What Are The Types of Dental Implants?
If you have been recommended for dental implants you may be overwhelmed with all of the implant choices available. Our team can help you...
What Are the Types of Dental Surgery?
Dental surgery is needed for many reasons such as a smile makeover, or to correct an injury. Other dental surgery may be a simple extraction...
Should I Call an Emergency Dentist or an Oral Surgeon?
If you have found yourself with a dental emergency you may wonder where to start. Doing research ahead of time to find an emergency dentist is important...
How to Tell if You Have Gum Pockets
You may wonder what we mean when we say you have gum pockets. If you are not trained as a dentist or hygienist, you may not understand this concept. The following information will outline how the pockets are assessed in the treatment of gum disease.
Foods That Can Increase Jaw Discomfort
If you have problems with jaw discomfort, you may have temporomandibular joint pain because of a misalignment of the jaw or because of another condition, such as bruxism. If you want to ease this type of pain, it helps to pay attention to what you are eating.
Pros and Cons of Corrective Jaw Surgery
It is said that a smile is the most beautiful makeup that one can wear. But due to the skeletal structure of our jaws, our smile can be marred with irregular and unaligned teeth. The unalignment and crookedness of our teeth is medically known as malocclusion.
Can You Still Get Dental Implants if You Have Receding Gums?
Periodontal disease, including receding gums, is one of the most common causes of tooth loss. Around 70% of adult tooth loss is a result of periodontal diseases, including receding gums. Of course, when there is not enough tissue to hold the tooth, tooth loss is inevitable. However, receding gums and the associated tooth loss does not always keep you away from dental implants. If you are experiencing receding gums, let’s find out if dental implants are still an option.