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5-Top Tips To Help Unclench Your Jaw

Constant clenching and grinding your teeth when you are tense is a condition called Bruxism. The continuous stress on your jaw can lead to TMJ (temporomandibular joint disorder), a painful condition that can cause neck, head and jaw pain and clicking of the jaw. Painful symptoms include head and neck aches, worn down teeth and […]


Nutritional Supplements That Increase The Risk Of Bleeding

Many patients neglect to tell their doctors that they are taking natural supplements on a daily basis.  Some “Natural” or “Herbal” supplements can create a risk during a dental procedure, by causing increased bleeding. Please tell your doctor if you are taking any of these natural supplement, or any other medications, for your own safety. […]


First Aid For A Chipped Front Tooth

“Oh no”, my front tooth chipped! A front tooth chipping is an alarming occurrence. While there is usually no pain, there may be a sharp edge and depending on the size of the chip, it may be unsightly. The first thing to know is that the tooth is unlikely to keep chipping over the next […]


Extracting The Truth About Wisdom Teeth

Articles have emerged discouraging removal of wisdom teeth, especially when they are not creating pain or other problems.http://www.foxnews.com/health/2016/09/21/still-little-evidence-for-removal-symptom-free-wisdom-teeth.html Wisdom teeth, or third molars, most often grown in between the ages of 17-26 and sometimes cause symptoms such as root damage, and swelling and need to be removed. Some dental experts believe in extracting them early […]


Celebrating National Hygiene Month

October is National Hygiene Month. Meet our Gallery57Dental tooth fairies, who remind you to brush twice a day and floss daily, because tooth decay and gum disease are preventable!  


Weighing The Benefits and Risks Of Colgate’s Total Toothpaste

The New York Times asks why a chemical, triclosan, the FDA banned from soaps still exists in Colgate Total Toothpaste. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/07/well/live/why-your-toothpaste-has-triclosan.html?_r=0 Colgate believes the full weight of scientific evidence they’ve collected over 25 years supports Colgate Total’s safety and efficacy. What are the benefits of this chemical ingredient? In 2013, studies showed that toothpastes with triclosan […]


Strong Is Beautiful – eMax Veneers!

  Welcome to the world of eMax Veneers! eMAX, made of the finest porcelain ceramic materials, allows us to create very strong, thin veneers with minimal removal of tooth.When used properly for single tooth restorations its success rate is over 99%. These quality restorations of unmatched beauty, fit and strength can be created in our in-house […]


New Evidence Reconfirms Link Between Periodontal Disease And Heart Disease

A new study from The Netherlands finds that people with chronic gum disease have a significantly higher rate of heart disease and stroke http://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-gums-heart-idUSKCN10Y238. This adds to a growing body of research linking gum, (periodontal), disease to heart disease and strokes. It is significant because it reviewed the health records of over 60,000 patients.   While researchers are not completely sure […]


Cerec And Invisalign – Together At Last

Two of the most innovative dental technologies, CEREC and Invisalign, are now compatible. Invisalign is the premier provider of clear positioners for straightening teeth. Their almost invisible trays are a popular way for adults to straighten their teeth. Up to 2/3 of adults could benefit from straighter teeth which not only look better but are […]


Milling crowns with Samantha, our lab technician

Talk about 10 Years Forward.. 10x faster!” Our milling machine is one piece of our in-house lab that creates crowns in a single visit. How?  Once the Doctor has scanned the patients prepped teeth, the technicians get busy in designing the new crown and milling it. Next step, is for the doctor to try the […]


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