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What is TeethXpress?

What is TeethXpress?

Tooth loss is a common occurrence in the United States. There are nearly 36 million adults living without all of their upper and/or lower teeth. With so many tooth replacement options, it is hard to know which is the best solution. The most hassle-free and easiest solution is TeethXpress! In just one appointment, your smile […]

Oral Health & Osteoporosis Part 2

Oral Health & Osteoporosis

In part one of this blog series, we mentioned some dental health issues which may result due to osteoporosis. Another concern is periodontitis, which is a chronic condition in which the gums and bones are affected. The infection of this disease breaks down the bone and connective tissue that holds the teeth in place. As […]

Oral Health and Osteoporosis Part 1

Oral Health and Osteoporosis Part 1

Are you aware that bone is an active living cellular material, and serves a variety of purposes? It serves as the understructure of our bodies, supports muscles, and protects essential organs. Collagen and calcium phosphate crystals are elastic threads that makeup bones (most of the body’s calcium can be found in bones). These particular compounds […]

How is a Periodontist different from a General Dentist?

How is a Periodontist different from a General Dentist?

A periodontist is a dentist who is a specialist in gum disease. This includes diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of periodontal diseases. These diseases are the infections of the various structures surrounding your teeth: the gums, the periodontal ligaments, as well as the alveolar bone which holds your teeth. Periodontists treat more than just your teeth. […]

What is Tongue-Tie?

What is Tongue-Tie?

Tongue-tie, also known as ankyloglossia, is a condition which restricts the tongue’s range of motion. It occurs when the frenulum, which is the band of tissue between the floor of your mouth and the bottom of your tongue, is too short, thick, or tight. The frenulum is important because it prevents you from swallowing your […]

The Dangers of Over Brushing

Everyone understands that good dental hygiene starts with brushing and flossing regularly, drinking plenty of water, and preserving a balanced diet. The majority of dental practitioners advise brushing twice a day for a minimum of two minutes. Brushing is very important, but what the majority of people do not consider is just how much pressure […]

Manual or Electric Toothbrushes: Which is Better?

In the last few years, we have seen an increase in the appeal of powered toothbrushes. With all the hype surrounding them, are they really better than traditional ones? Dental professionals agree that a regular toothbrush can clean teeth just as well as a powered toothbrush. When it comes to choosing one or the other, […]

Bruxism: How You Might Be Damaging Your Smile While You Sleep

Of all the ways humans show their stress and anxiety, such as nervous twitches or nail-biting, the one that may go unnoticed is bruxism, or the grinding of our teeth. In fact, many people will unknowingly grind their teeth while they sleep and wonder why they have jaw pain. The truth is, there are many […]

Bizarre Dental History—Painless Parker

Imagine: you decide, after brunch with a few friends, to take a walk in the park. It’s a beautiful day and, as couples share picnics and dogs catch frisbees in their mouths, a live band begins playing your favorite song. You’re feeling good, and just as you’re about to say so to your friends, you […]

Does your Child Need One of These Orthodontic Tools?

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Everyone has known someone who had dental braces. Most of us sported them or knew friends and family who did throughout our adolescent years. In fact, nearly 4 million Americans are using braces right now, and they are one of the most utilized variety of pediatric orthodontics. We’ve compiled a quick lineup of a number […]