A Bridge Might Be Needed to Restore a Decayed and Fractured Tooth

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When tooth decay afflicts a tooth, it will gradually continue to spread. Should you procrastinate professional dental treatment at Shaia Dental Care, the problem will inevitably worsen. Sometimes so much of the tooth enamel structure is compromised that the tooth severely fractures. When this happens, Dr. Anthony Shaia might need... Read more »

Never Give Up on Your Oral Hygiene

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Never give up on your oral hygiene. Even as the fall flowers and sugar skies tower towards us to trick our teeth with tempting treats and delicious sweets for Thanksgiving and beyond, we must stand fast to our daily routines. It is important to keep up our brushing and flossing,... Read more »

Protecting Your Newly Filled Tooth

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At Shaia Dental Care in Parma Heights, Ohio, Dr. Anthony Shaia and his team are delighted to offer our patients composite resin dental fillings, a long-lasting, tooth-colored material to repair minor to moderate damage in a tooth. Once a tooth has been filled, it may take a few hours to... Read more »

Freshening Your Smile with a Spring Cleaning

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March is finally here and spring is officially on its way. If you are prone to the spring cleaning bug, you know the routine; sweeping out the old, refreshing what’s left, and welcoming the new. Spring is a time for letting fresh air in, as we ready for newer, vibrant... Read more »

Preventing the Dangers of Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

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As you may already know, baby bottle tooth decay is a serious and dangerous problem that can ruin your child’s smile at an early age. This issue generally occurs when the sugars and bacteria from the liquids in the bottle cling to the smile and harm the gums and teeth.... Read more »

Taking Care of Your Dental Sealants

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You know that brushing and flossing your teeth (and gums) is your most effective way to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Another effective strategy is to apply dental sealants to the molars and premolars. Sealants are a relatively inexpensive and easy to apply--in one dental visit--protection for the biting... Read more »