Specific Causes of Pain After Root Canal Treatment

17 December 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

For the most part, a root canal procedure is fairly painless, but you may still experience some discomfort in the surrounding area of the tooth. However, there are pain medications that keep the pain at bay. Therefore, you should assume that any post-treatment pain you are feeling is normal, except when such pain may be caused by different anomalies, such as these four: Hyper Occlusion In the dental industry, occlusion refers to the contact between teeth during chewing or rest. Read More 

3 Options For Whitening Your Teeth

29 November 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Are you frustrated by the shade of your teeth? Are your teeth stained or do they have a generally yellow tint? It's not uncommon for teeth to lose their brightness and fade in color, especially as you age. If you smoke or drink coffee, that could also accelerate the development of a yellow tint on your teeth. The good news is that you have options available to bring back your bright smile. Read More 

Halloween Is Over: Three Reasons To Put Down That Candy Now!

10 November 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When Halloween rolls around, most people like to enjoy a little candy in celebration. Surely, a piece of candy here and there is nothing to worry about too much – but when the holiday is over, it's best to curb the habit of indulging in these sweet treats. Here's a look at three good reasons to put that candy down. It can lead to tooth decay. Your mother wasn't lying! Eating a lot of sugar can lead to cavities and substantial tooth decay, and candy is mostly sugar. Read More 

2 Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures For Excess Soft Tissue

21 October 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Teeth often receive the most attention during oral health routines and regular dental office visits. However, the soft tissues of your mouth are equally as important. Certain soft tissue problems can be as visually noticeable as stained or chipped teeth. Excess soft tissue might cause you both physical discomfort as well as lower confidence in your smile. There are a couple of cosmetic dentistry procedures that can eliminate excess soft tissue and improve your smile. Read More 

Bruxism 101: 4 Tips For Reducing Teeth Grinding

21 September 2015
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Do you wake up in the morning with a painful jaw or a headache? If so, you are probably grinding your teeth or clenching your jaw shut at night. Also known as Bruxism, this condition can be quite painful and can affect your daily life. Fortunately, it is one condition that is easy to fix. If you want to stop grinding your teeth at night, start with these four tips: Read More