Month: May 2015

Common Risk Factors for TMJ Disorder

Your smile is more than just unique; it is also complex, and comprises more than the teeth and gums that you should keep clean every day. For instance, in order to bite and chew your food as they were meant to, your teeth must be powered by your jaws, which pivot on a pair of… Read more »

Frequent Questions About TMJ Disorder

You might grind or clench your teeth every day. Whether it is when you’re asleep, or just being stressed or anxious, grinding your teeth applies an enormous amount of pressure to the joints in your jaws.  Over time, this can develop into trouble chewing, or cause the upper and lower teeth in your mouth to… Read more »

What Anxious Patients Should Know About Dental Sedation

Sedation is an important part of many dental procedures, particularly extensive restorative treatment, or procedures that involve oral surgery, like dental implant placement. However, dental sedation can also help patients who require more minor dental work, but feel anxious about visiting the dentist for treatment. Today, we explore what anxious patients should know about the… Read more »

About Your TMJs and TMJ Disorder

Since childhood, you may have always been aware of how important clean teeth and gums are to your oral health; hence the need for brushing and flossing every day. However, your oral health includes more than just your teeth and gums, but also a variety of oral tissues, your jawbone, and the complex joints that… Read more »

Suggestions For Daily Comfort

There are a lot of changes that can affect your oral health, which may lead to discomfort. Whether you deal with a toothache, gum discomfort, or headaches, you may wonder if there’s anything you can do to achieve and maintain daily comfort for a quality of life that is pleasant and allows you to move… Read more »