Do you have tenderness or pain in your jaw muscles? Have your teeth been worn down, fractured or chipped? If so, you may have bruxism. Bruxism is a condition in which you grind or clench your teeth and most of the time, you do it unknowingly. This can occur both during the day and while you sleep. Sleep bruxism is generally more severe and may also keep your bed partner awake because of the sound it makes.
We understand that going to the dentist can sometimes be an uncomfortable experience. Thanks to modern dental technology, however, we have ways to make your treatment less invasive so you don’t have to feel anxious about your upcoming appointment. Read more to find out about how this technology works.
The safety and well being of our patients and staff are our top priority. We feel confident with the new guidance relayed to us, that we can provide dental care in an environment that is safe to both patients and staff.
The loss of natural teeth doesn’t have to be the end of eating foods you like or smiling confidently. There are many options available to replace missing teeth, and one of these is with the use of an overdenture. An overdenture goes over a supporting structure, such as natural teeth or dental implants and is made up of prosthetic crowns and acrylic plastic that simulates gum tissue. They are like dentures in that they can be removed, but they get their support from dental implants.
The safety and well being of our patients and staff are our top priority. Dentists have been managing these concerns for a myriad of highly infectious diseases for decades, and are well poised to maintain safe clinical environments for both our patients and the dental team. As a profession, we have always confronted the new…
Staying healthy seems to be top-of-mind for everyone these days. We’d like to share some information on how snacking not only affects your waistline but the health of your teeth, as well. Don’t worry, you don’t need to starve to keep your teeth healthy, but you do need to give your teeth a break. Do you know why? Read on to find out more.
When a person loses their teeth, the jawbone tends to shrink and reshape over time, which causes regular dentures to become unstable within the dental arch. As a result this makes it difficult for the denture to fit comfortably or function properly.
Patients often come to us with dental problems that need to be fixed, but we do offer preventative dentistry so patients don’t have to deal with the inconvenience or pain caused by such conditions. One such treatment is a simple yet effective way to avoid the dreaded cavity. Read more to find out about this procedure.
We want to provide our patients with the best dental care possible. That’s why we utilize cutting-edge technology to perform effective treatments that cut down on time but produce amazing results. E4D Same-Day Crowns is one such technology we use to restore damaged teeth in just one visit.
Spring is here! Are you looking forward to warmer weather and longer days as much as we are? It’s a great time of year to freshen our homes, wardrobes and even our dental routines. We can fall into a rut when it comes to taking care of our teeth, but every now and then it’s a good idea to be reminded of these important dental hygiene habits. Read more to find out what you should be doing to take care of your teeth at home.