When Should You See An Emergency Dentist?

Not all oral problems can wait until your six-month checkup at your dentist's office. In fact, certain issues require a trip to the emergency dentist right away. Otherwise, the problem can worsen and cause you a great deal of distress. Here are a few signs that you should see an emergency dentist right away. You Have a Major Toothache It is one thing for your tooth to feel slightly sore after you bite down on something hard. Read More 

Interdisciplinary: The Different Ways In Which TMJ Is Treated

Effective TMJ syndrome treatment should involve an interdisciplinary approach, combining various approaches. This may sound curious to someone like you who's exploring their options for managing temporomandibular joint dysfunction. Certainly, you're grinding your teeth overnight, and probably need dental attention. Additionally, the physical motion of the grinding is causing undue stress and discomfort to your temporomandibular joint, and this no doubt requires attention. But isn't the issue exclusively medical? Mindfulness and Psychosocial Treatments Read More 

Chronic Grinding Of The Teeth: Treatment Options Your Dentist May Recommend

Do you grind your teeth throughout the day and in your sleep? When it happens at night, you likely don't even realize it, meaning you could be seriously yet unintentionally damaging your teeth. Teeth grinding, which is typically referred to as bruxism in the dental world, can take a toll on the teeth, causing damage to the enamel and making the teeth much weaker. When the teeth become more fragile, they're prone to chipping, cracking, and breaking, which puts you at risk of losing teeth. Read More 

Do You Have A Sharp Dental Crown? Ask Your Dentist About Talon Cusps

While your teeth have sharper cusps and incisal edges to help you rip and tear food, a crown shouldn't be so sharp that it's causing irritation. Sometimes sharp cusps develop due to fractures or cavities, however, some people with sharp cusps may actually have a condition called dens evaginatus, or talon cusp. Read on to learn more about this condition and how to treat it. What Are Talon Cusps, and Who Gets Them? Read More 

How Dental Crowns Work

A dental crown, or cap, is an indispensable dental solution. It works well when your tooth is damaged and even when there is no tooth at all. Read on and find out how crowns are made and how they are used.  Use of Crowns This type of dental remedy is also known as a cap most because it does appear to be a cap. The inside of the crown is hollow, and the outside is made of materials like ceramics and tough plastics. Read More