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.
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.
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.
Have you started to notice that your gums are pulling back and leaving more of your teeth exposed? This is a condition called receding gums, and it doesn’t just affect the way your smile looks. Read our blog post to learn about treatment and prevention of receding gums.
Our team always has an eye on trends in the field of dental technology. We have introduced a number of innovative techniques to our office in an attempt to offer the best quality dental care around. Read our blog post where we explore the benefits of CEREC one-visit dental crowns, available at our office.