Dental X-rays play a vital role in maintaining optimal oral health. Discover why regular X-rays are necessary and how advancements in digital technology have made the process more convenient and comfortable for patients.
If your mouth or jaw hurts, you have pain while chewing, or your gums are swollen, an abscessed tooth may be to blame. An abscess is a pocket of pus that damages oral tissues and can spread to other areas of your body. Read on to learn more.
Sugar tastes so yummy — in cakes, cookies, candy, and more. But it can also wreak havoc on your health, especially your oral health. Read on to learn how sugar impacts your teeth and gums and what you can do to combat its adverse effects.
Sleep apnea is more than just a problem with snoring. This condition can also negatively impact your health. It may surprise you to learn that Your dentist has a solution. Read on to learn all about it.
If you want straighter teeth, you have more options now than ever before. Traditional braces are no longer your only choice to get straighter teeth. In this post, we describe five benefits of Invisalign® which may be a better solution for you.
Though you can’t stop natural age-related changes that affect your dental health, you can take steps to prevent tooth loss. Here’s what you need to know about aging, its influence on your teeth, and how to hold on to healthy teeth.
When you want a better smile, you may think braces or teeth whitening. But if veneers didn’t pop into your mind, maybe they should. Find out how this lesser-known solution may be the best thing for your teeth since toothpaste.
If you (or someone you love) has diabetes and you’re not aware of the relationship between diabetes and gum disease — or you are aware but have questions about what it means for your health — it’s time to learn. Here’s what you need to know.
Halloween is time for trick-or-treating, but when it comes to candy, those treats play some major “tricks” on kids’ teeth. Don’t stop your ghosts, goblins, and witches from collecting Halloween treats. Just steer them in the right direction.
Dental work that requires multiple appointments and temporary prosthetics can be stressful. If you need a dental crown, the one-and-done CAD/CAM crown may be the perfect solution. Read on to learn more.
Your smile faces many challenges, but it’s often the first impression the world has of you. You can combine a range of dental treatments, each designed to help you achieve a smile behind which you can face the world with confidence.
If you’re missing one or more teeth, you may be considering how to best replace them. You have some options, but we would like to suggest you consider the gold standard: dental implants. In this post, we give you five reasons to choose implants.
You believe you have good oral hygiene. You brush, floss, and see the dentist twice a year for cleanings and checkups. There’s one more thing you could do for optimal oral hygiene: tongue scraping. Learn more about it.
Patients often turn to Invisalign for the cosmetic appeal of a straight smile. The benefits of the clear, removable system only start there, however. Your improved bite adds up to better overall oral health.
If you’ve noticed that your teeth are sensitive when you brush and that your gums feel tender, it’s time for a dental checkup. You may have an early stage of gum disease that a special deep cleaning can help control or eliminate.
Your mouth feels like a desert and water only provides a temporary reprieve from that arid feeling. Called dry mouth, this condition can lead to serious complications that threaten your overall oral health.
Crooked teeth are more than a cosmetic concern. They can cause a plethora of dental problems. Read on to learn why straight teeth are essential to optimal oral health and how Invisalign makes getting them easy.
Much like other areas of your health, your oral health can undergo some significant changes as you age. Here’s a look at some of these changes and how we can help preserve your ability to smile, chew, and talk.
When it comes to replacing missing teeth, dental implants are your best choice. They don’t just give you more natural-looking results than a bridge; they last longer and function better too! Learn more about why implants are the preferred option.
Invisalign® clear aligners are a revolutionary way to correct orthodontic complaints without the physical and cosmetic discomfort of braces. The aligners are effective on a number of smile complaints, including these six common issues.
Optimal oral health goes beyond having a bright smile. You need healthy teeth to chew and even speak, which is why it’s crucial that you take care of your mouth. Ditch these bad habits for the sake of your teeth.
It’s recommended that adults get at least 7 hours of sleep every night. Does your snoring keep you or your loved ones awake at night, robbing you of quality sleep? Find out more about sleep apnea and how a oral appliance can correct your snoring.
Dental anxiety is a real problem! In fact, many people avoid the dentist because they’re too afraid. Fortunately, sedation dentistry is a treatment that can help ease dental anxiety. Keep reading to learn more.
Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps that fit over your natural tooth. But when would you need a dental crown? You may need a dental crown for many reasons, from strengthening a fractured tooth to improving tooth discoloration.
The Invisalign® system frees you from the metal-mouth look and inconvenience of braces with a series of virtually invisible, form-fitting trays that gently correct the alignment of your teeth. Taking care of your trays is easy, but important.
When imperfect teeth keep you from showing off your smile, it’s time to do something about it. Keep reading to see why veneers are a popular choice for discoloration, chips, cracks, and even misaligned teeth. They may be just what you need!
Millions of Americans have such severe dental phobia that they avoid getting preventive dental care. If this sounds familiar, read on to learn about sedation dentistry and how we can help you feel comfortable and relaxed while under our care.
Missing teeth can take a toll on your oral health and self-esteem, and there are plenty of options to replace missing teeth. For function, comfort, and durability, however, it’s hard to beat implant crowns. Learn more here.
When you have a cavity, you get a filling. If you chip a tooth, you get a crown. But what if you have a whole mouthful of problems? That’s when you need full-mouth rehabilitation. Find out if your dental issues warrant a complete overhaul.
If you want to straighten your teeth, but shudder at the thought of metal braces, you’ll choose Invisalign because they’re invisible. But wait until you learn all the ways these comfortable aligners make it easy to get the smile you desire.
Sleep apnea is an increasingly prevalent sleep disorder that leaves you tired and irritable during the day and increases your risk of other health problems. If you’ve tried a CPAP device and given up, it’s time to try something more comfortable.
Worried about your next dental visit? Dental anxiety and phobias prevent up to one in five Americans from seeking routine dental care. If you’re one of them. sedation dentistry could be the right solution for you.