Brightening Dull Teeth

Tons of different things can cause your once-brilliant smile to dull over the years. Even if you don’t use anything that’s harmful to your enamel and its coloring - like excessive coffee or tobacco consumption - age can do a number on the shine of your teeth. Here’s the good news, though - it’s entirely possible to brighten those dull... read more »

A Temporary Dental Crown Requires Special Consideration

If you need to have a damaged or decayed tooth repaired or cosmetically restored by placing a dental crown, this is typically done over two separate appointments to Gentle Touch Dental. For this reason, you may need to receive a temporary dental crown, which requires special care while it is worn. At your first visit, our dentist removes the layer... read more »

Understanding Mouthwash

Do you use mouthwash every day to help keep your smile clean? If not, you should learn more about mouthwash today! Mouthwash is an effective tool to keep your mouth clear of bad breath and bacteria. That is why Dr. Dexter Inniss of Gentle Touch Dental is happy to give you advice on mouthwash and how it could benefit your... read more »

How to Keep Calm at the Dentist Office

If you feel anxious about your dental appointments, you are not alone. Dental anxiety is common. Here at Gentle Touch Dental in Conyers, Georgia, we are proud to give you high-quality care and are happy to talk to you and work with your dental anxiety. That is why we are providing you with information on dental anxiety, so you can... read more »

The Four Causes of Smile Discoloration

Unfortunately, it might be a little difficult to maintain a white and brilliant smile. This is because there are things in the world today that can cause tooth discoloration. Some of those things are: -Dark Foods and Drinks: There are many drinks that can stain your smile, especially coffee, tea, and red wine. These drinks have chromogens, which are intense... read more »

Preventing and Treating Gum Disease

Did you know that gum disease, a relatively common dental condition affects 64.7 million Americans today? While common, this infection of your gum tissue should not be ignored as it can cause tooth loss if left untreated. It also increases your risk for diabetes and heart disease since the inflammation in the gums releases harmful bacteria throughout your body, so... read more »

How to Reduce Your Chances of Having Tooth Decay

If you want a strong, successful, and healthy smile for a lifetime, it’s best to do all you can to reduce your chances of having tooth decay. Tooth decay is a serious and dangerous dental issue that can alter your oral health and destroy your smile if you let it, which is why Dr. Dexter Inniss and our dental team... read more »