Chances are you’ve heard at least a discussion or two about the use of stem cells in scientific research. That discussion has also found its way into the dental industry with talk of using stem cell dental implants. Read our blog post to learn more!
Porcelain veneers are the way to make your dream smile a reality. You can make your teeth brighter and more even in size. You can fix small imperfections like little chips. You can even close up small gaps! Check out our blog post for a brief overview of the procedure as well as the cost of veneers.
If you have a filling (or a few) you may be worried about what happens if it falls out. Read our blog post where we educate you on fillings and what your options are if they fall out.
It’s back to school season, which means kids all over America will be heading to school with their lunchboxes in tow. Much like diet in general, the contents of your child’s lunchbox can have a huge impact on their oral health. Read our blog post for dentist-approved foods for the lunchbox.
If you’re preparing for oral surgery, chances are you’ve heard about the dangers of dry sockets during recovery. Check out our blog post for information that will help you learn what dry sockets are and how you can avoid them.
Few things can make an immediate impact on your appearance the way teeth whitening can. After getting their teeth whitened, our patients report instantly feeling more confident showing off their dream smile. Read our blog post to learn about our teeth whitening options.
If only our teeth would last a lifetime, problem-free. Unfortunately, it’s not that easy. Teeth require a lot of attention and care. And oftentimes, when we’re older, teeth begin to decay or wear away, no matter how careful we may be. Read our blog post for a look at the options available for replacing missing or damaged teeth.
If you or your partner (or both) snore, you’re not alone: around 90 million Americans snore. Although you may think of snoring as just a nuisance, it can have serious consequences and may be an indication of a more serious underlying health condition: sleep apnea. Read our blog post to learn about the relationship between snoring and oral health.