Emergencies can be incredibly stressful. This blog post is designed to take the edge off any dental emergency you may encounter! We explain what constitutes a dental emergency and how our staff can help get you happily smiling again.
Are you ready to take your smile from dull to dazzling? Luckily, there are many cosmetic treatment options available to help you turn your dream smile into a reality! Check out our blog post to help determine which one is best for you.
Throughout their careers, dental hygienists see a lot of different mouths. They also hear a lot of different questions. In today’s post, we’ll be answering some of the most frequently asked questions that our dental hygienists hear on a regular basis.
You may have experienced a toothache before but what happens if you feel discomfort in your jaw? When you’re dealing with jaw pain, it can make everyday activities like speaking and eating a real struggle. Read our blog post for a look at the causes and treatment for jaw pain.
When you floss, do you see or taste blood? That’s a sign of gum disease. Gum disease is a very common condition, but usually very easily reversed with the proper care. Read our blog to learn what you should do.
If you aren’t happy with the smile you see in photos, there’s actually something we can do about that! Want to learn how veneers can give you the smile of your dreams? Check out our blog post where we discuss the various wonders of this life-changing cosmetic dental procedure.
Root canal therapy sounds more intimidating than it actually is! In fact, root canals are a relatively common procedure that can save the health of a natural tooth. There are many signs that may point to the fact that you need root canal therapy. Read our blog post to learn more about this treatment and what signs may indicate it’s necessary.
Many patients get concerned about timing when they need cosmetic or restorative dental treatments. Sometimes treatments need multiple appointments to complete. Read our blog post to find out about choosing the right timing for cosmetic and restorative treatments.
There are many things that women should avoid doing while pregnant, but visiting the dentist is not one of them! Read our blog post for advice on visiting the dentist during pregnancy.
When it comes to your oral health, the best defense is a good offense. In other words, focusing on preventive care can reduce or eliminate your risk for many common dental ailments. One key way to protect your pearly whites is to practice a routine of brushing and flossing at home. The other? Get regular dental checkups. Read our blog post to learn about the importance of regular dental checkups!