Winter can be a real bummer. Shorter days, frigid weather, icy roads. And on top of all that misery, so many of our patients find that their teeth hurt more in winter than they do throughout the rest of the year. In this blog post, we’ll explore why that happens, as well as some other common causes of sensitivity.
Did you know that 3 out of 4 Americans have some kind of gum disease? Gum disease is very common and can have some serious consequences, but it also can be caught early and easily addressed. Read our blog post to learn what gum disease is and how it is treated.
In our modern world, we have more choices than ever. When it comes to orthodontics, this is no exception. If you decide to straighten your teeth, you’ll have to decide whether you want to get braces or Invisalign. Read our blog post to learn about the main differences between the two procedures.
We will all deal with sensitive teeth at some point in our lifetime. Sometimes the cause is acute and can come on suddenly. Other times, we may deal with chronic sensitive teeth for long periods of time. Check out our blog post for a look at what causes sensitive teeth and what you can do to treat and prevent this common problem.
Have you ever thought about what your teeth are made of? Check out our blog post where we give you a rundown of what’s inside your pearly whites. Contact us if your teeth need a checkup!
Sometimes, dealing with the side effects of a dental problem can feel like a headache. Other times, your teeth may be directly responsible for your headache! Read our blog post where we discuss some of the ways your teeth and mouth can be responsible for your headaches.