Month: January 2021

Replacing As Few Or As Many Teeth As Needed With Implants

dental concept. the hands of a dentist doctor hold a model of teeth with a dental implant

Losing a tooth as an adult can be a troubling process for many. What can be worse, however, is choosing not to replace the crown once it’s gone. Indeed, routine preventive care both in-office and at home is needed to ensure the health of your smile, and skipping even a portion of this routine could… Read more »

Time For Your Checkup!

I better check it, than treat it. Wise attractive young woman being serious about her health and paying a regular visit to her dentist while sitting in a special chair

As we move forward with 2021 and lean into the second month of this year, our team encourages you to take a look at to do’s that may not have been addressed in January. After all, the new year often holds high hopes for a number of factors one wishes to address, but sometimes every… Read more »

What Happens After You Lose A Tooth

For a number of adults, tooth loss is a very real phenomenon often brought on from a number of concerns, including decay, infection, and not following up with routine checkups and cleanings. Indeed, multiple concerns arise if you do not tend to an infected or compromised structure, oftentimes leading your dentist to recommend extraction to… Read more »

Times When Extraction Is Necessary

Being one stain or chip away from an otherwise perfect grin can be a nuisance. For a number of blemishes and discrepancies in your smile, however, cosmetic dentistry has a solution. Indeed, advanced practices nowadays makes correcting any visual issues fast and simple, and the same level of innovation and care is utilized to address… Read more »

How In-Office Teeth-Whitening Yields Better Results

While you may be taking every step to ensure a lifelong smile – including brushing and flossing regularly, visiting our team twice a year for a routine examination and cleaning, and even paying extra mind to the foods and beverages you consume as well as their effects on your teeth – your smile will continue… Read more »

Are You A Better Candidate For Partial Or Full Dentures?

Removable partial denture, mandibular prosthesis. Medically accurate 3D illustration of prosthodontics concept

Losing a tooth or multiple teeth as an adult is often not a concern we are actively keeping to the forefront of our minds. In fact, there are often so many things to accomplish in a day that our oral health takes a seat on the back burner, only receiving care in the form of… Read more »

How Your Insomnia is Affecting Your Oral Health

Tired young man feel pain eyestrain holding glasses rubbing dry irritated eyes fatigued from computer work, stressed man suffer from headache bad vision sight problem sit at home table using laptop

With hectic schedules and so much to do in a day, sometimes you are not able to get a full night’s rest to properly recharge. Indeed, a restless night and grogginess in the morning tend not to be a significant concern many people pay mind to, let alone believe it has anything to do with… Read more »

Understanding How TMJ Affects You

woman with a toothache

Many oral concerns are quite noticeable when you experience them, such as cracking a tooth, enduring sensitivity, and fighting off infection. For other concerns such as an aching jaw or noticeable popping, however, the source of the concern as well as how serious it could be is not as readily or easily known. In today’s… Read more »

Treating Internal Tooth Decay

As one of the most common dental concerns that nearly everyone is familiar with, tooth decay can affect your oral health in a number of ways. For instance, it can cause the development of cavities, infect the interior regions of an oral structure, and even cause you to completely lose a tooth. While the latter… Read more »

Conservatively Mending Blemishes with Bonding

Cracks and chips can occur at any given moment. From biting down a little too hard on a crunchy food item, to tripping and falling face-first onto the sidewalk and everything in-between, our teeth endure a significant amount of wear and tear. While teeth are one of the strongest parts of the human body, they… Read more »