The Best Ways to Treat a Cracked Tooth

Have you noticed a crack on one or more teeth as you’re getting ready for the day or brushing your chompers? If so, it’s best to contact Lodo Dental and schedule an appointment with your dentist, Dr. Nicole Furuta. The sooner you treat the tooth, the better. When you come... Read more »

Helpful Hints for Halloween: Dental Checklist

As the Halloween season gets underway, it is important to make sure you're keeping your teeth safe from any damage that can occur. In addition, it is important to be aware of dental abrasion, which can arise due to heightened sensitivity in your tooth enamel brought on by sugary sweets... Read more »

Tips for Preventing Enamel Erosion and Cavities

Enamel erosion and cavities are two dental issues that can harm your teeth and smile if you’re not careful. In fact, enamel erosion occurs when acid from the foods and drinks you consume attack the tooth enamel and wear it away. This gives your oral bacteria the window of opportunity... Read more »

How to Help a Tongue Injury

Accidentally biting or injuring your tongue can be quite an inconvenience, and it can actually be pretty painful. Fortunately, there are things you can do to help your tongue and dull the pain. Our dentist, Dr. Nicole Furuta, is happy to help you by giving you the tips you need.... Read more »

Preparing Your Smile for Dental Veneers

Is your smile ready for the festivities that await you this fall? If you want to dazzle your peers, save your smile this fall with dental veneers. Dental veneers are often considered one of the pinnacle achievements of dentistry, as they are highly effective in improving and perfecting smile’s that... Read more »

Principles Concerning Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry can take on numerous forms and offer many benefits. Usually, cosmetic dentistry is used to fix, repair, enhance, upgrade, or makeover your smile. Luckily, there are many forms of cosmetic dentistry to match the many needs your teeth may have. This includes repairing abnormalities and discolorations. If you... Read more »

Remedy Misalignment with Invisalign®

Invisalign® aligners are custom-made just for you. The aligners are made of comfortable, smooth, nearly invisible plastic. The aligners are worn over the teeth and gradually shift them into their proper places. A new set of aligners is given every two weeks to help the patient progress in their orthodontic... Read more »