If you’re missing multiple teeth in a row, a dental bridge is a wonderful solution to restore your smile. Even though dental bridges can last for years, there comes a time when most of them need to be repaired or even replaced. Read our blog post for details!
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Many people grind their teeth at night occasionally, and it is not usually a problem or a cause for alarm. However, if you find that you wake up with tight or fatigued muscles in your jaw, neck, or face more often than not, you may have a condition called sleep bruxism, which can lead to serious problems if left untreated. Read our blog post to learn more!
Is a missing tooth or two stopping you from loving your smile? One of the ways you can go from a smile with gaps to a smile that’s complete is with a fixed dental bridge. Read our blog post to find out what you need to know about this common dental procedure.
If you’re looking to get a dental crown or your dentist has suggested that a dental crown could benefit you, then you may start to hear talk of something called a CEREC crown or a same-day crown. Read our blog post to learn about the advantages of CEREC crowns.
You’ve probably heard of dental crowns, but do you know what exactly they are? Check out our blog post where we explain the answer to that question, discuss why you might need one, and how durable dental crowns are.
The majority of Americans will require at least one dental filling to treat a cavity. This common procedure protects your tooth from any further damage from bacteria and acid. Whether you’ve just gotten a filling or you’ll get one soon, read our blog post for information that will help you understand how fillings work.
If you’re you’re looking to treat missing teeth, you are probably doing your research to determine which treatment best fits your goals, budget, and comfort level. Read our blog post to learn about dental implants, one of our most popular treatments for missing teeth.
As modern dental technology has improved, the materials and chemicals used in dentistry have changed in favor of nontoxic alternatives. Read our blog post where we shine a spotlight on how our team uses composite dental fillings to restore and preserve the oral health of our patients.
We provide preventive and restorative dental care because we want our patients’ teeth to be healthy and strong. Read our blog post to learn about preventing bone loss with your teeth.
Your smile is one of your most powerful assets. Have you ever realized that you’re more attracted to someone who is smiling or has a subtle grin when resting? You’re not alone. Read our blog post to learn more about showing off your pearly whites and the impact it has on those around you!