If you have a problem with your teeth or gums, when should you see an emergency dentist? Read our blog post for a look at five signs you should visit us as soon as possible.
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Maintaining good oral hygiene is essential for overall health and well-being. However, sometimes our daily oral hygiene routines may not be enough to keep our mouths healthy. Check out our blog post for a look at three signs your oral hygiene routine needs improvement.
After wisdom tooth surgery, recovery time can range from a few days to up to two weeks. Because the foods you eat after wisdom tooth removal can either ensure a quick recovery or cause setbacks and delays, you should choose wisely! Read our blog post for a look at foods you should eat after wisdom teeth removal.
TMJ is an abbreviation for “temporomandibular joints.” These two hinge-like joints on either side of your face connect your jawbone to your skull. Unfortunately, these joints can develop problems, causing pain and discomfort. Read our blog post to learn about TMJ and the various TMJ disorders that impact oral health.
Did you know that the American Dental Association recommends that Americans visit the dentist every six months? We know that our patients are busy and that scheduling time to come to our office can be hard to fit into your calendar. Check out our blog post where we offer 4 impossible-to-ignore reasons for why you should visit the dentist twice a year.
Are you missing teeth and looking for the best course of action to replace them? There are many tooth replacement options for you to choose from! One of the most common tooth replacement solutions is a dental bridge. Read our blog post for what you need to know about dental bridges and whether or not they are right for you!
If you’re feeling sensitivity and pain in a particular tooth, you might have a cavity! Cavities are small pockets of decay that develop on the surface of your teeth. And they’re quite common, too — most adults have had at least one cavity before. Check out our blog post for a look at three things you didn’t know about cavities, and ways you can prevent and treat them.
Our team thoroughly examines your mouth for any abnormalities during routine dental exams. Read our blog post to learn why oral cancer screenings are so important!
Root canal therapy has a bad reputation for being exceedingly long and painful. Check out our blog post where we dispel the myths surrounding root canals and walk you through what happens during this common procedure.
Children are like little sponges soaking up everything they see and hear around them. At that impressionable young age, experiences can have long-term effects on how they perceive and go about the world as they get older. That’s why it’s so critical that kids have positive dental experiences so they don’t develop dental anxiety in the future. Read our blog post to learn how to choose a dentist who can prevent childhood dental anxiety.