When your gum tissues become inflamed and begin to recede, this could be a warning sign of periodontal disease. Without treatment, the symptoms could grow more severe and you could risk tooth loss! In today’s blog, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist will discuss how to prevent receding gums, or what can be done to restore your smile!
When you feel tired on a daily basis, even if you believe you slept well, you could be suffering from a sleep disorder known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Often, the issue is related to the positions of oral structures and how well you can breathe at night, which is why our team is ready to help! In today’s blog, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist could help treat your OSA with an oral appliance.
When you snore on a nightly basis, you not only drive your significant other crazy, but this could mean you have a disorder that needs treatment. Fortunately, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist knows how to help you stop snoring, and explains this could be a warning sign of a serious issue known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).
When you have persistent headaches, this orofacial pain could be related to common disorders like TMJ disorder or even bruxism (teeth grinding). To avoid this discomfort, you need a solution that restores balance to your smile. To accomplish this, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist may suggest a custom-made oral appliance.
The disorder bruxism occurs when people grind and clench their teeth frequently, often on a nightly basis. Unless treated, this constant pressure not only leads to orofacial pain, but damaged teeth. The cracks and chips then lead to further complications. In today’s blog, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist will discuss how we diagnose and then stop teeth grinding!
TMJ disorder, also known as TMD, could be a source of major orofacial pain, and even lead to the onset of related issues like bruxism (teeth grinding). In today’s blog, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist wants to help you understand the causes of your TMD, and also look at possible treatment options and warning signs you should recognize.
When you develop discomfort in your jaw joints, head, and jaw, this is known as orofacial pain. These aches could occur throughout your head and face, and could indicate the presence of disorders like TMD or even bruxism (teeth grinding). In today’s blog, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist will look at possible solutions for your orofacial pain.
When you have a professional cleaning every six months, this removes plaque and helps protect your oral health. But what about a deep cleaning? Also known as a scaling and root planing, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist may suggest this procedure to help reverse issues like gingivitis, or to even begin the process of managing periodontal disease.
When you lose a tooth, we may suggest implant dentistry, because these last so much longer than traditional bridges or removable dentures. But what makes them last so long, and offer such a lifelike appearance? In today’s blog, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist is going to talk about the benefits of dental implants.
When you develop a serious oral health issue like periodontal disease, this could cause long-term changes to your smile, from receding gums to the loss of one or more of your teeth. In today’s blog, your Los Angeles, CA, dentist will explain how we manage gum disease and help repair the negative changes brought by periodontal issues.