Keep Your Smile Healthy with Our Gum Disease Treatment

Healthy gums are the foundation to a healthy smile. Without healthy gums to support your teeth, your teeth can become loose, fall out, and cause bone loss. At Mountain Peak Dental, our dentists, Dr. Jeff Davidson and Dr. Lynn Seamons offer gum disease treatments for our patients in Hamilton, Montana, fighting gum disease. Gum disease, which is an infection of the gum... read more »

Oral Hygiene Habits to Keep Your Mouth Clean And Smiling

To effectively clean your gum line of trapped food particles, make small circle motions while brushing. Cleaning the sides of your teeth and in-between them requires you brush these areas gently and thoroughly while holding the toothbrush at an angle. Also brush the front and back of all your teeth as well, including the biting areas and the molars. Before... read more »

The Facts About Chewing Gum and Your Teeth

Have you ever heard that chewing your gum is bad for your teeth? There may be some truth in this. However, chewing gum can also lead to a number of dental benefits. You see, chewing gum can be detrimental or beneficial—depending on the type of gum you chew. As you may have already guessed, if you choose to chew sugary... read more »

With Dental Veneers, It’s Never Too Late for a Great Smile

If you have put off getting a total tooth makeover, make the change today. This holiday season put a visit with the dentists at Mountain Peak Dental at the top of your wish list. No matter how good or poor the condition of your teeth is, they can always use all the help they can get. The job of your... read more »

Now is the Best Time to Sign up for Invisalign®

The wintry wear and tear will be banging down our doors soon. Much like the weather, the overwhelming buffet of feasts and sweets we will encounter over the holidays will do the same. Don’t let your eating habits wear down your oral health care this year. The time is now to fight back. One of the best options to fighting... read more »

Flossing Is Important for Preventing Gum Disease

Gum disease is a serious oral health issue afflicting millions of Americans every year. It is primarily caused when poor oral hygiene allows plaque and residual food particles to harden into bacteria-rich tartar. This results in the potentially dangerous inflammation and infection of your gum tissues. Flossing your teeth after you brush your teeth is a critical aspect for preventing... read more »