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We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
A tooth abscess is a painful infection located at a tooth’s root or between your tooth and gum. Severe tooth decay is the most common cause, but it may also be associated with trauma to the tooth or gum disease. Openings in tooth enamel can allow harmful bacteria to reach the pulp in the center of the tooth. In severe…Continue reading
Even though braces are very common, few people fully understand the requirements of wear. Discover what you need to know about orthodontic treatment. Orthodontics Can Help Your Bite as Much as Your Teeth If you think that braces only straighten teeth, think again. See, orthodontics can also be used to properly align the bite. An orthodontist will evaluate the bite…Continue reading
Are you grinding your teeth at night? Teeth grinding, also called bruxism, is a common problem that can affect adults and children at any age. Symptoms usually occur at night while you sleep. Rhythmic contractions of your jaw muscles cause your teeth to be held tightly together. You may even experience symptoms when you’re awake. Unconscious clenching of the teeth…Continue reading
Braces aren’t just for teens anymore. Many people are now seeking adult braces to obtain a perfect smile and a healthier bite. The principles of orthodontics are the same for both adults and teens, but special considerations must be made for older patients. Previous dental work can make it more difficult to obtain dramatic results, but the fact that the…Continue reading
If missing teeth make you ashamed to show your smile, learn how All-on-4® dental implants may put a smile back on your face. The Case for All-on-4 Dental Implants When it comes to replacing missing teeth, many patients opt for All-on-4 dental implants. The procedure has become rather popular because it allows you to replace all of your upper and…Continue reading
Do you know about your wisdom teeth and why you may need them removed? Find out more about these teeth to prevent future pain and problems. What are Wisdom Teeth? Your wisdom teeth are your upper and lower third molars. These teeth got their name because they tend to appear when a person is old enough to have earned a…Continue reading
As you age, you may worry and wonder about dental care problems. To get answers to your questions, check out this expert advice. What does it mean when my teeth feel very sensitive to hot and cold temperatures? This is a very common condition called tooth sensitivity. It occurs when your gums begin to recede, which exposes the tooth’s sensitive…Continue reading
Have you suffered a chipped or broken tooth? Relax, it can happen to anyone, and you have a variety of ways to treat the troubled tooth. Dental Crowns Crowns are simply caps that are placed onto a tooth to protect it and restore its appearance and function. They are often recommended by family dentistry experts to repair chipped teeth or…Continue reading
Many people choose to enhance the look of their smile by getting dental veneers. If you’ve been considering this option, find answers to all of your questions. What are cosmetic dentistry veneers? A veneer is a very thin layer of porcelain that is placed over a tooth’s surface to help improve the appearance of your smile. They can be applied…Continue reading
Practicing good dental care isn’t difficult, as long as you know these five trusted tactics for taking care of your smile. See how simple it can be to keep your teeth in top shape. Brush Better According to family dentistry experts, keeping your teeth clean is one of the most important parts of good dental care. Try to brush at…Continue reading