How to Deal With a Toothache

A toothache should always be seen as a serious warning sign that says something is wrong with your tooth or gums. This is especially true if the toothache is not associated with any kind of trauma. If you or your child is suffering from a toothache, you should contact your dentist immediately to get advice… Read more »

Gum Disease: The 7 Symptoms

Gum disease, which is also known as periodontal disease, attacks the tissues and bones that surround and support the teeth. Gum disease is usually painless, so you may not realize that you have it. If left untreated, this infection can cause tooth loss in adults. Contact your dentist if you notice any of the following… Read more »

Dental Anxiety: How to Help Your Child

Do you worry about taking your child to the dentist? Are your kids anxious about the visit? If so, we have a few recommendations that may be able to help you. Please feel free to read on if you are interested in how you can help your child overcome their dental anxiety. It may be… Read more »

Laughing Gas: Eliminating Your Fears at the Dental Office

When you think of the dental office, do you think of an evil dentist guiding you into the dungeon and pulling out all of your teeth with giant pliers? If so, our dentist and dental team are here to change your perspective of dentistry! Our dentist and dental office will never fulfill that vision, and… Read more »

Common Symptoms You Should Know About TMJ Disorder

TMJ disorder, or more commonly known as TMD, affects nearly 10 million Americans. If you experienced arthritis, a dislocated disc in your jaw, misaligned jaw, or injury to your face, you may be experiencing some symptoms of TMD. Our team is going to give you some of the common symptoms of TMJ disorder and show… Read more »

What Is Lichen Planus?

Lichen planus is a chronic, inflammatory condition that normally affects the skin, but can appear inside the mouth as well. The cause for lichen planus is unknown, but it is believed that it is caused by the immune system attacking the body. This condition is long-term (the average case lasting 10 years) but it is… Read more »