Oral surgery is a branch of dentistry that treats more serious, complex dental cases. There are many procedures under this branch. Read our blog post to learn more about the different types of oral surgery procedures and when they may be necessary!
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Oral cancer screenings are just as important as dental cleanings! Oral cancer screenings can help catch early signs of cell abnormalities that could indicate oral cancer. Take a look at our blog post for what you need to know about oral cancer screenings and how often you should be getting them!
Most people grind their teeth occasionally, but a smaller percentage clench and grind their teeth enough for it to be a problem, especially at night. Check out our blog post for some ideas to help you stop grinding your teeth at night.
Whether you’ve moved to a new area or are just switching dental homes, what questions should you ask? Read our blog post for a look at five important ones.
Your parents told you it when you were younger. You’ve read it before in various articles. It’s no lie that regular dental exams and cleanings are important. Read our blog post to find out why they are so important for oral health.
As with basically every other product out there, there are countless options when it comes to toothbrushes. Check out our blog post for the best dentist recommended toothbrushes for different cleaning needs.
Most of the time, patients undergo wisdom tooth removal to avoid serious complications these teeth may cause. If you fall under needing wisdom tooth removal, read our blog post for some tips for successful aftercare!
Between fun in the sun or work, it’s understandable if you’re spending some more time snacking. Luckily, summer brings fresh, healthy fruits and veggies good for teeth and your body! Read our blog post to learn about summer foods that benefit your teeth.
The temporomandibular joint, or TMJ, connects each side of your lower jaw to your skull. The TMJ is responsible for opening and closing your mouth and other mouth motions. Check out our blog post for five signs you might have TMJ/TMD disorder.
Though a tooth infection can take several months to develop, noticeable hints of pain and discomfort can make you suspect there’s something wrong. Instead of waiting for sensations to surprise you, read our blog post to learn about the top three reasons for tooth infections.