Blog

20 Jul

What Are Dental Crowns?

Your smile says a lot about you. But when your teeth aren’t in great shape, you might find yourself hiding your smile. If that sounds like you, then you might be a good candidate for dental crowns. But what are dental crowns? Today, we’ll explore what they are, the many benefits they bring, and what

read more
19 Mar

Tips for Relieving Pain After a Root Canal

Modern techniques may be able to make a root canal a far less unpleasant experience, but that doesn’t mean that they will be fully pain-free. You may experience swelling and discomfort in the few days after a root canal. While some people might be able to make it through without the aid of any pain-relieving

read more
5 Aug

Making the Most of Your TMJ Treatments

If you’ve been diagnosed with Temporomandibular Joint Disorder, commonly known as TMJ, you might at least be relieved to have an explanation for your painful symptoms. You may have experienced pain in the jaw joint or in the muscles around it; headaches; earaches; facial pain; difficulty chewing and more. Now something can be done about

read more
23 Jul

How to repair tooth wear caused by bruxism

Do you grind your teeth while you sleep at night? Clench your jaw or gnash your teeth when nervous? You might be one of the millions of people suffering from bruxism and you might not even know it. Bruxism is a medical term for excessive involuntary (or habitual) grinding or clenching of the jaw. Unfortunately,

read more
26 Jun

What Is Denture Stabilization?

Millions of United States citizens are missing a fair amount of their natural teeth. If a single tooth is missing here and there, the patient can likely get away with replacing a single tooth. However, what happens when several teeth are missing? Needless to say, things can get expensive rather quickly. This is precisely why

read more
17 May

Dental Implants for Multiple Teeth: What You Need to Know

If you’ve experienced receding or swelling gums, bleeding when brushing your teeth or you lost multiple teeth; you are likely a good candidate for dental implants. Missing teeth are more than simply annoying and uncomfortable. Our teeth provide nutrients and strength to our jaw bones and without those nutrients, bone around the vacant area gradually

read more