Periodontal Disease | Don’t Wait Until it Hurts
Periodontal disease is an infection that affects your teeth’s supporting bone and tissues. Gum disease is another name for this condition. Your gum tissues are able to support each of your teeth when they are healthy. Your gums will pull away from your teeth if you have periodontal disease (gum disease), and they may become…Read More
Periodontal Maintenance vs. Routine Cleaning
Have you been advised to have periodontal maintenance by your dentist or hygienist? You may believe that dental examinations are always the same. Periodontal care and routine cleanings are both done on a regular basis, but the former is a preventative strategy while the latter is a treatment. Here’s a quick rundown of the differences:…Read More
How to Stop Grinding Your Teeth?
Grinding of the teeth, also referred to as bruxism, can have extensive consequences for your dental health. Though it is natural to at times clench your teeth, continuous grinding can cause severe damage and bring about symptoms that affect you throughout the day. Many people are not aware that they grind their teeth because they do it at night while…Read More
What is a Dental Emergency?
When can you see the dentist? We realize that you may have questions about whether you should have dental procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic. ADA is currently recommending dentists close their offices to all but emergency dental procedures. The ADA has provided guidelines to help patients determine when to consult their dentist as to whether…Read More