- Living with TMJ
- Crowns or Fillings - Which is a Better Choice?
- Laser Tongue-tie Surgery vs. Traditional Surgery
- Benefits of Dental Bridges
- Dentures: Cost, Types, and Care
- Cosmetic Bonding FAQ
- Advantages of Cosmetic Bonding
- Ten Reasons to Keep Smiling
- The Benefits of Porcelain Veneers
- The Benefits of Regular Dental Visits (Updated)
- Can Brushing Your Teeth Ward Off Heart Disease?
- How Invisalign® Compares to Traditional Braces
- 7 Common Causes of Sensitive Teeth
- 5 Medical Problems Your Teeth Can Predict
- Avoiding Time in the Dentist Chair
Living with TMJ
The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is responsible for acting as the hinge that connects the jaw to the skull and controls facial movement. However, sometimes this hinge can act up and cause health problems for its owner. TMJ disorder is a condition that negatively affects the facial areas controlling the jaw movement.
Here’s what it’s like to live w...
Crowns or Fillings - Which is a Better Choice?
Crowns and fillings are both effective dental treatments, but which one is a better choice? Well, it depends. Each dental treatment has its own time and place in which it would be the best option.
Laser Tongue-tie Surgery vs. Traditional Surgery
Does your baby have a Tongue-tie? Tongue-tie can interfere with proper breastfeeding and can cause problems further down the road with eating solid foods, swallowing, and speaking. The good news is that this condition can be corrected through a simple outpatient procedure with minimal discomfort to your baby.
Benefits of Dental Bridges
If you have gaps in your mouth created by missing teeth, you know what a hassle it can be to perform even the simplest tasks. Basic mouth movements to talk ...
Dentures: Cost, Types, and Care
Missing teeth can cause you to feel embarrassed and insecure about your smile. Thankfully, dentures can give you back your beautiful smile and also help with other things like eating an...
Cosmetic Bonding FAQ
Cosmetic bonding is a popular procedure usually undergone by patients with discolored or chipped teeth to improve the appearance of their smile. Cosmetic bondin...
Advantages of Cosmetic Bonding
Most Americans depend on their cars for being able to drive to work, run errands, or pick their kids up from school. However, when you have a ...
Ten Reasons to Keep Smiling
Your smile is the ultimate expression of you. It dictates how you feel about yourself and your emotions in any situation. One slight flaw in your smile can adversely affe...
The Benefits of Porcelain Veneers
Most of us consider smiling, talking, and eating to be simple tasks. However, when you have missing, cracked, or gapped teeth, these simple everyday ...
The Benefits of Regular Dental Visits (Updated)
The American Dental Association recommends that you visit the dentist at least every 6 months. Although, you may need to see our dentists more regularly if you have gum disease or other oral health issues that need close monitoring. Dur...
Can Brushing Your Teeth Ward Off Heart Disease?
We all know what to do (and what not to do) to prevent heart disease. Don't overe...
How Invisalign® Compares to Traditional Braces
At first glance, Invisalign® and traditional metal braces seem similar — for about the same cost, they both provide you with a stunning smile. However, a closer inspection reveals ...
7 Common Causes of Sensitive Teeth
Tooth sensitivity can be difficult to deal with, especially when something as simple as drinking cold water can aggravate it. Tooth sensitivity has many causes, so it’s important to know what could...
5 Medical Problems Your Teeth Can Predict
Are your teeth giving you trouble? The cause could be connected to an oral issue; however, it could also be a sign of a bigger medical problem. It is important to understand that the human body works through interconnected systems. As result, dentists are sometimes able to predict serious medical issues during routine dental checkups.
Some of the more serious me...
Avoiding Time in the Dentist Chair
Are you afraid of how much a trip to the dentist will cost? Many Americans avoid going to the dentist because they don’t have dental coverage. Yet, what many people don’t realize is that skipping ...