Did you neglect dental treatment, and now your cavity has progressed? Were you in an accident that left a tooth noticeably chipped or cracked? Have years of teeth grinding caused the edges of your teeth to be visibly worn and tender? Are you upset by the loss of a tooth, but even more troubled by…Details
Are you gearing up for one epic summer break? Do you have the trip of a lifetime planned, or a dear friend’s wedding to attend? Perhaps you are graduating from college, at long last. Whatever grand occasions you have planned, make sure your smile is ready for the excitement with professional teeth whitening. Whitening provided…Details
If you have crooked or crowded teeth you’ve probably dreamed of obtaining a more even smile. However, you may not exactly be eager to wear metal orthodontics for 18 months to 2 years. But what if you could enjoy clear smile correction? With Invisalign and ClearCorrect, we can offer practically invisible orthodontics treatment.
There are many sleep disorders, but some of the most common – sleep apnea and sleep bruxism (grinding or clenching your teeth) – go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. Unfortunately, if left untreated, sleep apnea can cause further health complications and sleep bruxism can greatly endanger your oral health. But, both of these disorders present with their…Details
Did you know that root canals are one of the most feared dental procedures? Unfortunately, they’ve gotten a bad reputation over the years – but, contrary to popular belief, root canals are not usually painful. In fact, you’ll probably feel more pain in your tooth before than you would during the procedure. So, when do…Details
Losing multiple teeth can cause embarrassment. In addition, you can have trouble eating, communicating clearly, and develop health complications as a result of tooth loss. In order to restore your missing teeth you may need a dental prosthetic. What type of denture do you need? What are the benefits of replacing your missing teeth?
Dental fillings are used to treat cavities – holes that are formed in your teeth from tooth decay. Often times, you won’t notice any difference in your teeth when the cavities are beginning to form – but your dentist is able to detect decay at its earliest stages (and even possibly reverse it!). If you…Details
Whether your wisdom teeth are beginning to erupt or not – they may need to be extracted. Since this is such a common procedure nowadays, many patients don’t understand the purpose of having these third molars at all. While they can be a considerable asset to your mouth, they often pose more risks than benefits…Details
Snoring is common, but most people don’t consider it a cause for concern beyond the disturbing noise it generates. For some patients, though, snoring might be severe enough to affect their overall health, or it might be merely a symptom of a more serious underlying disorder (like obstructive sleep apnea). Treating snoring and sleep apnea…Details
When teeth grinding or clenching has become a chronic problem, it’s known as bruxism. Some may be aware that they’re grinding their teeth already – however, in most cases, the condition occurs throughout the sleep cycle (known as sleep bruxism). While there isn’t one specific cause for teeth grinding, there are several lifestyle factors that…Details