Just hearing the words “root canal” can be enough to make most people cringe. The mental image of a root canal patient holding a grossly swollen jaw while groaning with pain has been perpetuated by movies, television, and cartoons. But is that the true picture of modern-day root canal treatment? Here are five commonly believed […]
Did you know frequent headaches are often treated more effectively by your dentist than your doctor? Many experience pain caused by what are known as “dental headaches.” This pain can be from light to severe, sometimes resulting in migraines, and ranges from being occasional to being a daily occurrence. If you are a headache sufferer, […]
You don’t feel your age, so why should you look your age? Ask almost anyone over the age of 40 to tell you what people guess their age to be. On average, it’s seven to 10 years younger than their actual, biological age. Do you know what that means? Our sense of age is changing. […]
Getting a good night’s sleep takes work, but it’s worth the effort. Getting deep, restful sleep is important to restoring brain chemicals, strengthening the immune system, balancing hormones, and being able to function effectively throughout the day.
Has it been a while since your last dental checkup? Avoiding or skipping regular dental checkups could potentially put your otherwise healthy mouth at risk. Learn more about the links between a healthy mouth and a healthy heart.
Have you resolved to be healthier in 2018? Here are some changes you can make to your oral health that will positively impact your whole body health.
Various forms of whitening aren’t permanent. However, these simple tips can help you keep your teeth white after whitening for a longer period of time!
Many patients who have “soft” teeth caused by advanced cavities, poor gums because of advanced periodontal disease or a bad bite (occlusal disease), find themselves with a diminishing number of options when it comes to restoring their smile one tooth at a time. Often times, patients find themselves with a “terminal dentition” through no fault […]