Every time you visit our office, there are many reasons our team reminds you to brush and floss. The main reason is to prevent decay and periodontitis, also known as gum disease. Read our blog post to learn about the best tools to fight gum disease.
It’s no doubt that it’s hard to take your eyes off a beautiful bright smile. While teeth whitening is a simple cosmetic procedure that provides instant results for a brighter, whiter smile, it’s not always the right choice for everyone. Check out our blog post to help you discover if teeth whitening is for you!
When the third molars erupt, it can be hard to avoid the pain or discomfort as they sprout through the gums. Unfortunately, wisdom tooth growth can make brushing and flossing difficult and impact the teeth around them, which is far more hurtful than wisdom tooth removal. Read our blog post to learn more about wisdom teeth removal.
Thanks to modern technology, most of our procedures have become faster, more comfortable, and more efficient. In fact, some can even be completed in just one day. Read our blog post to learn more about dental implants and whether or not same day implants exist.
There are a number of persistent rumors that swirl around root canals, and one of the most common is that root canals are a painful procedure. Check out our blog post where we dispel that rumor, and make sure that all of our patients are comfortable getting this incredibly beneficial and routine procedure.
Tooth decay, also known as a cavity, can creep up on anyone, including those who think they take good care of their oral health. If you have had a cavity, you likely can remember the ache and pain cavities are known to bring on. Read our blog post to find out what else you need to know about cavities.
No one likes going to their routine cleaning and exam only to hear that there’s a cavity or other dental problem present. After all, healthy teeth and gums make eating, speaking, and other daily activities enjoyable. Read our blog post for advice to help you stop dental problems before they happen!
While TMD is more likely to appear in adults than in children, it can develop in kids. You may be wondering, however, if TMJ treatments can still work with patients so young, especially if your own child is experiencing TMJ issues. Read our blog post for what you need to know.
Did you know that February is Gum Disease Awareness Month? Read our blog post for some oral hygiene tips to raise awareness and help you avoid developing gum disease.
Some people believe that dental implants are only for the elderly. Read our blog post to learn about dental implants, including who are the best candidates for the procedure.