures before, you should expect a period of adjustment. This is particularly true if you have been living with missing teeth for some time. If you have been compensating for lost teeth when you have been eating or speaking, the presence of dentures in your... Read more »

Tips to Keep Your Smile Safe

To keep your smile safe from tooth decay and gum disease, you will want to practice good oral habits. At Complete Dental of Suwanee in Suwanee, Georgia, we advise developing strong oral habits to achieve a healthy smile. This means eating a low-sugar, low-starch diet, brushing twice each day and... Read more »

Welcome to Our New Blog!

Here at Complete Dental of Suwanee, we endeavor to use our new blog as a regular means for publishing valuable content for our community through monthly blog posts. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, we’re able to further explore some of the most important topics pertaining to our industry... Read more »