Dental anxiety is a common problem for patients of any age. However, avoiding the dentist and skipping treatments due to dental anxiety can lead to oral health problems that may require more invasive dental work. If your child struggles with dental anxiety, check out our blog post for three tips to help!
Dentures are a prosthetic replacement commonly used to restore missing teeth and facial structure. Although dentures offer a long-term solution to missing teeth, they do require some maintenance. Read our blog post for some maintenance tips to help you preserve and protect your dentures.
The way root canals were performed in the past was a little bit frightening. Check out our blog post for a look at the history of root canals, particularly in contrast to the modern techniques we use today.
Dental veneers are fingernail-thin porcelain shells that cover the front of your teeth. Because we shave off a bit of enamel to bond them, veneers are permanent. Read our blog post to find out when you should consider getting this treatment.
We offer a variety of restorative procedures that can protect the appearance and function of your natural teeth. In today’s blog post we spotlight one common procedure that we use to save teeth: dental fillings.
Between fast food commercials or standing in the grocery store check-out lane, sugary food and drinks are everywhere. It’s understandable how it’s hard not to reach for a snack or drink. Read our blog post to learn what sugary food and drinks do to your teeth!
Dental emergencies often happen without warning. Cost is the last thing you want to worry about when you need immediate treatment. If you have dental insurance, will your plan cover emergencies? Read our blog post for a detailed look at insurance and dental emergencies.
One of the best ways to replace a missing tooth is with a dental implant, which acts as both a replacement tooth root and replacement tooth anchored securely into your jawbone. Read our blog post where we outline the dental implant process so you can determine if dental implants are the right fit for you.
If you’re looking for a way to straighten your smile without the intrusive look and feel of traditional braces, then ClearCorrect is for you. Check out our blog post where we tell you everything you need to know about ClearCorrect aligners.
Because of how closely they replicate real teeth, dental implants are a popular tooth replacement. They consist of a titanium post implanted in your jawbone and a tooth replacement that fits on top. Check out our blog post for what you should expect during this procedure.