One of the best things about the holiday season is letting yourself indulge in all of the special treats and goodies while spending quality time with family and friends. Unfortunately, many of these treats can put the health of your teeth and gums at risk. While you enjoy the spirit of the season, don’t forget to continue caring for your oral health!
Missing teeth can make it difficult to eat and speak comfortably, while also impacting a person’s self-confidence. Thankfully, there are a variety of options for replacing missing teeth. Whether you’re missing one or more teeth, dental implants are one of the most popular choices
We all have busy lives, and, sometimes, squeezing in another appointment for every member of your family is just too much to ask. However, visiting the dentist on a regular basis for routine checkups and teeth cleanings should be an essential part of every person’s healthcare routine.
When a front tooth is lost, most patients choose to replace it right away due to concerns about their appearance. However, there are several reasons why you should replace missing teeth – regardless of whether they’re located at the front or back of your mouth.
Cosmetic dentistry is primarily concerned with aesthetics, and it has some really practical benefits, too. It can not only improve the look of your smile but also its functionality. Plus, cosmetic dentistry just might super-power your career, too!
We believe that every smile is beautiful and unique, but it’s not uncommon to feel uncomfortable with yours. Although there’s no such thing as a perfect smile, our dentists can help you improve the appearance and function of yours with a variety of restorative and cosmetic dentistry treatments.
It’s not uncommon for both adults and children to grind their teeth and/or clench their jaws while they sleep. In fact, grinding one’s teeth and clenching one’s jaw while asleep is called sleep bruxism
Every once in a while, we see a patient who has always had strong, healthy teeth and rarely experienced dental problems who suddenly develops several cavities at the same time. So, what’s the deal?