Oral health isn’t just about your teeth; it also concerns the intricate network of joints and muscles that facilitate jaw movement. The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) plays a critical role in our ability to chew, talk, smile, and more. When dental injury occurs, it can cause complications that may lead to TMJ disorder. Read our blog post where we explore this dental domino effect and understand how injuries can impact your TMJ.
If you look in the mirror one morning and have the alarming realization that your smile looks different, maybe your teeth have shifted closer together, or maybe you can tell that your jaw alignment feels a bit off. Teeth shifting is a common phenomenon, but one that can cause problems if left untreated. Read our blog post for a look at three reasons why your teeth may be changing position.
Missing teeth can impact your smile, confidence, and oral function. Fortunately, there are several options for replacing missing teeth, including dentures. Read our blog post for a look at six situations where dentures can be the right solution to replace missing teeth.
Healthy gums are firm and free from issues like bleeding or tenderness. When they’re not healthy, they can start pulling back from your teeth, creating pockets where plaque and tartar can build up. Check out our blog post to find out why gum recession happens and what can be done about it.
Consuming alcohol socially or leisurely is common among many individuals. But did you know that drinking alcohol can affect your oral health? Read our blog post to learn about the effects of alcohol on oral health.
Going to the dentist can be a daunting experience for many people. Dental anxiety is a common issue that affects individuals of all ages, so don’t feel like you’re alone. However, it’s important to overcome this fear and maintain good dental hygiene for overall well-being. Read our blog post for five easy strategies to fight dental anxiety.
The frequency of your whitening treatments depends on the type of whitening treatments you choose and the level of whitening you need. Read our blog post for what you need to know about teeth whitening sessions and the frequency you may need them!
Dental implants are a great option for people who want a natural-looking and functional solution for missing teeth. Take a look at our blog post to find out what can be done if your dental implants are damaged.
Dental crowns are an extremely common solution to a number of issues, including broken, decaying, or unattractive teeth. Check out our blog post to find out if same-day crowns are as good as traditional crowns.