Dental Inlays and Onlays Can Provide Conservative Dental Care

When the molars and premolars develop cavities, they can often turn into large areas of tooth decay that require prompt restorative dentistry to protect your oral health. If you suspect you have a cavity in one or more teeth, we encourage you to schedule a visit with Drs. Lehmkuhler or... Read more »

How to Floss to Prevent Gum Disease

At First Dental, we are committed to helping you and your family avoid gum disease by maintaining effective oral hygiene habits to clean your smile. Taking proper care of your teeth and gums with daily habits such as flossing can reduce the bacteria content that contributes to gum disease. If... Read more »

Basic Oral Health Care Tips to Keep a Healthy Smile

Oral hygiene is an important step that keeps our smile healthy and teeth strong enough to last a lifetime. Without the basic oral health care essentials, our oral health can decline rapidly causing you to lose teeth and suffer from gum disease. That is why, our dentists, Drs. Lehmkuhler and... Read more »

Dental Veneers

Are you aware of the benefits of dental veneers? Veneers can improve your smile by helping to cover the cracks, chips or stain on the front surfaces of teeth. They can also add length to your teeth and close gaps in your smile. They add an extra layer of protection... Read more »

What To Do For Sensitive Teeth

Tooth sensitivity makes it hard to eat, to drink and to complete daily functions. There are many potential reasons your teeth are sensitive; it is important to seek dental advice as soon as possible to determine the cause and possible treatment. Possible causes for tooth sensitivity include: cavities, general dental... Read more »

Unlock Your Smile with Oral Cancer Screenings

If you are suffering from any uncharacteristic issues involving your teeth and gums, it may be linked to an underlying ailment such as oral cancer. In order to determine if oral cancer is present, it is important to look for the signs and symptoms that it is arising. If any... Read more »

Discover Your Smile with Mouth Guards

No matter your age, it is important to understand that a single blow to your face can severely impair your oral health, and set your teeth back decades. Thus, it is important to make sure you receive the necessary oral health care treatments through the use of oral prosthetics or... Read more »

3 More Ways to Take Care of Your Teeth

Brushing your teeth is the foundation of good oral hygiene. However, it’s not the only thing that is available to maintain excellent mouth health. Here are some more steps to consider as you take care of your teeth this holiday season. Floss: Brushing is best accompanied by flossing. It doesn't... Read more »

Oral Hygiene and Holidays

Holiday travel, family vacations, setting decorations, and going to parties: the holidays aren’t the laidback time they first seem to be! As you’re taking the time to enjoy this holiday season, we hope that you maintain your dental hygiene routine to maximize the health of your teeth and gums. Here... Read more »

Don’t Let Aging Harm Your Smile

As you age, your risk for certain oral health problems increases. You likely want to do all you can to keep your teeth healthy and strong into your later adult years. Dry mouth occurs when your glands do not produce enough saliva. Saliva is designed to be your first defence... Read more »