Most people grind their teeth from time to time, like watching a nail biting football game or during heavy exercise etc. Occasional teeth grinding is not harmful, but when it become a chronic habit, it can wreck havoc on your teeth. Teeth grinding (Bruxism) can occur due to a variety of reasons. Some of them … Continued
When it comes to dental procedures, root canals have a bad reputation. Many people put them off because of fear. The truth is that root canals today are essentially painless. Most importantly, they relieve tooth pain and save your natural tooth. Read our blog post to determine when this procedure is necessary.
Invisalign can help correct spacing issues with your teeth without the embarrassment of metal braces. However, you may question how they work since they don’t consist of traditional brackets and wires. Check out our blog post where we hope to enlighten you about how Invisalign works when compared to standard braces.
When it comes to addressing things like trauma and decay, most dentists will agree: it’s almost always best to save the natural tooth. However, there are plenty of situations where that’s just not possible. Read our blog post to learn when tooth extraction may be needed.
Did you know that gum tissue can recede? This not only changes the appearance of your smile, but it allows bacteria to spread and build up. Check out our blog post for a look at the most common symptoms of receding gums.
We are pleased to offer a variety of tooth replacement options to our patients, including state-of-the-art Zircteeth implants. Read our blog post to learn more about Zircteeth implants and one of their key benefits–their durability.
If you are missing teeth, getting implant-supported bridges may be the best solution for you. We offer Zircteeth, the latest advancement in tooth implant procedures. Check out our blog post to learn what Zircteeth are and how they could benefit you.
It may come as a surprise, but your oral health directly affects your overall health. Read our blog post where we explain the connection between the health of your mouth and your body and some common medical conditions caused by poor oral health.
Advancements in dental technology have improved even some of the oldest procedures, dental crowns included. Crowns have been used for centuries, and they’ve changed a lot in that time. Check out our blog post to learn about one of the latest developments in the area, CEREC crowns.
So you’ve decided you want a whiter, brighter smile. Now you have to decide how exactly you’re going to get to that end result. There are more options than ever these days for how to get stunning pearly whites, but having so many choices may also leave you feeling a little confused. Read our blog post for a look at professional teeth whitening vs. home remedies.
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