Month: September 2020

3 Things a Custom Oral Appliance Can Treat for You

When treating most types of oral health concerns, one of the most important aspects of designing your treatment is keeping the extent of it as minimal as possible. For many conditions, this often means utilizing advanced technology and materials to create comfortable, minimally invasive treatment plans. Some of these plans can include the use of… Read more »

Using Dental Implants to Support Various Restorations

Over the years, patients who’ve experienced tooth loss to varying degrees have relied on different types of restorations to fully rebuild their smiles and once again enjoy the benefits of full, healthy smiles. Today, those benefits are more extensive than ever before, thanks largely to the use of highly advanced and biocompatible restorative materials and… Read more »

How to Stop Gingivitis Early if It Develops

In most cases, the most effective way to preserve your good oral health is to prevent the concerns that could threaten it. However, while common concerns, such as tooth decay and gum disease, may be highly preventable, they can also form easier than you might expect, and before you realize it. If a concern does… Read more »

How to Tell if You’re At-Risk for Tooth Loss

The thing about most oral health concerns is that they’re largely predictable. Conditions like tooth decay and periodontal disease have specific, direct causes (namely, the oral bacteria that accumulate on your teeth every day). They also progress in specific ways, though how far they progress differs from patient to patient. However, when it comes to… Read more »