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Cosmetic Dentistry   •   February 20, 2020

4 Reasons Why Dental Implants Are The Best Solution To Missing Teeth

A missing tooth may be a real problem for you and the appearance, depending on how you first lost your tooth! Physical pain can decrease, nevertheless, but what about the pain of a tiny gap? This is the aim of dental reconstruction! Nevertheless, why do we think more explicitly about dental implants over others? The […]

General Dentistry   •   January 7, 2018

The Sneaky (yet Common) Way Your Smile Ages You and How to Prevent It

Take a look at an old photo of yourself smiling from your teenage years and compare it to your smile today.  Notice any changes? Have you ever awoken from a night of sleeping with a sore jaw or sensitive teeth?  How about a headache?  Do you catch yourself clenching your teeth under stressful situations? These […]

Family Dentistry   •   May 15, 2017

How Does Nail Biting Effect You?

Nail biting, also known as onchophagia is one of the ” Nervous habits” that can be triggered by stress, excitement or boredom. Approximately half of all kids between the ages of 10 – 18 have been nail biters at one time or another. Experts say that about 30% of children and 15% of adults are […]

Dental Technologies   •   May 9, 2017

What Makes Digital X-Rays Better?

Digital X-rays or Traditional Radiographs? X-rays, or Traditional radiographs, have long been used in Dentistry. Traditional film x-rays are a safe and effective part of your dental care. They do require a small amount of radiation. In our office, we utilize Digital X-ray technology. This provides the benefits of the film imaging but uses up […]

General Dentistry   •   May 2, 2017

How Do Blood Thinner Medications Affect Oral Surgery?

Blood thinner medications are helpful in regulating your body to prevent heart attacks, strokes and other serious issues. However, if you are scheduled for oral surgery, it is vital that our Doctors are aware of any and all medications you are using. How Does A Blood Thinner Work? There are two types of blood thinners. […]