You know good dental habits keep your teeth and gums healthy, but when you’re at the dentist, you may feel tempted to bend the truth. Very often, however, the dentist can tell when you’re lying. Read our blog post for a look at the four most common lies and reasons why your dentist knows the truth.
Sharp, dull, or throbbing tooth pain can be an unpleasant experience and put a damper on your smile. Tooth pain can start at any time, any place. Read our blog post to understand the different types of tooth pain and their causes so you can identify the next steps you need to take to relieve the pain.
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.
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.
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!
Dental care can quickly end up on the back burner throughout the year. Before you know it, it’s December, and you’re scrambling to set up dental appointments to use your dental benefits before they expire. Read our blog post to learn the three best ways to use your dental benefits in 2022!
Are you the kind of dental patient who keeps up with routine visits to the dentist, or do you only make an appointment after something has gone wrong? Check out our blog post for a list of the top 5 reasons why you should find a dentist for routine care.