Protecting your teeth should be a top priority. You only get two sets of teeth, and once something happens to your permanent teeth, it can mean extensive and expensive dental treatments to help repair or replace missing or damaged teeth. One common way you may damage your teeth happens while you are sleeping. If you grind your teeth, this grinding of your teeth is called Bruxism. Clenching your teeth while you sleep can also cause damage. The challenge is that you can’t mentally correct these damaging sleeping habits because you’re sleeping right through them. Read More
If you suddenly need dental care for sudden pain, swelling, infection, knocked out tooth, extreme sensitivity or a cracked tooth, these would all be considered a dental emergency. They can cause a considerable amount of pain and also interrupt your usual awesome appearance. Not only is the pain and discomfort a problem but also, nothing can interrupt your day’s agenda like a dental emergency.
Wearing braces is common for kids these days. Some kids dread the thought, while others love the idea of having something that most of the other kids in their school have. Whether your child likes braces, or would rather not wear them, there are some important tips to maintaining their braces. An important tip to remind yourself and your children is: The better your efforts, the better your results. Read More
Are you tired of having “long teeth” because of your receding gumlines? Maybe you’ve been referred to an oral surgeon in the past, but are hesitant to undergo complex gum surgery or grafting. If so, you’ll be thrilled to learn about the modern approach to gum recession called Pinhole Gum Rejuvenation. Read More