Five Reasons to Schedule a Dental Visit

You may have been told that you should visit the dentist every six months for dental checkups, but sometimes you may need to see our team at E.G.I. Dental more often if you are experiencing certain health conditions that could affect your oral health. We offer five reasons you may... Read more »

Is Gingivitis Courting You?

Do your gums look slightly red or puffy? Do you have discomfort when brushing your teeth or flossing? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you could be in the early stages of periodontal disease. Commonly called gingivitis, this infection in the gums may begin being mild but... Read more »

Tricks to Make Flossing More Convenient

If you struggle to floss at least once a day, then your smile could be in danger. Flossing is very important for your oral health because it helps you prevent major dental issues, like tooth decay and gum disease. Our dentist, Dr. Warren Cheung, strongly encourages you to floss each... Read more »

Toothache Relief When You Can’t Get Right Into the Dentist

Toothaches are often caused by cavities that have reached deep into the pulp of the tooth where the nerves reside. Sometimes, unless it’s an emergency, it might take a couple days to see your dentist. That's bothersome when you have a painful toothache. When the pain begins it can range... Read more »

Four Foods to Avoid If You Want Healthier Teeth

For a healthy smile, you know the importance of brushing and flossing daily and seeing your dentist routinely for professional cleanings. But that's not the only secret to a healthier smile. In addition to eating a balanced diet that provides you with tooth-friendly vitamins and minerals, you should avoid those... Read more »

Dental Sealants and Cavities

Dental sealants are magnificent choices for many of our patients. Do you have oral sealants? Would you like to? Read on to find out a tiny bit more about oral sealants and how they’re used to treat cavities. If you would be interested in a checkup to receive dental sealants,... Read more »

Selecting Toothpaste

Your toothpaste tube is empty. It’s time to restock on toothpaste. Our dentist and team are happy to give you some tips about the different types of toothpastes available and some general things to look for. Overall, we encourage you to purchase the toothpaste that best suits your needs. Fluoride... Read more »

A Chipped Tooth Is at Increased Risk of Developing a New Cavity

Even if you aren’t experiencing any initial sensitivity or distress in a newly chipped tooth, you should still have it examined and repaired by a dentist like Dr. Warren Cheung. If the compromised area of tooth enamel isn’t addressed in a reasonable amount of time, the area could start to... Read more »

End of the Year Discussions about Dental Floss

Do you know the proper techniques for flossing your teeth? Although flossing is not a difficult skill, changing a few techniques and methods with your flossing sessions can have a much better rate of success. In addition, the products you use can also play a key role in the effectiveness... Read more »

Antiseptic Mouthwash Can Help Kill Bacteria as Part of Your Daily Oral Hygiene Routine

Your daily oral hygiene routine is the very first line of defense to help prevent cavities, periodontal health problems, and other oral health conditions. To aid in this effort the American Dental Association offers several guidelines and recommendations to help consumers maintain good oral health. This includes brushing your teeth... Read more »