What You Should Know About Chewing Gum

What do you know about chewing gum? Do you ever wonder how much chewing gum could damage your teeth? While chewing gum could damage your teeth, would you be surprised to learn that you could also enjoy a number of benefits from chewing gum? If you decide to chew gum, there are a few things you should know. Many people... read more »

Foods That Cause Chipped and Cracked Teeth

You know that choosing healthy foods can help your body stay healthy and strong. Similarly, you may know that choosing the right foods can help you keep your teeth healthy and strong, and that choosing the wrong foods could damage your teeth. It is true that certain foods can crack your teeth, but do you know which foods you should... read more »

A New Competitor to Metal Fillings Has Arrived

For nearly a century and a half, the best option for filling cavities has been metal-based fillings. Thanks to modern technology, and the guidance of our expert dentists at Scott A. Young, DDS, you can now get resin-based composite fillings. Although each type of filling has its pros and cons, composite fillings are most notably important for their aesthetic beauty.... read more »

Brushing Your Teeth with Whitening Toothpaste Can Help Maintain Your Bright Smile

A white and winning smile is very beneficial in many of life’s social situations. Many people with stained teeth choose to have their dentist, Dr. Scott A. Young, administer a professional teeth bleaching treatment. This is the safest and most effective method for whitening your smile. Once your teeth have been professionally whitened, you can maintain their bright luster by... read more »

Some Advantages of Dental Whitening

When you want to improve your first impressions or feel more confident, looking into options for cosmetic dentistry is a great way to go. One of the first options you’ll come across is dental whitening. This is a fantastic way to improve your smile so you feel more comfortable smiling, talking, and laughing in social situations. Teeth Whitening is Safe... read more »

Dental Crown Treatment Steps

If you are about to fix a tooth with a dental crown in Charlotte, North Carolina, then you should expect to make two trips to our dental office. Dental crowns are strong, attractive, and reliable dental restorations that can give you the health and appearance that you’ve always wanted in a tooth, so the two dental visits are a small... read more »

All You Need to Know About Dental Filling Treatment

If you’re about to improve your oral health with a dental filling in Charlotte, North Carolina, our Scott A. Young, DDS team would like to tell you about the treatment involved so you are prepared for your appointment! When you come into our office to meet with your dentist, Dr. Scott A. Young, you can expect the following treatment steps:... read more »

Dental Bridges: What You Can Expect With Treatment

Are you interested in replacing your missing teeth? If so, your dentist, Dr. Scott A. Young, would like to tell you about a popular tooth-replacement option! Dental bridges in Charlotte, North Carolina, are beautiful dental restorations that replace your missing teeth and provide long-term results without the need for surgery. The process involved in placing a dental bridge is easy... read more »

Dental Veneers for a Hollywood Smile

If you’re looking for a Hollywood smile, dental veneers are the perfect solution. A porcelain or composite overlay is fitted to your teeth to change their shape, fill gaps, or change their shade. The goal is to build a beautiful smile that boosts your confidence for every part of your life. Ask our dentist today about our veneers. Dental veneers... read more »

You Can Help Prevent Cavities with a Simple Fluoride Treatment

Your tooth enamel is actually harder than your bones. Unfortunately, it is still possible for the bacteria in your mouth and the acidic foods and drinks you consume to gradually erode the microscopic minerals that form your tooth enamel. On a long enough timeline, unchecked enamel erosion can create microscopic channels through the enamel layer of your teeth exposing the... read more »