Causes And Treatment Of Gum Recession

Gum recession is not only a cosmetic issue. It can also be painful and lead to tooth sensitivity. If you have receding gums, it is important that you understand the causes and available treatments.  What Causes Gum Recession? Gum recession is essentially your gums receding to the point that your roots begin to show. There are a number of reasons that it can occur, including genetics. If you have a family history of gum recession, there is a good chance that you could develop it. Read More 

How Your Dentist Can Treat Sleep Apnea

When you feel tired everyday, you should consider whether you are suffering from sleep apnea. If you suffer from sleep apnea, you might be unhappy with your CPAP treatment. Fortunately, there are dental treatments that can be less invasive and more comfortable. Fortunately, oral appliances can be used to treat patients suffering from mild or moderate sleep apnea. What Is Sleep Apnea? Sleep apnea can be caused by repetitive airway obstruction. Read More 

How To Handle A Root Canal That Fails

A root canal is a type of dental procedure that gets rid of an infection deep within your tooth and root. While it is a common procedure that typically has a high rate of success, there are some root canals that fail. Here are some things to do if you think yours has failed. Look For Signs of Root Canal Failure The first thing you should do is make sure that the root canal failed and you are not simply experiencing a new problem. Read More 

Dental Tips During A Move

A move to a new city or state requires lots of planning, and one thing you don't want to overlook is your family's dental care. This is especially important if you have children that have begun to lose their baby teeth, since regular dental visits are a must to make sure everything is growing in properly. It's also important if you have any ongoing dental concerns, such as periodontal disease. The following tips will help you maintain your dental health both during and after the move. Read More 

How To Fix The Appearance Of Your Teeth

If you have gapped, jagged, crooked or discolored teeth, then you more than likely want to do something about your smile so you can move past the problems that come with a smile that makes you feel self-conscious about your appearance. This article will introduce you to a couple different options you may find available to you and give you an inside look at what each option can offer you. Read More