Is This a Dental Emergency?

Have you ever dislodged a tooth? Have you ever dealt with a cracked tooth, or simply knocked a tooth loose? Have you ever bit down and lost a crown or a filling? More importantly, do you know what you should do if you experience any of these experiences—or which qualify as an emergency that you… Read more »

Is It Time for a Dental Filling?

At St. Paul Family Dentistry in St. Paul, Minnesota, we offer amalgam fillings and composite fillings for patients who require a dental restoration, or have a damaged or old filling. Normally, dental fillings are created to withstand the ongoing pressure of biting and chewing, and with good oral care fillings can last 5-15 years, depending… Read more »

Infant Dental Care 101

From the moment a child cuts his or her first tooth (usually around six months of age), dental care becomes an important part of healthy growth and development. Caring for a small mouth full of brand-new teeth can be both intimidating and difficult, which is why we’ve provided a few tips to help you maintain… Read more »

How to Protect Your Smile as an Athlete

Smile protection is extremely important, especially when you are an athlete. Sports can harm your oral health in many ways, but if you’re smart, your teeth, gums, and jaw will remain in top-notch condition. So, to help you protect your smile while you are active, our team recommends doing the following things: Wear a mouthguard… Read more »

Preschool Cavity Prevention Interview

Dealing with a Loose Bridge

Your bridge is anchored to the secure abutments on the neighboring teeth. It is designed to be durable and hold up for a long time to come. However, it is possible for a hard fall, blow to the face, or advanced gum disease to loosen one or both anchoring abutments. If one or both abutments… Read more »

Tips on How to Prevent Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

If you want your child to grow into a strong, healthy, and beautiful smile, you need to prevent baby bottle tooth decay, and our team is happy to help you do so! In order to keep your child’s oral health successful and strong, we recommend doing the following things: · After your child eats, wipe… Read more »

A Snore Guards Provides Easy Breathing for People with Sleep Apnea

Snoring is one of the more common symptoms associated with sleep apnea and leads to a host of other issues, including poor quality sleep. If you suffer from mild to moderate sleep apnea, you could find relief from snoring problems by using a prescription snore guard at night. Your dentist can help you select the… Read more »

Get a New Smile for a New Beginning

Each year is a chance for everyone to begin something new. As the days turn over, things change and people see new perspectives, goals, and dreams they wish to have in life. That is why many people are turning to cosmetic dentistry than ever before. Having a flawless smile is a common goal, and dental… Read more »

For Pregnant Moms: Oral Health and a Healthy Delivery

If you are pregnant, your obstetrician is not the only doctor you will want to see. Your dentist is as vital to you and your developing baby’s well-being as your OB! If you have not had a dental cleaning lately, now is the perfect time to come in and let us rid your mouth of… Read more »