If you chip a tooth, then you may worry about the impact on your smile’s appearance. However, you should also worry about how the damage can impact your smile’s health. In order to repair a tooth, we may use a dental bonding procedure, which can often repair teeth in one visit.
When you go to the store, you’ll see a number of products you can use at home to remove discoloration. While strips and toothpastes can brighten smiles, they often lead to sensitivity and results that aren’t as dramatic and don’t last as long. For professional at-home whitening, we have a special take home kit!
Enjoying an even smile doesn’t always mean wearing metal braces. In some cases, we can instead use a series of clear plastic aligners. With ClearCorrect®, we can help you enjoy a smile free of misalignment, while also preserving your professional appearance.
Do you regularly snore at night? You may be surprised that such a common issue, snoring, is linked to a very serious sleep disorder. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) impacts millions of Americans and leave them feeling exhausted, unhappy, and experiencing a greater risk of serious complications later down the road. Let’s talk about OSA and snoring!
As an adult, you’ve heard your dentist talk about the importance of a routine exam and dental cleaning. But what about kids? Children actually need checkups as well. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about the reasons all children benefit from routine preventive visits.
Estimates vary, but most agree that over 12 million people in the United States suffer from TMJ disorder, also known as TMD. This jaw joint disorder can lead to problems fully opening and closing your mouth, as well as a host of uncomfortable symptoms. How do we treat TMJ disorder?
When a person regularly grinds his or her teeth, or clenches the jaw, this is referred to as bruxism. Over time, persistent teeth grinding can lead to damaged teeth and serious complications. But what makes us grind our teeth? How can a dentist stop teeth grinding?
We often find patients don’t understand how important a routine checkup and cleaning can be. These preventive procedures are essential for keeping your smile healthy and free of common, but serious, oral health issues. Let’s look at a few important reasons to have your teeth examined and cleaned.
We often treat patients with tooth decay, gingivitis, and other common oral health issues. However, there is one dental issue that is pretty rare and many of our patients and readers may not be familiar with. Today, we’re going to answer questions about the oral health problem known as tori.
Pain in your tooth an be caused by a number of different factors. However, in some cases aching teeth can mean you have an oral health problem that requires treatment. In today’s blog, we’re looking at the causes of toothaches and how we treat them.