Do you grind your teeth? If you do, then the health and appearance of your smile may be at risk. Chronic teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, can damage teeth and increase the risk of various oral health concerns. By treating the issue, you can stop these grinding/clenching episodes and help safeguard your smile.
Statistics show that between 30 and 40 million Americans are afraid of the dentist. There are different levels of fear. There is anxiety and there is dental phobia. Dental anxiety tends to be a general feeling of uneasiness due to unfounded fears or worries when it comes time to visit the dentist. Dental phobia is… Read more »
Or do they? Has your significant other had to record you while you were sleeping to convince you that you snore? If not, maybe after reading this they will, so you’d better watch out! The truth is, most people snore at least occasionally. Chronic snoring may simply be snoring, or it may be a symptom… Read more »
Dental implants may seem like a scary concept but they are actually a prosthetic that functions just like your original tooth. Because a titanium implant post is directly inserted into your jaw bone it is equally as stable as the original tooth root and just as biocompatible. Biocompatible means that it can be inserted through… Read more »
Do you have an interview coming up? Are you scheduled to give a speech? Do your grown children want a family photo for the holidays? Are you fretting because you don’t have time for a smile make-over? Don’t worry. If you need a great smile fast just snap it on! Snap-on smiles do exist, and… Read more »