Holiday Dentistry: Sedation Dentistry

If you are looking at the daunting task of a complex oral health care procedure to repair or replace any damage to your mouth, fear not, as there are numerous sedatives available to help ensure you stay relaxed and free of pain that range from mild relaxants up to heavy forms of sedation that can put a user to sleep.... read more »

Do You Treat Your TMJs Right?

Do you treat your TMJs right? Your TMJs, also called your temporomandibular joints, are joints in your jaw that play an essential role in your mouth’s ability to open and close. Some signs that they may be damaged include irregular popping noises from your jaw, the inability to have full movement when opening and closing your mouth, pain within your... read more »

Relieving Your Canker Sores

Canker sores are annoying and painful, and can make simple activities like eating and talking unpleasant. Generally, these sores don’t require dental treatment, and should fade on their own after a week or two. However, we strongly recommend visiting a dentist if you have a particularly persistent or painful sore. While no one is exactly sure what causes canker sores,... read more »