If you or a loved one suffers a dental emergency, one of your first thoughts might be: is treatment covered by my insurance? Read our blog post where we explain some common dental emergencies and what to do in those situations, and give you advice on how to find out if your dental insurance covers dental emergencies.
You may not realize just how much your oral health truly impacts your overall health. From your digestive system to your heart health, check out our blog post for a look at some of the ways that your dental health can influence the rest of your body.
Want to straighten your teeth but don’t necessarily want the whole world to know about it? Check out our blog post for a look at the discreet teeth straightening options for adults we offer. Contact us to learn more!
Did you just get your wisdom teeth removed? We bet you’re ready to be fully recovered so you can get back to normal life. We want that for you as well! Check out our blog post for a look at some things to keep in mind while you’re on the road to recovery after your wisdom teeth removal
No one expects a dental emergency, so it is important to know what to do if you or a loved one experience sudden dental pain, a lost tooth, or another painful situation. Read our blog post to learn what constitutes a dental emergency and what to do if you experience one.
It seems like major advancements in technology are happening every single day, and these improvements extend to the dental industry as well. Read our blog post to see how dentures have improved through the years. Contact us for custom dentures!
It’s possible to experience a condition that causes you feel to a burning or scalding sensation in your mouth. The medical term for this is Burning Mouth Syndrome. Read our blog post to learn about this common condition that can be caused by a variety of circumstances.
Have you ever wondered why we have wisdom teeth, especially when most people get them removed and don’t need them? Read our blog post where we take a look at what wisdom teeth are and why we have them!
It’s often pretty easy to pinpoint the cause of a toothache–things like cavity or infection are apparent and obvious sources of pain. Some root causes are a little more offbeat, however. Read our blog post to learn about the connection between sinus infections and chronic toothaches.