Blog Articles

Incorporating Botox® into Your Regular Dental Routine

Jaw pain and headaches can be signs of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. Left untreated, TMJ may become a chronic problem that affects your quality of life. Discover how incorporating Botox® into your regular dental routine can offer relief.

Nov 1st, 2019
Why You Should Never Ignore a Missing Tooth

Do you have a missing tooth that isn’t visible when you smile? Don’t avoid fixing it. Any gap in your teeth may lead to misalignment, early bone loss, and gum disease.

Oct 1st, 2019
Tips for Taking Care of Your Invisalign Trays

Instead of clunky, traditional braces, the Invisalign® system uses removable aligners that are nearly invisible. Read on to learn the benefits of Invisalign and how you can take care of your appliances.

Aug 2nd, 2019
Calm Your Nervous Jitters With Sedation Dentistry

If you struggle with nervous jitters or even panic when dental appointments or procedures come around, sedation dentistry can help you get the dental care you need without triggering your anxiety.

Jul 1st, 2019
What Is Root Planing and Why Do I Need It?

Do your gums bleed and often feel sore? Has your dentist recommended specialized treatment due to signs of periodontal disease? Root planing is a procedure that could be key to restoring gum health.

May 6th, 2019
5 Reasons Why Invisalign Is Still So Popular

You want a smile that you can be proud to flash, but crooked, gapped, or crowded teeth make you feel self-conscious. Braces can be a hassle, but Invisalign® is a valid option. It’s a popular choice for many reasons. Read on to find out why.

Apr 5th, 2019
Veneers Can Help You Smile With Confidence

A good first impression serves you well, whether you’re dating, job hunting, or simply meeting new people. If you have no confidence in your smile, it’s hard to project yourself. Dental veneers can help you achieve a smile you’re proud to show off.

Mar 22nd, 2019
Don’t Fear the Dentist — Learn About Our Sedation Options

If, like 15% of Americans, you have dental anxiety or phobia, you may put off or avoid dentist appointments. But with customizable sedation, you can feel relaxed and confident while receiving the dental treatments you need to protect your health.

Feb 6th, 2019