How to Prevent & Reverse Cavities

While maintaining your oral health may seem simple, it can be difficult at times. Your ability to prevent or reverse tooth decay is largely dependent on the environment in your mouth and how much decay is already present. To give your teeth their best chance of reversing minimal decay and... Read more »

Dentures for Complete and Partial Tooth Replacement

A full and beautiful smile is always possible, even you have lost most or all of your teeth. Our team at Catron Family Dentistry can help you regain your beautiful smile by offering options for replacing missing teeth with dentures. We are pleased to offer complete and partial types of... Read more »

Possible Causes of Sensitive Teeth

Is it a painful event every time you eat ice cream or sip on a hot beverage? Do you dread brushing and flossing due to dental discomfort? If you do, you may be suffering from sensitive teeth. Potential sources may include: -Cavities from tooth decay -Broken, chipped, or fractured teeth... Read more »

Dental Bridges: Common Questions Asked

If you have questions about dental bridges, then you have come to the right blog. Today, our dentist, Dr. Chad Catron, is happy to discuss some details about dental bridges by answering some commonly asked questions about the restoration. Who knows, you might have the exact same questions! The commonly... Read more »

What Dental Implants Can Do for Your Smile

What are dental implants? A dental implant may be recommended for an individual who has lost a tooth due to severe decay, an accident, advanced gum disease or another dental issue. A dental implant is made up of an implant post, an abutment and a dental restoration. The dental implant... Read more »

Smile Therapy: Cosmetic Dentistry Enhancements

  Caring for your smile includes caring for the look of your smile. Even if you're cleaning your smile and making sure it remains strong, unsightly blemishes or irregular teeth can drastically diminish the look of your smile, as it will have a negative impact on the appearance of your... Read more »

Winter Tips for a Healthy Mouth

Do you want a healthy mouth this winter? If so, you need to care for your teeth, gums, and smile. Fortunately, this isn’t as tough as you might think it is. In fact, to properly care for your oral health, our dentist, Dr. Chad Catron, encourages you to do the... Read more »

How to Keep a Dental Bridge Clean

While your new dental bridge is made of durable materials that can’t be infected by bacteria or tooth decay, it still requires daily attention as part of your oral hygiene routine. Your mouth can experience hardened tartar caused by plaque and residual food particles that can lead to periodontal disease.... Read more »

Look Back at 2017 With a Smile

It’s the end of the year, which means it’s the perfect time to look back and reflect on all the good times—and the improved smiles—of 2017. At Catron Family Dentistry, we have had so many patients change their smiles for the better this year. Some changed the appearance of their... Read more »

How to Protect Your Smile When Playing an Instrument

As you play your favorite instrument, you don’t usually think about your smile. This can be dangerous and our dentist, Dr. Chad Catron, asks you to keep your smile in mind. If you’re not careful, the bacteria on your instrument, the pressure on your mouth from playing, and even the... Read more »