Month: December 2019

Don’t Slack Off On Dental Care in 2020

Goodbye 2019 and hello 2020! As you ring in the new year, don’t think that last year’s preventive dental treatments will last forever. Checkups and cleanings need to be scheduled regularly (about every six months is ideal) to maintain your oral health. Twice daily brushing, and flossing at least once a day will also help… Read more »

A Personalized Bruxism Treatment Can Help You Stop Grinding Your Teeth

Maybe you wake up with headaches in the morning. Or, maybe you have jaw pain or ringing ears. If so, you may be suffering from bruxism, a subconscious grinding of the teeth or clenching of the jaw that is often done while sleeping. Because of this, people are sometimes unaware that they are grinding or… Read more »

Different Ways to Restore Your Smile

The specific type of dental treatment you receive depends on several factors, but most importantly, the specific concern you have with your oral health. For example, restorative dentistry is the art of restoring your smile by addressing problems with your tooth structure that could greatly impact your oral health, bite function, and more. Depending on… Read more »

Would Porcelain Veneers Be a Good Choice for Your Smile?

Given how obvious your smile is to everyone else, it makes sense that you would want it to always look its best. Unfortunately, things can affect your smile’s appearance that you can’t always plan for or prevent, and the desire to improve its appearance is the main reason why cosmetic dentistry is so popular. However,… Read more »