Dental Crown Information

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If a tooth needs to be restored, Dr. may recommend a dental crown in , . A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that is placed over the entire visible portion of a tooth to protect it and to restore its shape, size, and strength. When is a dental crown needed? Our dentist may recommend… Read more »

Autumn Smile Makeovers: TMJ Treatments

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Have you ever heard of TMJs? A TMJ is also known as a temporomandibular joint. They are the ball and socket joints in your jaw that are required for the proper function of your mouth. However, numerous parts are involved to make them work effectively, which tends to lead to a breakdown every once in… Read more »

Tooth Decay, Cavities, and Your Smile

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When it comes to a healthy smile, you want to do everything in your power to avoid tooth decay from developing cavities and damaging your teeth. This is a result of oral bacteria feeding on sugary foods to create acids. As the acid mixes with bacteria, food particles, and saliva, it forms the sticky film… Read more »

How Do I Care for My Child After They Have Had IV Sedation?

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There are many things that can help your child have a relaxing, calm, and safe dental appointment, and IV sedation is one of them. This sedative usually sends the patient into a deep sleep so they don’t feel or remember a thing. Your child will be completely safe in the dental chair. After the appointment,… Read more »

How to Help Your Child Prevent Tooth Decay Development

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Tooth decay is your child’s smile’s number one enemy. It’s probably your child’s number one enemy as well. No kid wants to undergo treatment with the dental drill because they decided to let tooth decay take over their smile. Fortunately, there are things you can do to help your child prevent dental cavities on their… Read more »

Sleep Apnea and Its Effect on Your Dental Health

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Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder caused by interrupted airway interruptions or obstructed airways while you sleep. Sleep apnea disorder occurs in many individuals and should be treated as soon as symptoms begin to show. Although symptoms can often be difficult to spot, there are a few risk factors for sleep apnea to know about…. Read more »

Teeth and Gums 101: Dentures

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Are you aware that dentures are one of the most extensively used forms of dental tooth replacement? With dentures, missing teeth can easily and effectively be replaced with natural-looking alternatives that are gently bound to your gums. – Dentures can be used to replace a single tooth or a few teeth at a time, commonly… Read more »

What Can You Do to Enhance Your Oral Health as You Age?

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Have you ever wanted to improve your oral health but were unsure where to start? Are you beginning to age and want to get your oral health in high gear as soon as possible? What can you do to enhance your oral health as you age? Listed below are a few suggestions: – If you… Read more »

Damaged Dental Work Needs Timely Care and Treatment

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Dental work, like a bridge or crown restoration, is typically cast from durable materials that are meant to withstand the daily wear and tear of biting and chewing food. Yet, it is none-the-less possible for something else to chip or fracture a piece of dental work. This could come in the form of an accidental… Read more »

Dental Exams Always Include an Oral and Pharyngeal Cancer Screening

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Maintaining good oral health throughout the course of your life encompasses many different aspects. While brushing and flossing your teeth daily is certainly a critical first step, you will also need to attend a dental exam and cleaning twice each year at our ’s , practice. Each of these appointments starts with a thorough dental… Read more »