Birmingham AL Dentist Office Blog

Dental Care to Reverse Aging

Aging can take a toll on your smile. As we age our teeth may experience changes making our smiles look older than we feel. Our Birmingham AL dentist office Spink Dentistry offers a range of cosmetic dental treatments that can…

Restore Your Smile With Restorative Dentistry

Birmingham AL dentist Dr. Bruce Spink offers restorative dentistry for your healthiest and most natural smile. Today’s restorative dentistry is more natural looking, comfortable and longer lasting than ever before. With modern technology and Dr. Spink’s advanced training, our dentist…

The Signs of Teeth Grinding

If you experience consistent tenderness or pain in your jaw, ears, or have frequent headaches, you may be grinding your teeth. Frequent teeth grinding or jaw clenching can cause damage to your smile, and is a leading cause of temporomandibular…

Give The Gift Of A Healthy Smile

The winter holiday season is a time to celebrate with your friends and family. Many of our Spink Dentistry patients exchange gifts this time of year, and we would like to suggest giving the gift of a beautiful smile! Birmingham…

Same Day Dentistry

E4D dental technology has revolutionized the way Spink Dentistry is able to preform restorative dentistry treatments. What once took weeks, now may be completed in just one visit to our Birmingham, AL dentist office. Custom porcelain dental crowns can now…

Spooky Plaque

The scariest part of Halloween is the damage all that candy does to your teeth! Spooky plaque feeds off sugar, allowing it to rapidly spread and take over your mouth. Plaque buildup can cause gum disease, bad breath, sensitive teeth,…

Fighting Tooth Decay

Tooth decay and cavities affect most patients at some point in their lives. Children and adults are equally susceptible to decay, which is the result of harmful bacteria making their way into the crevices in our teeth, filled by sugars…

Cosmetic Bonding Vs. Porcelain Veneers

Cosmetic dentistry is not just recommended for making over a smile, but can also serve an important role in helping to maintain a healthy smile. As we age, tooth structure is weakened and can cause our teeth to become chipped…

Oral Health And Halitosis

Do you suffer with persistent bad breath? Is your bad breath affecting personal and professional interaction? Bad breath, also known as halitosis, can be the result of many things, including what you ate for dinner! However, if you have persistent…

Keep Your Smile Healthy

Dental health can have a huge impact on the overall quality of life and wellbeing. This is why it is so important to maintain good oral health and to visit Dr. Bruce Spink regularly. At the Birmingham, AL office, Dr.…