We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
You probably can’t imagine a time when you didn’t now how to brush your teeth. However, like every task that’s repeated thousands of times, you may have become somewhat lax in your brushing habits. Brushing up on the brushing basics may help you get more out of your daily oral hygiene regimen. What’s the Benefit of Properly Brushing Your Teeth?…Continue reading
At our dental practice, we know that worries about the appearance of your teeth can prevent you from showing off your smile. We offer practical support for our patients in finding the best orthodontic solution for their situation. One of the most popular ways to straighten your teeth is through the Invisalign system, which is designed to provide real correction…Continue reading
Sleep apnea is one of the most common sleep disorders affecting adults in the United States. It’s characterized by reduced or halted breathing, called hypopneas or apneas. Even though sleep apnea can have negative health consequences from interrupted sleep, many individuals don’t realize they have sleep apnea, especially those who sleep alone. Learning about the risk factors and symptoms can…Continue reading
Since the coronavirus pandemic, dentists have noticed an increase in patients coming into their offices complaining of issues such as migraines, jaw pain, tooth sensitivity and tooth fractures. The rapid increase in these issues is directly related to the clenching and grinding of the teeth and jaw, an issue referred to within the dental community as bruxism. This issue is…Continue reading
Losing your teeth isn’t an inevitable part of the aging process. With good, at-home oral hygiene and regular professional checkups and cleanings, your natural teeth and gums can last throughout your lifetime. Your mouth is the entry point for your entire body and thus plays a major role in your physical health, so be sure that you’re careful about the…Continue reading
Are Dental Implants Right for You? If you or a family member is missing teeth, it can affect the quality of your bite and your smile. This can make it difficult or uncomfortable to interact with others and to feel confident in social and business situations. Dental implants can make a real difference in your appearance and self-assurance. Here are…Continue reading
What Symptoms Will Indicate the Presence of Gingivitis? Gingivitis often is asymptomatic, unfortunately, so you may have the disease for a while without being aware of its presence. If you notice minor bleeding when you brush and floss or if you seem to have bad breath more frequently, then you may have the early signs of gingivitis. Continue reading to…Continue reading
Are You Experiencing a Dental Emergency in Woodbridge? When you experience a dental emergency, it can seem like your entire world stops. Eating, smiling, and being pain-free aren’t options and your whole being focuses on regaining your good oral health. According to the CDC, dental emergencies cost more than $45 billion annually in lost job productivity and a loss of…Continue reading
If you’re not happy with the appearance or function of your teeth, then dental crowns may be the restorative relief you need. See how dental crowns can work wonders for your smile. Why Dentists Recommend Dental Crowns Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps that cover damaged or decayed teeth to restore their beauty, shape, and strength. They are often recommended over…Continue reading
You no longer have to suffer and struggle with missing teeth because dental implants can save the look and health of your smile. See if they’re right for you. The Value of a Dental Implant Today, dental implants are a proven and popular option for secure tooth replacement. They are artificial tooth roots that get embedded deep in the jaw…Continue reading