When we examine your smile every few months, we look for signs of decay and other oral health concerns. But did you know that we also screen for oral cancer? Undergoing a screening for this serious disease is crucial for your oral health.
We can lose teeth for a number of reasons, from injury to poor oral hygiene or even the advanced stage of gum disease, periodontitis. When gaps appear in our smiles, our oral health and quality of life can suffer. Fortunately, we can use advanced dental implants to provide secure and lifelike replacements for missing teeth.
Patients with misalignment need orthodontics to enjoy straighter and healthier smiles. However, you don’t need to rely solely on metal orthodontics to correct crooked and crowded teeth. Instead, we can use the unique Invisalign® system to offer a more even smile.
We address a number of different oral health concerns at our office, from gum disease to damaged or missing teeth. We even offer cosmetic care as well. However, today we would like to talk about a rare dental issue only that only impacts between 5% and 10% of people in the United States: mandibular tori.
When was the last you visited the dentist for a routine checkup and cleaning? For some, these are easy visits to skip, as they assume brushing and flossing renders them unnecessary. However, even if you take excellent care of your smile at home, you should still see the dentist for regular preventive visits.
When you lose one or more of your teeth, how concerned should you be? Missing teeth are much more than a cosmetic issue. In fact, even a single missing tooth can have a serious impact on the health and function of your smile.
We have a number of treatment options to address the color and shape of your teeth, helping you obtain a more attractive smile. With porcelain veneers, we can completely change the appearance of your smile. Let’s look at the cosmetic benefits of porcelain veneers!
No one enjoys a toothache. In addition to discomfort, they are often a sign that you have a problem that requires your dentist’s attention. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the causes of toothaches and how we can treat them, often in just one visit!
Periodontal disease is a serious oral health concern, one that is often responsible for adult tooth loss and very uncomfortable symptoms. However, we have treatment options to help manage the problem and preserve your smile. How do we treat gum disease and what can be done to avoid the problem?
When you take care of your smile, your natural teeth can stay bright, beautiful, and in place. In order to keep your smile healthy, you need to take care of your teeth and gums from home and make time to see us every few months. In today’s blog, we’re going to highlight a few simple ways to maintain optimal oral health.