The Benefits of Sedation Dentistry

Does the idea of visiting the dentist make you uncomfortable? Would you rather deal with the discomfort caused by a toothache than schedule an appointment? If so, sedation dentistry might be what you need. Similarly, if you suffer from very sensitive teeth, a gag reflex, or need extensive dental work, you may want to consider… Read more »

Beware These Foods

With proper care, your teeth can last for a lifetime. Unfortunately, things like teeth grinding, tooth decay, and gum disease can cause havoc on your smile.  Preventing these types of problems is one of the reasons most dentists recommend a routine cleaning and exam once every six months. But did you know that some foods… Read more »

Coping with Teething

Is your baby struggling to sleep or sleep? Is your young one drooling more than normal? If so, your baby may be teething. If this is the case, we have a few recommendations on how you can make your baby more comfortable. If these recommendations don’t prove effective, we recommend contacting us soon. Pain Relief:… Read more »

Types of Gum Disease and How to Prevent Them Both

Did you know that there are two different stages of periodontal disease? Both of these forms of gum disease can cause future problems to your mouth and overall health. Our team is going to give you a look at what these two types of gum disease do to your mouth and how you can prevent… Read more »

Five Perks of Dental Implants

If you are healthy enough for an extraction or for oral surgery, you are probably a candidate for an implant. This reliable treatment—which boasts nearly a 98% success rate—is used to replace missing teeth. If you are interested in a dental implant, we recommend that you meet with our dentist soon. With a dental implant,… Read more »

Eight Dentistry Terms You Should Know

Dentists tend to use words unfamiliar to the rest of us who didn’t attend dental school along with them, and it can be overwhelming when you have no idea what they are talking about. Here are some dental terms you should know if you don’t want to feel like a tiny fish in a big… Read more »

TMJ Disorders: Common Culprits for Jaw Pain and Headaches

You’ve heard the initials “TMJ” a lot, but what does it mean? TMJ stands for temporomandibular joint. Everyone has two of these special joints. They are a complex system comprised of the two joints, jaw muscles and ligaments that enable the opening and closing of the mouth. Your TMJ facilitate chewing, talking and even swallowing…. Read more »