Bone graft procedures involve placing additional bone tissue in areas where a bone has deteriorated or been removed altogether. Read our blog post to find out when bone grafts might be necessary to maintain your oral health.
While many people worry about the appearance of their teeth, such as how white or straight they are, gum health can often get overlooked. But your gum line is just as important! Read our blog post to learn more about three common causes of receding gum lines.
Out of all the dental treatments out there, root canal therapy probably has the worst rap. To help separate fact from fiction, check out our blog post where we tackle some of the most common misconceptions about root canal therapy.
If you’ve been diagnosed with bruxism, a condition where you regularly grind your teeth, it’s not something to just brush aside. Over time, this constant grinding can leave permanent damage, including wearing down enamel and tooth fractures. Read our blog post to learn about the treatment options for teeth grinding.
Obstructive sleep apnea occurs when the muscles in the back of the throat relax too much during sleep and block the airway. Read our blog post to learn how the dentist can treat sleep apnea.