Posts Categorized: General Dentistry

5 Oral Health Tips For Seniors

People of all ages need to see the dentist and take steps to maintain good oral health. This is especially true for seniors. Due to variety of factors, senior patients often experience a greater risk of periodontal disease, tooth decay, and even tooth loss. However, there are many steps for seniors to take to help… Read more »

Do You Need Headache Relief?

Do you suffer from persistent headaches, but have yet to determine the cause? You may need to stop by and see your dentist. People are often surprised to learn that their headaches could be the result of an oral health problem, such as TMJ disorder or even bruxism (teeth grinding). Do you need headache relief?

Do You Need A Crown Or A Filling?

A general dentist is one who offers a number of dental treatments designed to address problems and help safeguard smiles against common oral health concerns. Our approach to general dentistry includes treatments that address decayed or damaged teeth. Do you need a crown or a filling to improve the health and beauty of your smile?

Got Spring On The Mind?

Are you a little bit obsessed with the fact that Spring has finally sprung? Perhaps it’s all you can do to keep yourself from running outdoors, shirking your responsibilities, and taking a nice nap in the grass. While you might not be able to check out from your usual daily life to enjoy the weather,… Read more »

Is It Stress? Or Sleep Apnea?

We are just approaching April, which means many things. In the world of dental care, one thing it brings to mind is the fact that April is Stress Awareness Month. Surprised that we would be thinking about stress, since it doesn’t seem to have much to do with your oral health? As a matter of… Read more »

Chronic Headaches? See Us ASAP.

Do you find that you are taking pain relievers on a surprisingly consistent basis to address your headaches? Are you doing things the way you always have (or have you been enjoying a more healthy lifestyle lately, but your head pain is the one thing that remains)? If so, it is important to realize that… Read more »

A Look at Dental Care Through the Centuries

In today’s world of dentistry, our collective dental knowledge of is vast enough to require separate dental specialties to address the numerous aspects of oral health. For instance, endodontists deal specifically with issues concerning the interior of the tooth (i.e., tooth pulp infections, severely damaged teeth, root canal treatments, etc.), while periodontists address concerns of… Read more »