Swollen red gums indicate that it's only a matter of time before you’re booking an emergency dental visit. But you don’t have to let it come to that. Check out our blog post to learn about the symptoms and causes of periodontitis.
We know patients never like to hear they have a cavity. However, cavities can be quickly and effectively treated with dental fillings. When it comes to dental fillings, there typically is an option between filling materials. Read our blog post to learn about the difference between amalgam and composite fillings.
We’re going to make a safe guess that if you’re looking to straighten your teeth, you want to see results sooner rather than later. Check out our blog post where we look at Invisalign clear aligner therapy, including how long it typically takes to straighten teeth.
A restoration procedure commonly performed by dentists is dental crowns. Crowns help to keep the integrity of the tooth protected long-term and restore it to its most natural appearance and shape. Check out our blog post for signs you might need a dental crown.
Do you wake up with a pounding headache and a sore jaw? Do your teeth look a little different than usual? Does your partner complain that you make strange noises with your teeth at night? You might grind your teeth at night! Read our blog post to find out if you should get fitted for a custom nightguard.
Everyone snores occasionally, but loud, constant snoring is considered chronic. Sometimes, chronic snoring can be so loud that people sleeping in other rooms can hear it. What is the connection between chronic snoring and sleep apnea? Take a look at our blog post for what you need to know.
Wisdom tooth removal has become a routine procedure for young adult and adult patients. But how do you know it’s time for yours to be removed? Check out our blog post where we look at the five most common signs you need to get your wisdom teeth removed.
Have you noticed bleeding when you brush your teeth? Bleeding gums aren't normal and can indicate a more serious dental issue you’ll want to address right away. Read our blog post for a look at some of the reasons your gums bleed when you brush your teeth.
As the summer winds down and it’s time to get ready to go back to school, don’t let your kids’ oral health get lost in the shuffle. Check out our blog post for a list of the benefits of a back-to-school dental cleaning.
Whether smiling, speaking, or singing, you use the temporomandibular joints (TMJ) every day. The TMJ enables you to move your jaw to perform these actions. But when TMJ disorders occur due to an issue within the jaw or muscles, then TMJ pain may be hard to avoid. Check out our blog post for five daily tips to help with TMJ pain!