Blog Articles

What to Expect During Your Sleep Apnea Study

Mornings are hard for all of us. However, if you wake up every morning feeling overly tired after a full night of rest, sleep apnea may be the culprit. Find out how you can get tested and what to expect so you can finally get restful sleep.

May 22nd, 2020
Understanding a Tooth's Anatomy

Not simply hard, white chunks of enamel, your teeth have a surprisingly varied anatomy, comprising several types of hard and soft tissue. Learn more about the components of your smile and why regular care is important.

Apr 24th, 2020
When to Consider a Dental Bridge

Everyone loves a gap-toothed grin on a child. But once you’re an adult, the gaps lose their charm. Instead, they pose practical and cosmetic concerns. Read on to learn how we can restore your smile and help you regain function with a dental bridge.

Mar 20th, 2020
4 Signs That You May Need a Root Canal

Do you need a root canal and are nervous about getting one? There’s no reason to be scared. Read on to learn what to expect from this very common procedure.

Jan 1st, 2020
How Do I Know If I’m Having a Dental Emergency?

Sometimes an emergency situation is very clearly an emergency, but sometimes it’s not clear. If it’s Sunday afternoon and you fall and crack your tooth, should you wait until the next day and go to the dentist?

Dec 6th, 2019
Straight Teeth Are Healthy Teeth: Why Alignment Matters

Straight teeth aren’t just about appearance. Crooked teeth can cause a host of oral health problems, overall health issues, and have a negative impact on your self-esteem. Learn why straight teeth are healthy teeth and what you can do to get them.

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

The impact of a missing tooth goes well beyond aesthetic gaps in your smile. Keep reading to learn about the problems that ignoring missing teeth can bring and the convenient options that exist to replace them.

Oct 1st, 2019
Adjusting to Life with Dentures

Over time, your dentures will feel more natural and normal. To better adjust to the devices, follow your provided care plan, brush and clean them properly, and set realistic goals.

Sep 1st, 2019