The Facts About Dental Implants

At , we understand that you’re busy, and that saving time is something most people strive to do. Historically, many dental treatments have required two or more visits to complete—but did you know that modern dentistry has made it possible for our team to finish many treatments in a single day? In fact, sometimes, even… Read more »

All You Need to Know About Preventing and Fighting Tooth Squeeze

Tooth squeeze, also known as barodontalgia, is a common dental issue for those who experience altitude changes often, like pilots and scuba divers. It can also be an issue for those who mountain climb or drive a submarine. Either way, it’s a dental issue that occurs when the air pressure changes. If you have air… Read more »

What Are the Steps Involved In the Invisalign® Process?

Are you about to align your smile with Invisalign®? If so, our team would like to tell you all about the treatment so you know what to expect when you align your crooked, misaligned teeth. Invisalign treatment in , , involves the following steps: Step 1: Dr. will begin treatment by taking a series of… Read more »

Tooth Defects Can Now Be Corrected

There was a time when a cracked tooth could bring no positive changes. However, with the advancement of dental veneers, you can now conceal the original tooth with a version that can look and feel even better than the original. On top of that, you can cover teeth that are perfectly healthy, just to upgrade… Read more »

Invisalign® Braces Can Covertly Straighten Your Teeth

Many of our patients want the beautiful, straight teeth that braces can bring them, but don’t want the distracting appearance of metal braces. For these patients, we may indeed have the perfect solution. Invisalign® invisible aligners are orthodontic straighteners that are virtually unnoticeable. They are thermoformed plastic trays that slowly bring your teeth into alignment… Read more »

You Can Often Replace an Extracted Tooth by Having a Dental Implant Installed

Losing a tooth to damage, decay or extraction is often a serious cause for concern. Even if you learn to live with the impaired ability to chew food, the missing tooth will inevitably lead to future complications. Teeth relate to each other by their shared structure and presence. When a tooth is missing, the surrounding… Read more »

Contouring and Shaping Your Teeth

Do you have overlapping teeth or crooked teeth? Similarly, do you have one or more cracked teeth? If you do—and even if you don’t—you probably understand that these types of imperfections can be embarrassing. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to address the flaws in your smile. Contouring, which is also known as… Read more »

Remedies for Gum Disease

You’ve probably heard of gum disease, and you may even know what you should do to prevent the problem. For instance, you probably know that if you keep up your oral care, you’ll be much more likely to avoid gum disease altogether. However, as you probably know, gum disease can lead to a number of… Read more »

Dental Implants Can Restore One or More Lost Teeth

Missing one or more teeth in your mouth can be a serious cause for concern. Beyond limiting your ability to chew food, it can also slur your speech and mar your smile. A little over twenty years ago, dental implants were used primarily to replace a single lost tooth. Over time implant technology and techniques… Read more »

Effects of Missing Teeth

If you’ve had missing teeth for a long period of time, you’re likely experiencing some not-so-great side effects. From health problems to changes in your appearance, missing teeth for any extended length of time can have a serious affect on your confidence, appearance, and overall well-being. With that in mind, let’s take a look at… Read more »