Most dental injuries in sports are preventable and treatable. The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends wearing custom mouthguards for most sports to reduce the incidence and severity of dental injuries. The sports wearing a mouthguard is recommended are acrobats, basketball, boxing, ... Read More about Play Hard. Protect Your Teeth.
In our previous blog post, Some Wisdom On Wisdom Teeth, we discussed what wisdom teeth are and why you may need to have them removed. Today we are covering what will happen if they do need removed and post-op instruction to achieve proper, timely healing. If your wisdom teeth are extracted by our ... Read More about Some Wisdom On Extracting Wisdom Teeth
What are wisdom teeth? Wisdom teeth is another name for the last teeth in your permanent dentition, also known as third molars, usually arriving between the ages of 17-25 years. While most people have wisdom teeth, it is common to have a varying number of them, usually between one and four but ... Read More about Some Wisdom on Wisdom Teeth
The main goal of dentures is comfort, natural appearance and normal function. Replacing missing teeth will help restore your smile and possibly even improve its look especially if you've lost your natural teeth due to disease or decay. Options for replacement: Full upper and lower dentures ... Read More about Dentures: What Are My Options?
Do you have frequent morning headaches? Are you excessively sleepy during the daytime? Has your partner ever told you that you gasp for air during sleep? If you've answered yes to these questions you should be evaluated by your doctor for possible sleep apnea which can be a serious ... Read More about Are you ready for a better nights sleep?