Don’t Let These Parts Unnerve You During Your Dental Implant Procedure

1 December 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Dental implant surgery has come a long way over the years. Today, implant surgeries are routinely performed with local anesthesia and a sedative. Patients tend to recover well, and most implants last a lifetime. Knowing these things can help keep you confident during your dental implant procedure. However, there are still some things that you may not expect. Don't let the following aspects of the procedure unnerve you; they are normal. Read More 

Root Canal Or Dental Extraction? Faqs About Both Treatment Options

27 October 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Do you need a root canal or a dental extraction? You have pain and other signs of serious decay. If you're not sure which type of treatment is the right way to go, take a look at everything you need to know about two of the most common dental procedures. What Is A Root Canal? This endodontic treatment requires a dentist or dental specialist (endodontist) to remove infected, inflamed, or injured soft pulp from the interior of the tooth. Read More 

Are You A Good Candidate For Arch Rehabilitation?

26 September 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Your dental arch is the arch-shaped curve of your upper or lower jawbone that holds your teeth in place. If your arch has been giving you problems, your dentist may recommend arch rehabilitation. This type of dental treatment can improve the overall appearance and function of your teeth. To determine if you are a good candidate for arch rehabilitation, your dentist will consider several factors. Your Need for Arch Rehabilitation Read More 

What You Need To Know About Pain After A Root Canal

22 August 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Do you know what the best thing is about the pain you are feeling after having a root canal? The best thing is the root canal is done and the healing process has already begun! Unfortunately, healing from a root canal takes time. Your mouth has undergone trauma and only time will make it feel pain-free again. In the meantime, it is completely normal to feel some pain and swelling. Your jaw may be sore from being propped open while you were in the chair, or you may have sensitivity around the base of the tooth where the roots were previously infected. Read More 

How Menopause Can Affect Your Dental Health

18 July 2022
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you need medical advice related to your menopause, chances are you'll consult your doctor. Depending on the nature of your inquiry, your doctor might need to refer you to a specialist. You might not expect to be referred to a dentist, but menopause can result in some changes to your teeth and gums—and these changes often need to be managed.  Physical Effects The physical effects of menopause are triggered by natural hormonal changes. Read More