Toothaches can mean many things to different people. What they all share in common, however, is that the sensitivity usually isn’t harmless, and if not addressed, it won’t likely go away on its own. Aside from “how do I find relief?” there are other questions you should ask about your toothache to determine how serious… Read more »
Category: Sensitive Teeth
Whether you endured a sports injury or bit down on a peach pit, your teeth can become chipped or broken. Unfortunately, a damaged tooth increases the risk of tooth decay or dental infection. Your Rochester dentist, Dr. Gilly Calcagno, offers a number of cosmetic and restorative techniques to return your broken tooth to full function… Read more »
On average, about one out of every eight adults has sensitive teeth, which make this oral ailment fairly common. These sensitivities could occur when eating or drinking overly hot or cold foods and even sweets. Luckily, this issue is easily resolved with some daily at-home treatments. Dr. Gilly Calcagno, your Rochester, MN family dentist shares… Read more »
What do you do when you break a tooth? A damaged tooth leaves your smile vulnerable to bacteria and infection. Thankfully, your Rochester dentist, Dr. Gilly Calcagno, can repair broken teeth. In today’s blog, Dr. Calcagno discusses our cosmetic and restorative procedures.
A toothache doesn’t sound very bad until you develop one. Then, what seemed like a small and unimportant problem grows into something debilitating. What can make a toothache even worse is not knowing its cause or how to care for it, so your Rochester MN dentist, Dr. Calcagno, is sharing a few tips for dealing… Read more »
A beautiful smile builds confidence. In fact, a recent study conducted by Kelton Research revealed that people with brighter smiles are considered more successful and attractive. Over time, our teeth become marred with stains. Thankfully, treatment is available. In today’s blog, your Rochester dentist, Dr. Gilly Calcagno, explains how Kor Whitening can help brighten your… Read more »
That sharp sting that shoots from your teeth when you bite into an ice cream sandwich is commonly called tooth sensitivity. If you’ve experienced this sensation, you know that when it occurs, you’ll do anything to make it stop. The pain can range from nagging to extreme. How Teeth Feel Human teeth have three basic… Read more »