For most of us, dry mouth is a relatively rare inconvenience. For some, however, frequent dry mouth can be a painful condition that leads to other health problems. Read our blog post to help you decide whether the dry mouth you experience is normal or if it’s something you should discuss with us.
From Hollywood celebrities who need red-carpet ready smiles to those of us who just want a smile we feel confident about, dental veneers have long been a dental solution to improve the appearance of your smile. Read our blog post for a closer look at the history of dental veneers through the years.
Every day, thousands of Americans decide that they’re sick of living with stained or discolored teeth that cause them to hide their smiles out of embarrassment. Read our blog post to learn about teeth whitening options to fit your budget and lifestyle.
We know you do your part to take care of your health and the health of your family. If you’re like us, you also do your part to take care of the health of our planet. Read our blog post for tips on helping the environment with your dental routine.
Many of our patients express some concern about the complexity of root canal therapy. Read our blog post where we walk you through what you can expect with a root canal procedure.
We care about your health and the health of your family. That’s why we’d like to use this post to discuss a very serious condition that can affect your overall health and the condition of your mouth and teeth, purging and bulimia.
Gingival recession, or gum recession, occurs when gum tissue is worn away and exposes the roots of the teeth. Read our blog post to find out if gum recession can be caused by wearing a dental retainer.
The Center for Disease Control estimates that half of Americans have periodontal disease. Read our blog post to learn about gingivitis, a mild form of gum disease. We discuss causes, treatment and prevention.
If you are having oral surgery, you’ve probably heard horror stories from people who develop dry sockets during recovery. Read our blog post for tips on avoiding dry sockets after oral surgery. Contact us to discuss any concerns you may have regarding surgery.
Phantom tooth pain, a condition where patients who recently had a tooth extracted start experiencing pain where the tooth used to be, can be a side effect of oral surgery. Read our blog post for some of the signs of phantom tooth pain and the ways we treat it.