Are you currently dealing with the consequences of tooth loss? Many people see tooth loss as being an embarrassing condition, but fail to realize there are also oral health issues that come with this problem. Your remaining teeth can shift, and it may be harder for you to comfortably bite and chew. Compromises to your… Read more »
Month: August 2017
You should certainly hope to avoid tooth decay that makes a root canal a necessary treatment. Your dentist will only use a root canal when there is an issue with the interior of your tooth. When this occurs, the tooth’s living tissue is put in jeopardy, and you can feel discomfort or sensitivity. If the… Read more »
There are several options for restoring a smile that’s cosmetically marred or infected with disease. With today’s advanced dental techniques and materials, your new smile can look and function as though it were your natural one. However, preventing dental issues from developing in the first place is the most effective method of prolonging your smile’s… Read more »
Gum disease affects a majority of American adults to varying degrees, from minor gingivitis to severe periodontitis. For many patients, it is also a leading factor behind tooth loss, as well as heightened risks of chronic systemic issues, like heart disease. The good news is that gum disease is also highly preventable, and for patients… Read more »
Often, when we speak to patients about misalignment, they assume metal braces are the only option for correcting their smile. In reality, we can offer an alternative that is actually practically invisible. How do clear braces work?