Dental Air Abrasion

Many people can’t think of going to the dentist without imagining the sound of the dental drill. That’s because, whether preparing a tooth for a dental crown, removing cavities, or performing root canal therapy, dentists have relied on this time-tested technology for years. However, modern dentists also have a newer option for removing portions of the tooth structure without that familiar noise of a... read more »

Outstanding Review for Janie, Dental Hygienist at Kutsch & Renyer

We always love to get great feedback from our patients. Here’s what a recent patient had to say about their experience with Janie: "Janie has been my hygienist for many years. She is great! Gentle and sweet, I feel like she is my friend . When I do need dental work, I don't have the fear I did for so... read more »

Do I brush or rinse first? James Brown has the answer.

    Everyday we get calls about how to properly use the CariFree products.  One of the main hang-ups for people is the order of product use.  If you are like most of America, you probably grew up brushing your teeth THEN rinsing with mouthwash. However, with CariFree things are a bit different.  No matter what gel and rinse you... read more »

What Is Deep Teeth Cleaning?

Everyone knows that keeping your teeth clean is important, and that regular visits to a good dentist are a great way to make sure your mouth is in tip-top shape. But many people are confused when they hear the term "deep teeth cleaning." If your dentist has recommended deep teeth cleaning to you, here's a little information on what it... read more »

Fruit Juice and Sports Beverages

Little athletes love sports drinks!  These popular beverages are colorful, tasty and can be refreshing to drink after a game in the hot sun, but they can also be harmful to developing teeth. To protect your child’s smile from the acid and sugar that these drinks contain, limit their intake to only after a game, and not all-day consumption.  It... read more »