While many people suffer from chronic headaches, a lot of people don’t consider going to their dentist for a diagnosis. But several dental problems could cause headaches. Check out our blog post where we review them and discuss how we can help treat them.
Perhaps you’re experiencing a severe toothache, or you’ve knocked out a tooth while playing a contact sport. Dental emergencies happen, and it’s important to know when and how to see an emergency dentist in case you experience one. Read our blog post for dental emergency advice!
Dental implants are a natural-looking restorative dental solution for those missing one or more of their teeth. Implants look and function just like natural teeth, but there are some considerations you need to make before you get them. Read our blog post to learn more about this versatile restorative treatment.
The enamel of your teeth is naturally white, but with food stains and age, your smile darkens. If you want a beautiful white smile, what should you do? There are over-the-counter options that can help, as well as professional whitening. Which is the better choice? Read our blog post for answers!
We offer a variety of dental services at our office. Sometimes it can be confusing to hear different terms thrown around like “restorative dentistry” or “cosmetic dentistry.” Read our blog post for a look at the differences between restorative and cosmetic dentistry.
Dental veneers are like smile magic. With their ability to change the color, shape, and length of teeth, they’ve given plenty of people who haven’t been blessed with perfect teeth the chance to have their dream smile. Read our blog post to learn about porcelain veneers, including a look at how long they can be expected to last.
In the past, dentures were awkward and uncomfortable. Thanks to modern restorative dentistry, this tooth replacement option is now more comfortable and natural-looking. Whether you’re missing all or only some of your teeth, affordable dentures transform your smile. Read our blog post to learn about the benefits of dentures.
If you’ve been dreaming about straightening your smile, you’re in luck. There are more options than ever before for correcting issues like crooked teeth, crowding, gaps, and other alignment issues. Check out our blog post for a look at the pros and cons of Invisalign for teens and adults.
Root canals tend to be preferred over dental extractions whenever possible, as keeping an original tooth is less invasive than extracting and replacing a tooth. However, there are times when a tooth has received excessive damage, and the best option involves removing it altogether. Read our blog post for a look at root canals vs. tooth extractions.
During times of crisis, it can be difficult to find information that is both recent and reliable. We recommend using trusted resources like government websites when you need to find information that is related to the coronavirus and everything that it affects. Check out our blog post for some websites you can utilize for up-to-date COVID-19 information and statistics.