4 Reasons To Have A Family Dentist

6 October 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

A family dentist provides a range of services for a whole family, from simple checkups and hygiene care to more complex procedures, such as oral surgery, root canal treatment, crowns, and bridges procedures. A family dentist may also perform orthodontic work. In other words, they know the family, they care about family health, and they offer family-oriented dental care. A family dentist can improve your family's dental health. Here are four key reasons to make family dentistry a priority for you and your children. Read More 

Are You A Good Candidate For Veneers? What You Need To Know

25 August 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you have broken, discolored, chipped, or otherwise damaged teeth, you may benefit from veneers. Veneers are thin caps that adhere to the teeth to help restore your smile. Veneers are ideal for creating an attractive aesthetic. If you are interested in veneers, you should find out if you are a good candidate. Here are some typical signs that you are a good candidate for veneers: Your Teeth Are Stained or Discolored Read More 

Why You Must Avoid Aggressively Cleaning Your New Dental Crown

20 July 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Fitting a dental crown isn't all that demanding for either the dentist or the patient. It's a common and extremely efficient form of dental restoration, and it's not invasive for the patient. But still, dental crowns are an investment of both your time and your money. This means you'll want to vigilantly care for your new dental crown. In order to preserve the look and functionality of your dental crown, you won't want to be too aggressive in caring for it. Read More 

Botox Has Surprising Benefits For TMD Pain

2 June 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

TMD pain is often a very challenging problem that can impact a variety of individuals and cause severe pain that may be hard to manage. Treating this issue is often a surprisingly complex process that may require the use of a multitude of different care methods. Surprisingly, Botox could be one way to help manage one symptom of TMD — parafunctional clenching — to help provide some relief. Parafunctional Clenching May Cause Dental Pain Read More 

3 Things to Know About Addressing a Cracked Tooth

26 April 2021
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Did you know that you might not even know if you have a cracked tooth? This is especially true if the crack is really small or the cracked tooth is in the back of your mouth. Sometimes the crack is near a filling, which can also make it hard to see. Some people might have symptoms of a cracked tooth, such as tooth pain while chewing or increased sensitivity to hot or cold foods. Read More