Pregnancy Gingivitis: Causes, Prevention & Treatment

Expecting a new addition to the family can be an exciting journey, but the journey can also bring unexpected changes, including oral health concerns. One concern is pregnancy gingivitis, a common condition that affects many expectant mothers. Read our blog post to learn about its causes, preventive measures, and available treatments to ensure a healthy pregnancy.

The Connection Between TMD & Chronic Headaches

Temporomandibular disorder (TMD) is a disorder of the joint connecting the jaw and its surrounding muscles. Usually, TMD will affect the chewing muscles, but some patients feel the effects in other areas of the head and face. Read our blog post to learn about the connection between TMD and chronic headaches.

The Dental Benefits of Using Electric Toothbrushes

When it comes to maintaining good oral health, the tools you use matter. One of the most significant advancements in dental care is the electric toothbrush. Take a look at our blog post where we explore five dental benefits of using electric toothbrushes, highlighting how they can contribute to a healthier, brighter smile.

5 Tips for Maintaining Fillings, Crowns & Bridges

Even the smoothest, most comfortable dental restoration procedure is not an experience that people are eager to repeat. If you’ve recently received a filling, crown, or bridge, read our blog post for tips on how you can properly care for your new restoration to ensure its longevity and minimize the need for future dental work.

What Are Common Causes of TMJ Disorder?

Have you ever woken up with a sore jaw or noticed clicking noises when you chew? You could be experiencing symptoms of a condition related to your temporomandibular joint (TMJ). Read our blog post for a look at the most common causes of TMJ disorders.

Four Reasons You May Be Experiencing Tooth Pain

Few things can put a damper on your day quite like tooth pain. Whether it’s a dull throbbing sensation or more of a sharp stabbing feeling, tooth pain can make it difficult to eat, speak, or concentrate on what you’re doing. Read our blog post for a look at four reasons you may be experiencing tooth pain.