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Pediatric Dentistry: It’s More Than You Think

May 09, 2018
While the majority of individuals believe that the purpose of pediatric dentistry is to assess one’s brushing habits and check for cavities, this is only partially true. With additional residency training and education in dentistry for infants, children, teens and children with special needs, pediatric dentists provide a number of comprehensive oral health care treatments, while providing insight into a patient’s oral and overall health.

When You Have Itchy Gums

April 09, 2018
Chances are, if a friend or co-worker explains that their gums are itchy, you might be tempted to think that they are a bit strange. Yet, there is little mystery behind this weird sensation. Thus, if you’re experiencing a tickle or tingling in your gum tissue that is becoming itchy and uncomfortable, it’s important to contact your dentist for an examination. In reality, there are several potential causes of itchy gums.

Periodontal Therapy

March 02, 2018
Did you know? Many people assume that losing teeth is a natural part of growing older. This is simply not true. In fact, when individuals maintain good oral care, including regular dental checkups and cleanings, they can keep their natural teeth for life. Even so, when dentists discover oral health problems that might turn into big problems in the future, they may suggest some form of periodontal therapy. In short, these therapies restore gum tissues and protect bone tissues. Some types are explained below.

Dental Technology = Higher Quality Care?

February 07, 2018
Perhaps you’re searching for a new dentist for your family. Do you feel obliged to join the global digital dentistry revolution when it comes to choosing a practice? Will dental treatments using advanced technologies cost your family more money? These are just a few considerations you may have.

Drill-Free Cosmetic Dentistry And Prep-Free Veneers

January 10, 2018
Comprised of thin layers of porcelain or ceramic material, dental veneers are among the most beautiful and sophisticated ways to enhance the appearance of teeth that have succumbed to decay or injury. Yet, traditional means of applying veneers require teeth to be “prepped” beforehand. Thus, dentists remove a small portion of the original tooth enamel to allow room for the veneer to be placed.

How Do Dental Technologies Advance Oral Health?

January 04, 2018
With an increasing focus on providing the best dental care possible, the 21st century dentist employs a number of advanced and sleek technologies. In regards to cleanliness, reliability and progress (Dental Economics), the use of new-age technologies continues to have a positive impact on patient care across the country. For specifics on how dental technologies advance your oral health, continue reading below.

What Does Smoking Do To Your Smile?

December 14, 2017
There’s no question that smoking increases one’s risk for cancer and severe lung and respiratory illnesses, but does smoking result in oral issues and problems in the mouth? The answer is yes. Specifically, smoking advances gum disease and leads to a build-up of plaque and bacteria.

Suffering From Jaw Pain

November 28, 2017
Are you suffering from pain in your jaw? Perhaps your facial muscles are stiff and tight, or maybe you hear a clicking sound when you open your mouth. When jaw pain is persistent and results in headaches, ear pain or ear popping, TMD (sometimes referred to as TMJ) may be to blame.

PROPEL: The Next Level Of Orthodontics

October 23, 2017
With a number of technologies on the horizon, orthodontics seemingly surpasses other specialties with innovative treatments and processes to enhance and straighten one’s smile. Thus, in an effort to provide top of the line orthodontic care, many dental professionals are turning to accelerated orthodontic systems.

What is Laser Dentistry?

September 27, 2017
When used in conjunction with other dental instruments, lasers allow for greater precision, while awarding patients a more relaxing dental experience. Surprising to some, laser dentistry has been used for roughly 20 years, and is suitable for a wide range of dental procedures.