Gum disease impacts millions of people across the United States, leading to serious oral health problems. Fortunately, we can treat the issue, and without resorting to surgery. In fact, our non-invasive treatments can help reverse gingivitis and manage gum disease, protecting your smile from advanced gum disease (periodontitis) and the risk of adult tooth loss with periodontal therapy.
We believe in offering advanced treatment options to help patients maintain optimal oral health. Our treatments include digital dentistry, same-day crowns, and of course, dental lasers. What benefits does laser dentistry offer? When do you recommend this treatment option? Find out in today’s blog!
If you have an uneven smile, in which your teeth are crooked or crowd one another, then you need orthodontics. We can help restore the alignment of your smile with a unique treatment option: MTM® Aligners. How do clear aligners work?
Do you regularly develop painful cold or canker sores? If so, you are not alone. Estimates show that over half of the population suffers from outbreaks of these uncomfortable sores. However, you may be surprised to learn that your dentist can help! In fact, we can help treat the problem with advanced technology. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at how we treat cold and canker sores.
Often, we work with patients that have been convinced that their smile is too far gone to be bright and beautiful again. If you have multiple esthetic problems with your teeth, we can still transform your smile using a complete smile makeover. Do you need a smile makeover?
We employ advanced technology to help our patients enjoy healthier and more beautiful smiles. But how does CAD/CAM technology allow us to create same day crowns? Will these restorations look natural? How do I get started?
A bridge is held in place with crowns, and natural suction (or metal clasps) can support a full or partial denture. But what about a dental implant? How do you place a dental implant? In today’s blog, we’re looking at the process of replacing missing teeth with implant technology.
What may seem like a minor issue can soon lead to serious problems. If you grind your teeth, you could be putting the health of your smile at risk. What causes patients to grind their teeth? What steps can we take to help alleviate the issue and safeguard your smile’s health and appearance.
In the past, all dental fillings were made from metal, typically an amalgam. While these did offer a solution to tooth decay, they weren’t without their downsides. The greatest downside for most people was the filling’s appearance. Fortunately, we can place metal-free, tooth-colored fillings.
In the United States alone, some estimates show that between 10 and 12 million people suffer from TMJ disorder, also known as TMD. This jaw joint disorder can impact your oral health in a number of different ways. Fortunately, we have treatment options designed to stop TMJ disorder and restore the health of your smile.