Category Archives: Cavity

Dentist Appointments and Coronavirus

Dentist Appointments and Coronavirus Cosmetic Dentist in Buffalo, NY

Learn About Dentist Appointments and Coronavirus Whether is it your first or your fiftieth dentist appointment, you may have some concerns, especially when it comes to new protocols following the coronavirus pandemic. It is completely common to have dentist appointment concerns, and even more so with COVID-19. In this blog post we wanted to help […]

Dental Filling Costs

Dental Filling Costs Composite Fillings Cosmetic Dentists in Buffalo, NY

How Much Does A Dental Filling Cost? If you are in need of a dental filling, you may be worried about how much it will cost. If you have dental insurance, it is likely covered as it is a common and necessary treatment. However, if you do not have dental insurance, there will be a […]

Dental Treatment Costs

Dental Treatment Costs Buffalo Cosmetic Dentist Free Consultations

Dental Treatment Costs If you know you need to see a dentist, you may have concerns about dental treatment costs. At Teach Dental Group, we know that your finances are important to you so we want to be clear and transparent about the fees associated with dental treatment. This way, you can make an informed […]

Preventative Dental Care

Preventative Dental Care Experienced Buffalo Dentist Office

Preventative Dental Care If you worry about your dental health, you should be thinking about preventative dental care to keep your teeth healthy. Teach Dental Group offers superior care for preventative dentistry. Preventative dental care today can help save you time and money in the future by preventing decay and other oral health issues. Keep […]

Cantilever Bridge

Cantilever Bridge | Buffalo Dentist | Teach Dental Group | Buffalo, NY

If you have missing teeth or gaps seen throughout your mouth that have been caused by decayed or fallen teeth, a cantilever bridge may be a good option for you. When you have these spaces, partaking in daily life tasks such as eating or smiling can be difficult and cause you to feel self-conscious. With […]

Temporary Filling

Temporary Filling | Teach Dental Group Buffalo, NY | Tooth Decay

Have you ever suffered from a painful cavity that caused great discomfort when you performed daily tasks like eating or drinking temperate dishes? If so, you have probably received a temporary filling. If not, you are one of the lucky individuals who hasn’t yet received a cavity or oral damage yet. A temporary filling is […]

Fluoride Treatment

Fluoride Treatment | Buffalo Endodontist | Cavities | Tooth Decay

If you have ever been to the dentist, it is likely that you received a fluoride treatment there. These treatments are known to improve the quality and strength of your teeth. Fluoride is a mineral that forms in natural bodies of water like lakes and oceans. Fluoride treatment can help reduce cavities, prevent tooth decay, […]

2017 Halloween Candy Buyback Program

2017 Halloween Candy Buyback Program

This Halloween, Teach Dental Group will be taking your kids’ candy…and replacing it with sugar-free alternatives. Our office is a platinum partner with the thirteenth annual Halloween Candy Buyback, a program that allows dentists throughout the country to educate their young patients about the importance of dental care—without sacrificing the fun of trick-or-treating. What is […]

Is Dental Amalgam Safe?

Is Dental Amalgam Safe Experienced Buffalo Dentist Explains

Mercury amalgam fillings were among the most popular options for fillings for several decades. Though the metallic substance in these fillings contained metals such as copper, silver, and tin, about half of the dental amalgam material was mercury, an element that is toxic to living organisms. Because fillings slowly deteriorate over time, many individuals who […]

Dental Sealant Benefits

Dental Sealant Benefits Experienced Dentist in Buffalo, NY

Children’s teeth and adults’ teeth alike can benefit from dental sealants, which are an aspect of preventative dentistry that helps to fend off infection and decay. As the name suggests, the sealant forms a protective barrier around an individual tooth, making it more difficult for bacteria to penetrate the enamel. In the video below, dentist […]