Many pre-teen and teenage patients require orthodontic treatment to correct bite issues, alignment issues, spacing issues, and straighten crooked teeth. But some of them don’t want to deal with traditional metal braces and desire a more discreet look. Read our blog post to learn at what age you can start using Invisalign treatment.
Did you know that there is a link between diabetes and oral health? Diabetes can cause a variety of oral health complications if it isn’t carefully monitored and regulated. Read our blog post to learn more about the connection between mouth health and diabetes.
Root canals are often feared by patients, but the reality is that they are routine procedures that won’t feel all that differently to you than having a cavity filled. Read our blog post where we answer some common questions about root canal procedures that will help ease your mind before you head in to get yours.
Tooth extraction procedures can seem intimidating. However, thanks to many advancements in modern dentistry, they are nothing to fear! Read our blog post for a look at the recovery process from a tooth extraction.
Invisalign has the power to take you to a picture-perfect smile, and it’s no small decision to move forward with the procedure given the time and costs involved. Check out our blog post for questions you should ask the dentist about Invisalign.
If you’ve lost a permanent tooth, it’s easy to feel like your smile may never be the same again. One of the most long-lasting restorative dentistry treatments are dental implants, which can be used to replace one or more missing teeth. Read our blog post to learn about dental implants, including tips on finding a qualified dental implants dentist.
The pandemic has been difficult in so many ways. It’s also changed our normal schedules and increased how often we snack. What are the effects of this change? Is snacking during the pandemic causing tooth cavities? Read our blog post for answers!
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.