If you are receiving dental implants, your dentist might recommend bone grafting during your consultation. It may sound a bit intimidating, but bone grafting is not unusual for those pursuing dental implant surgery, and it’s painless as well! Read our blog post to learn about the role of bone grafting in the dental implant process.
We offer emergency dental appointments to help our patients find relief in unexpected dental situations. Take a look at our blog post where we describe three situations that are actually dental emergencies and ones you should see us right away for.
Are you experiencing frequent jaw pain, jaw clicking, or headaches? These are common symptoms of TMJ or temporomandibular joint disorder. TMJ refers to problems with the two joints on either side of your face that connect your jaw to your skull. Read our blog post to learn about the long-term consequences of TMJ.
Have you ever woken up with a stiff, sore jaw, or you enjoy contact sports but never wear any protection for your teeth? Both of these, and more, are signs that you should look into getting a mouthguard. Read our blog post to learn about the benefits of mouthguards, including signs you should get one.
It’s no secret that you can reduce your risk for most major dental issues with a healthy diet and a good at-home oral hygiene routine. If this makes you wonder if professional dental cleanings are really necessary, think again. Check out our blog post to see how important regular dental cleanings are for your oral health.
When people are weighing whether or not to get dental implants, many wonder how comfortable they really are. Check out our blog for all the answers to your dental implants questions.
If you’re looking for a new dentist in Charlotte, you’ve come to the right place. From our variety of services and office amenities to our great location, read our blog post for five reasons why we’re the right dentist near you.
It’s one thing to have a missing tooth, but another to have multiple missing teeth in a row. Missing teeth makes it harder to properly break down your food, can prevent you from speaking properly, and can make it more difficult to show off your smile. Check out our blog post to see if dental bridges may be a good restorative option for you.
Cracking a tooth can happen when you least expect it. Whether your tooth gets cracked from a sports-related injury or you’re eating something too hard, it’s important to know what to do in order to save your natural tooth and get pain relief as soon as possible. Read our blog post to see what you should do if your tooth cracks.
Partial or complete dentures are an effective way to replace missing teeth. Not only do dentures help you to eat and talk normally, they also restore your smile’s appearance. Read our blog post to learn how to properly care for dentures in order to maximize their lifespan.