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Like many other dental technologies, dental x-rays are also changing. There are some big benefits to these changes for both doctors and patients. Here’s a look at what you can expect from our updated approach to taking dental x-rays.
Medical doctors have used lasers in patient care settings for more than 30 years. Dentists also use laser treatments to address a number of conditions that affect a patient’s teeth, gums and soft tissues. In our practice, the dental laser has replaced the drill for most treatments involving the teeth. This includes finding tooth decay, dental fillings, tooth repair and even reconstruction.
If you’ve never had a crown, you may not appreciate the traditional process of this type of dental repair. A crown is a cap that fits over the entire surface of a broken, decayed or damaged tooth. A crown restores the strength and shape of a damaged tooth, and...
Sleep apnea is a medical condition that affects about 22 million Americans. Over-relaxation of the muscles in the airway and throat are the primary cause of this condition. The relaxed muscle tissue partially blocks the airway, causing oxygen intake during sleep.
When you're expecting a baby, you've naturally got a lot of things on your mind. You undoubtedly have a long list of things to do before the baby arrives, too! Regular dental checkups during pregnancy are both safe and important to your overall health. Pregnancy does...