Why Periodontal Therapy?

The main goal of periodontal therapy is to prevent the destruction of tissue. By undergoing periodontal therapy, patients are able to prevent bone loss and prevent the need for tooth extraction or gum surgery later. Even though there are options to fight gum disease, the best way to keep your gums healthy and in good […]

The Benefits of Good Dental Care

There are many benefits to maintaining good oral health, including preventing tooth decay and gum disease, reducing bad breath, and improving overall appearance. Taking care of your teeth and gums can also help to prevent other health problems, such as heart disease. A healthy mouth does lead to a healthy body! Begin with an appointment […]

TMJ Disorder

TMJ is an abbreviation for the temporomandibular joint that connects your jawbone to your skull. When it’s working the way it should, the complex joint opens, closes, glides, and rotates painlessly. It’s the joint that lets you chew your food and open and close your mouth when you’re talking, laughing, or using your face to […]

Covering the Cost of Dental Implants

We realize that finances play a role when we recommend dental implants as an option to replace missing teeth. Implants are the ideal solution because they feel and function just like a regular tooth. It’s essential to keep the bone structure healthy as well, which an implant will ensure, unlike other tooth replacement options such […]

What Can I Eat After My Wisdom Teeth Are Removed?

There are several foods that you need to avoid to make sure that healing goes smoothly after having your wisdom teeth removed. For example, chewy snacks or candy, crunchy granola, and other foods that might poke into the extraction site. Before you come in for the extraction, you should have your kitchen stocked with soft […]

How To Stop Teeth Grinding

Many of us grind our teeth occasionally, often at night, when we may not be conscious of it. The term for this behavior is bruxism. Infrequent bruxism, the grinding of your teeth, is not usually something that requires a visit to your dentist. However, if you grind your teeth excessively, it can cause headaches or […]