Caring for Your Dental Implant

Caring for Your Dental Implant

Your dental implant is a significant investment in the beauty and health of your smile, and proper care is essential to its success and longevity. According to the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, over 500,000 people every year get a new dental implant. How can...
Worried About Your Root Canal? Don’t Be!

Worried About Your Root Canal? Don’t Be!

When patients find out that they need a root canal, the first response is often fear, followed by dread. However, your root canal should not make you lose any sleep! The primary goal of every root canal procedure is to save a tooth that is infected and damaged by...
4 Signs of TMD You Shouldn’t Ignore

4 Signs of TMD You Shouldn’t Ignore

Your temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is one of the most unique joints in your body. Sitting right in front of your ears at the base of the skull, the temporomandibular joint supports all jaw movements, including chewing and grinding. The joint is one of the most complex...