Root Canal Therapy vs. Tooth Extractions

The patients at the Charleston Center for Cosmetic & Restorative Dentistry can weigh the options of root canal therapy vs. tooth extractions for an infected…

Posted by John Rink DDS on Oct 12, 2017

The Benefits of Tongue Scrapers for Your Oral and Physical Health

Dr. John Rink can often prevent the need for restorative dentistry treatments by teaching you about tongue scraping and other hygiene routines.

Posted by John Rink DDS on Sep 11, 2017

The Connection between Dental Damage and Aggressive Tooth Brushing

Did you know that you can damage your teeth by brushing them too aggressively? Learn how to avoid this common oral hygiene pitfall.

Posted by John Rink DDS on Aug 11, 2017

How Medications and Poor Gum Health Are Connected

Dr. John Rink provides information on how medications and poor gum health are connected.

Posted by John Rink DDS on Jul 12, 2017

What Are the Stages of Tooth Decay?

There are five stages to tooth decay, with cavities becoming more serious as they progress. Let's consider cavity formation and your treatment options.

Posted by John Rink DDS on Jun 11, 2017

The Most Common Causes of Bad Gums

There are many different causes of periodontal disease and gum recession. Let's consider what they are and offer some preventative care tips.

Posted by John Rink DDS on May 14, 2017

Tooth Sensitivity and Chewing - What Are the Causes?

Dr. John F. Rink offers restorative dentistry services to treat the dental conditions that cause tooth sensitivity when chewing.

Posted by John Rink DDS on Apr 14, 2017

A Brief History of Toothpaste and Choosing the Right Product

At Charleston Center for Cosmetic & Restorative Dentistry, we understand the history of toothpaste and how it has impacted the products available today.

Posted by John Rink DDS on Mar 14, 2017

Treatments for Fractured Teeth: Fixing Your Smile

Tooth fractures can lead to major health and wellness issues. Let's consider some common cosmetic and restorative dentistry treatments.

Posted by John Rink DDS on Feb 14, 2017

What Causes Tooth Sensitivity to Hot and Cold Foods and Beverages?

Dr. Rink can thoroughly examine your teeth to determine the cause of your tooth sensitivity to hot and cold and recommend the appropriate treatment.

Posted by John Rink DDS on Jan 13, 2017

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