Our teeth are magical things, but for all their strengths they’re mighty fragile. Over the years most of us will develop bad habits when it comes to our teeth.
Halitosis (chronic bad breath) is a tough subject; I talk about with patients all the time. They’re embarrassed, often because they don’t know how to fix the problem. This is, of course, if they even know that there is a problem.
Did you know that mouth breathing is one of the most common causes of bite problems in children and adults?
Academic reading on the link between diabetes and periodontal disease makes the facts plain: diabetics are more likely to contract infections, and if you have diabetes, you’re more likely to develop periodontal disease.
There’s a lot that goes on when a person goes to bed and falls asleep. Much of what goes on is positive, but there are many sleep disorders that can have a negative impact on our health.
Do you have pain in your teeth when you breathe in cold air? What about when you eat something cold, like ice cream?
Many dentists have made the switch from traditional film to digital X-Rays, which reduce radiation exposure by up to 70 percent. This is good news for patients.
3D guides greatly reduce the impacts of surgery, namely post-operative swelling and discomfort.
This patient had braces for about a year and a half but gaps still existed which made him self conscious about his smile. He wanted a look that would fill those gaps and form a more uniform look.
A dental crown is a porcelain or metal fitting that covers a damaged or missing tooth. As well as matching up with existing teeth, a crown provides strength for the tooth it covers, and protects it from further damage.