Dentures are a transformative dental prosthesis for people missing a full or partial arch of teeth. It’s important to note that not all dentures are created equally and it’s crucial to find a type that best suits you. Read our blog post for all the details on dentures.
Crowns are one of our most popular restorative treatments. Whether you’re looking to restore damaged teeth, replace missing teeth, or fortify weak teeth after a root canal, crowns may be the right option for you. Check out our blog post where we share some tips on aftercare for crowns to ensure your crowns last you for years to come.
Temporomandibular joint disorder, also known as TMD, occurs when the temporomandibular joints are damaged or not functioning properly. Read our blog post to learn about the symptoms of TMD and how we can treat the problem.
If you are missing one or multiple teeth, you can have your smile restored with dental implants. Check out our blog post to learn about dental implants, including the requirements to be considered a good candidate.
If you are missing one or several teeth, you have likely considered getting dental implants, but may be reluctant to have this reasonably simple surgery that could positively revolutionize your life because of talk that dental implants cause migraine headaches. Read our blog post to learn what is behind this concern and clear the air regarding dental implants.
No one wants to hear that they need root canal therapy, which is widely rumored to be one of the most painful dental procedures. What exactly is root canal therapy, and is it possible to avoid it? Here, we answer the most common questions that our patients have about root canal therapy. Why Would I … Continued
When you’re missing teeth, you often end up feeling like you’re missing out on life a little bit. You can’t smile with confidence or enjoy your favorite foods anymore. There are a number of tooth replacement options, but the most popular are dental implants and dentures. Dental Implants & Their Benefits For a permanent replacement … Continued