If you are experiencing tooth pain, you may be dreading the idea of maybe needing a root canal. Fear not! A root canal is not as bad as you may have heard. Check out our blog post where we look at three common myths regarding root canal therapy.
As with any other type of medical issue, it’s not always easy to tell when a situation requires immediate care, when you can wait for a more convenient time to take care of the issue, and when the problem can be treated at home. Take a look at our blog post to find out what is considered a dental emergency.
Artificial teeth offer many perks if you need tooth replacement. However, whether you lost your natural teeth to disease or injury, you still must pay attention to your oral hygiene routine when you have artificial teeth, including dentures. Read our blog post to find out how often you should clean and replace dentures.
When your gums recede, your teeth look longer. The sensitive tooth roots underneath get exposed, too. Gum recession can happen slowly, but once you’re diagnosed, can cosmetic dentistry fix receding gums? Read our blog post for answers.
Do you regularly experience jaw pain, headaches, or popping and clicking when you open your mouth? These symptoms may be a sign that there’s an issue with your temporomandibular joints (TMJ). Read our blog post to learn about TMD to help determine if you need treatment.
Dental care can be expensive, which is why many people rely on dental insurance. What if you don’t have dental insurance? Our practice is proud to offer an in-house savers plan! Read our blog post for all the details!
Maybe it’s been quite some time since you went to the dentist’s office for a regular cleaning and exam. Maybe you go regularly but you’re curious about what’s actually going on when they’re cleaning and checking your teeth. Read our blog post to learn what goes on during these routine preventive services.
Having a beautiful smile that lasts a lifetime isn’t about luck. In fact, maintaining your ideal smile is all about the care you give it over time. Read our blog for some good oral health tips to help you keep your perfect smile.
Teeth grinding, also called bruxism, can rapidly destroy your teeth if you grind frequently. Even if you grind your teeth from time to time due to stress, it’s a great idea to invest in a nightguard for bruxism. Read our blog post for all the details!
Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the body, but the need for restorative dental work can still be necessary. Whether it’s from neglecting proper oral care or an accident, restorative dentistry can solve your dental problem! Read our blog post to learn about our restorative options.