Should You Replace That Missing Tooth?

Dealing with tooth loss can be challenging. Even if it has not happened to you, you can probably imagine the emotions a person might feel. No matter if the tooth is lost due to decay, injury, trauma, or a medical condition, it can be tough to decide if it should be replaced. We are here to tell you that you should always replace a missing tooth. The only teeth that are not replaced are wisdom teeth and teeth that have been extracted for orthodontic purposes. We want to share some more information about the importance of replacing missing teeth and the impact it can have on your oral health. Read on to learn more.

Are You Suffering From TMD?

Do you wake up every morning with a headache? Do you have discomfort in your jaw that keeps you from eating certain foods? If so, you may be experiencing symptoms related to TMD, also known as temporomandibular joint disorder. This condition leaves patients with chronic issues that affect the muscles of the face and the temporomandibular joint, which is the hinge that connects the jaw to the skull.

When’s The Last Time We Saw Your Face?

When was the last time you visited our office for a hygiene examination and cleaning appointment? If it has been some time or you can’t remember when your last visit was, you may be due for an appointment. We understand that life is busy. Now that it is the summer, you may be traveling or unable to schedule a visit at this time. We want to encourage our patients to make their oral health and their families’ oral health a priority. Failure to receive regular examinations and cleanings in our office can lead to serious complications with your oral health. Read on to learn more.

Learn More About the Benefits Of Dental Implants

Dealing with tooth loss can bring about a range of emotions in patients. When a tooth replacement is needed, it can be challenging to make a decision about the option that is best for your budget and lifestyle. We do all we can to guide our patients towards the option that will be best for their oral health. One replacement option that has benefited many of our patients is dental implants. Dental implants not only mimic your natural teeth, but they are also durable and offer a number of other benefits to patients.

Top 3 Cosmetic Treatments We Offer

Would you love to improve your smile? If you are not pleased with the appearance of your smile, we can help. We know that we have patients who would love to change their smiles but are hesitant to express their feelings. Aside from preventative and restorative dental treatments, we offer cosmetic dental treatments as well. Cosmetic dentistry can improve teeth that are severely stained, discolored, worn, chipped, broken, misshapen, or have gaps between them. There is no time like the present to learn more about how we can help give you the smile of your dreams. Read on to learn more about cosmetic dentistry and the treatments we offer.