Water Flossers Are Always an Excellent Option

Does threaded floss hurt your fingers or hands? Perhaps you are tired of dealing with the long string of dental floss. If this sounds like you, then consider trying water flossers as a way to floss your teeth each day. To help you learn more about water flossers, Dr. Robert Jackson with Jackson Dental in… Read more »

A Composite Dental Filling Mimics the Appearance of Natural Tooth Enamel

If you sometimes struggle to remember to brush and floss your teeth, you could be putting your teeth at increased risk of cavities. When an area of tooth decay first starts to develop you might notice a minor change in surface texture of your tooth, increased sensitivity, or slight discoloration of the tooth enamel. If… Read more »

Protect Your Smile From the Effects of Acid Reflux

You may know acid reflux by its other names–reflux disease or gastroesophageal reflux disease–and you may already be aware that it causes stomach acids to come up into the esophagus. Acid reflux not only causes a burning sensation but can also be linked to other health complications, including heart disease. There are many lifestyle factors… Read more »

Earn Your Hollywood Smile With Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are very thin porcelain or composite resin shells that your dentist bonds to the front of your teeth in a procedure that hardly requires anesthesia and may be your most effective choice to improve the appearance of your smile. If you would like to achieve a Hollywood smile, dental veneers can help you… Read more »

A Knocked Out Tooth Is a Dental Emergency

Sometimes a hard fall, or a sports injury can impact the mouth with sufficient force to sever the periodontal ligaments that anchor a tooth in its periodontal socket. If this has just happened to you or someone nearby, you need to seek emergency treatment professional dentist like Dr. Robert Jackson. While you are on your way… Read more »

Cavity Prevention and Why Dental Sealants May be the Right Solution

The American Dental Association has determined the effectiveness of dental sealants for cavity prevention. Today’s blog will explore the reasons why getting sealants may be a great way to stave off cavities. Dental sealants are made from a plastic material, that when applied, is hardened, and acts as a barrier to decay-producing bacteria. Typically, sealants… Read more »

Using Quality Tooth Whitening Products Might Help Maintain a Professionally Whitened Smile

Most cases of chronic dental staining can prove to be frustrating if you’re trying to whiten your smile at home. Yet a simple bleaching treatment from Dr. Robert Jackson can help provide you with a professionally white smile that can turn heads. It’s important to take into account that even after your teeth have been… Read more »

Why Brushing is Important

Do you ever wonder why brushing your teeth is important? If so, you have come to the right blog. As you might already know, our dentist, Dr. Robert Jackson, recommends brushing twice a day for two minutes each time. As you brush, use a soft-bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste. To help you understand the importance… Read more »

Cold and Flu Season and Your Oral Health

  Cold and flu season is here, and they are just as hard on your oral health as they are your body. You will need to take care of yourself as your body fights the attack, and we have some ways for you to care for your smile along the way. Our Jackson Dental team… Read more »

Keep Your Teeth Safe During Football Season

Fall is here, and football season is well underway. During this period of the year, we unfortunately see an increase of emergency visits to our office. Though it’s not a surefire method, wearing a suitable mouth guard could prevent numerous of the oral emergency dental visits we receive. We want you to be secure out… Read more »