When it comes to tooth restoration, you’ve got options. But the decision isn’t always easy to make on your own. Check out our blog post where we explore the benefits of two of the most popular forms of tooth restoration: dental bridges vs. dental implants.
With everyone cooking at home more often these days, you and your family may find yourselves trying out a bunch of new recipes. If you or your child has braces, one thing that’s definitely worth considering besides what’s nutritious and delicious is also what foods might pose a problem for the orthodontic hardware. Read our blog post for a look at foods to avoid with braces.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, our Charlotte, NC dental office is operating under limited hours for emergencies only. The safety and health of our patients, our employees, and our community are our top priorities. Read our blog post for tips on staying safe during the pandemic.
Want a straighter smile, but don’t have the time or patience to deal with traditional treatment? We might just have the solution for you! Read our blog post where we go over the details of one of our most exciting treatments: Six Month Smiles!
It’s time for some myth-busting! While there are many dental procedures that get an undeserved bad rap, few rise to the level of the root canal. In today’s blog post we shed some light on the procedure and bust the myth that root canal therapy is scary.
Over the years, a root canal has gained a pretty undesirable reputation. Many people fear the treatment and do everything they can to avoid getting one, even if their dentist has told them they need one. Check out our blog post where we dispel root canal myths and walk you through the process.
Whether you’re looking to replace one, multiple, or a whole set of teeth, you’ve got some decisions to make. Dentures and dental implants are two of the most popular tooth replacement options around. Check out our blog post where we give you a close look at each of them, so that you can decide which one is best for your smile.
Gum disease and recession can be very serious, and it can take a toll on your teeth. Read our blog post to find out what to expect if you suffer from gum damage.
A cracked tooth can be a big dental problem. If the crack is serious, it can expose the nerves in your tooth and cause a lot of pain. Without treatment, serious cracks can lead to health issues. Read our blog post for the signs a tooth or teeth may be cracked.
If you’ve been experiencing regular jaw pain, headaches, popping and clicking, or other disruptions in the normal working of your jaw, you may have temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. Read our blog post where we discuss some of the common symptoms of TMJ disorder as well as share some of the ways our team can help!