Month: October 2016

Why You Need To Put A Stop To Regular Teeth Grinding

Grinding your teeth through the night while you sleep can be a recipe for tooth and jaw pain in the morning. If this is a habitual occurrence, you could face the serious risk of major dental damage, and TMD. TMD, meaning temporomandibular joint disorder, is a problem with the joints of your jaw that causes… Read more »

Explore Nature At Night At Elmer W. Oliver Nature Park

The Nature At Night event at Elmer W. Oliver Nature Park is an opportunity for you and your family to experience a different side of nature. The event allows you to see – and hear – how natural activity among wildlife changes when the sun sets. In addition to taking participants on a guided night… Read more »

Is Your Daily Routine Hurting Your Teeth?

Small choices we make throughout the day can have consequences that carry over into problems in the long term. Think about what your teeth typically experience – you may not think much of the effect certain foods or drinks have, and you may disregard the importance of individual brushing or flossing episodes. What you need… Read more »

The Impact Of A Dental Bonding Treatment On Your Smile

With the right cosmetic dental work, your smile could be drastically improved. A better-looking smile can boost your confidence, which can add real value to your personal and professional life. What you might not know is that there is a way for your dentist to make a real change to your teeth with work that… Read more »

What Your Dentist Can Do About A Severe Cavity

There may not be anything your dentist would call a “good” cavity, some patients will arrive for restorative dental care with more advanced tooth decay than others. The severity of a cavity will influence how it needs to be treated. When a cavity pushes through your enamel, and opens a pathway for bacteria to infect… Read more »

General Dental Practices Protect You From Oral Health Woes

The preventive care offered through general dental practices can help you avoid unpleasant oral health problems. When you see your dentist for regular checkups, which should occur every six months, you can have your teeth checked for any signs of trouble. If something is found, that early detection can make treatment easier. It should be… Read more »

Quiz: Supporting Your Prosthetic With A Dental Implant

A dental implant offers something valuable to people who are missing teeth – the ability to enjoy a stable, permanently placed dental prosthetic. The implant is surgically inserted into your jawbone, and – due to its being made of biocompatible material – your jawbone will fuse to it while you heal. An implant can be… Read more »