On this week of Thanksgiving, we find ourselves counting our many blessings as we reflect on the people who have impacted our business and touched our hearts. Thanks for your business and trust. What an honor to be entrusted with the task of helping your teeth, gums and mouth stay healthy and strong! We are … more
Have you ever woken to the sound of mysterious grinding in the night and looked over to see your partner lying next to you with tension in his or her jaw? Do your children clench their teeth as they sleep? Do you? If so, your partner, your children and you could be suffering from a condition … more
Dentures are made in place of missing teeth to help with biting, chewing and recreating ones smile. Typically dentures are created due to gum disease, tooth decay and accidents or injuries in which a person has lost their natural and permanent teeth. Dentures are made to increase ones appearance and health by way of being … more
Odontophobia or dentophobia is one having a fear of dentistry or the care provided by a dental office. It is estimated that 75% of all adults experience some degree of fear and anxiety in relation to dental practice. Only 10% of individuals are truly diagnosed as having odontophobia.
Brushing or even eating and drinking can be compromised daily due in part to sensitive teeth. Sensitive teeth can also be felt and turn any dental visit or procedure into a strenuous ordeal.