A Root Canal And Signs That You May Need The Procedure

Tooth pain can be excruciating. Whether the pain is due to a blow to the mouth or a deep cavity, the dental nerves are responsible for the uncomfortable sensation. Sometimes, the pain may resolve as the tooth heals. In other instances, the damage to the nerves is irreparable, and the only way to alleviate the discomfort is by removing the tooth or performing a root canal procedure. Here is a bit of information about a root canal procedure and signs that indicate you may need the treatment. Read More 

How Can A Dentist Help You With Sleep Apnea?

Have you been diagnosed with sleep apnea by your doctor? This condition affects as many as 30 million Americans, according to the American Medical Association. If you happen to be one of the many people living with this condition, you may never consider visiting your dentist for advice or treatment. However, many dentists offer therapeutic treatments for sleep apnea, and some can be highly effective at supporting people who have negative symptoms they deal with when they try to sleep. Read More 

Treatment Options For A Fractured Tooth

A fractured tooth can be painful. Plus, it's scary when you don't know what will happen to your tooth. You should see a dentist as soon as you can, even if you're not having pain yet. A fractured tooth usually gets worse, and if it gets bad enough, you may lose your tooth and need an implant. Here are some ways to deal with cracks and chips in teeth. Chips Can Be Filled Or Covered Read More 

Dental Crowns Versus Dental Implants

A crown is a cap fitted over your tooth's top surface while an implant replaces your whole tooth. With an implant procedure, the dentist replaces your tooth root with a titanium post. The dentist then attaches a metal knob known as an abutment to the post and places a crown on top.  Since a dental implant procedure involves the use of a crown, many people think the two treatments are the same. Read More 

How Full Arch Rehabilitation Can Help People With Dentinogenesis Imperfecta

Dentinogenesis imperfecta is a disorder that affects tooth development. People with this condition may have teeth that are weaker than normal, making them prone to premature wear and tear and discoloration. Thankfully, full mouth rehabilitation can help patients with this condition; read on to learn more about this process. What Is Full Arch Rehabilitation? Full arch rehabilitation is a process where all your teeth are restored. Full arch rehab is different from a smile makeover. Read More