Jaw Pain? What You Should Know About TMD And Getting Relief

Posted on: 12 November 2018

Has your jaw and mouth started aching? Hearing a clicking sound when you open and close your mouth? You're not alone. A significant number of your fellow Americans suffer from these same symptoms due to a medical problem commonly known as TMD.  What is TMD? And how can you manage your symptoms? Here's a step-by-step guide to getting relief. What TMD Is TMD stands for temporomandibular joint disorder. This disorder affects the joints in your jaw, which is one of the most complex joints in the whole body. [Read More]

Are You A Senior With Cosmetic Dental Problems? Know Your Options

Posted on: 11 October 2018

As a senior, you may think that you are not eligible for many dental procedures at your old age. Thankfully, there are plenty of options available to you so you can have teeth that look great and are fully functional. Here are a few cosmetic problems you may currently have, and the treatments that are available to you in order to fix them. Teeth That Are Missing If you're currently missing some of your teeth, know that there are a few options to fix them. [Read More]

Orthodontist Services: More Than Just Braces

Posted on: 23 September 2018

Usually, when a person thinks about orthodontists, they think of dentists who specialize in putting braces on a kid's crooked teeth. While the name orthodontist means to straighten teeth, they actually do much more than just put on braces. Here's a look at three other ways they can straighten and improve your smile. Orthodontists Can Help Prevent The Need For Braces In Your Child's Future Everyone has seen the adorable school child who has lost their baby teeth, and the permanent ones have yet to take their spot. [Read More]

What's The Difference Between Emergency And Standard Dental Crowns?

Posted on: 28 August 2018

When you have a tooth break, chip, or an old filling falls out, oftentimes the first thing your dentist will want to do is to place a temporary dental crown over the tooth. If you've ever wondered why this is and why you can't simply keep the crown, here's the explanation you're looking for. Temporary Crowns Temporary dental crowns are intended to be used for a short-term basis. They're not as strong as standard dental crowns, and they're not fitted specifically for you. [Read More]