Tooth extractions are a pretty common part of dental care. Whether it's wisdom teeth or something else, many of us will have at least one extraction in our lifetime. Read our blog post where we go over the dos and don’ts to help you heal quickly after a tooth extraction.
You brush, you floss, and you visit the dentist for your routine visits, but do you floss your tongue? It might be time to add tongue cleaning to your regular dental care routine. Read our blog post where we let you know why it’s so important.
If you aren’t flossing regularly, you’re leaving your teeth vulnerable to some serious dental issues, including decay and gum disease. Check out our blog post where we let you know how often you should be flossing and why it’s so important that you do.
You have two joints that connect your skull to your lower jaw. Like a hinge, these joints let you open and close your mouth. When these joints or the muscles around them aren’t working as they should, it’s called TMD or temporomandibular disorder. Read our blog post to learn what causes these problems and how we treat the disorder.
When you brush and floss, you aren’t only caring for your teeth. Your gums need just as much attention. Read our blog post for tips on maintaining great gum health.
When a tooth becomes infected, it can’t heal on its own. You’ll experience symptoms like throbbing pain, sensitivity, swollen gums, and more. Root canals remove the infection, relieve your pain, and save your tooth! Check out our blog post to learn what you should expect during the root canal procedure.
Losing one or all of your permanent teeth can not only damage your self-esteem, but also make it harder for you to chew or talk properly. One of the most versatile and effective restorative options are dental implants, which look and function just like natural teeth. Read our blog post to learn if you are a good candidate for dental implants.
If you’ve had oral surgery, whether it’s a tooth extraction or root canal, there are a few measures you can take to manage your pain and ensure a speedy recovery. Read our blog post for some of our staff’s tips on pain management after oral surgery.
Adequate, restful sleep is fundamental to your overall health. Yet one in fifteen people suffer from sleep apnea, a sleep disorder that causes breathing to start and stop sporadically. check out our blog post to see how sleep apnea can affect your health.
Cavities, a very common dental issue, are small pockets of decay that develop in your teeth. When you have a cavity, the most common way to treat it is to receive a filling, which helps seal the hole created by the cavity to prevent the decay from spreading further. Read our blog post to find out why dentists prefer composite fillings.