Posts Tagged ‘ dental health ’

Scaling and Root Planing: Deep Cleaning for your Smile

Periodontal disease is one of the most common oral health conditions in the world. When left untreated, it can lead to severe gum damage, tooth loss, and even systemic health issues. Thankfully, there are several effective treatments available to combat periodontal disease, and one of the most recommended procedures is scaling and root planing. In […]

No Cutting, No Sewing: Laser Assisted Periodontics

With all of the advancements in technology aiding oral health in the past century, one of the biggest may very well be the advent of periodontal laser therapy, namely Laser Assisted New Attachment Procedure (LANAP) and Laser Assisted Peri-implantitis Protocol (LAPIP). Though lasers are often seen as “high-tech” and it should come as no surprise […]

Dental Implants: A New Age Solution to an Age Old problem

When teeth are missing or decaying, it can lead to functional deficits and embarrassing interactions for patients, often wondering where to turn for help and normalcy.  For years, traditional dentures were a mainstay in the world of dentistry to replace missing teeth, though certainly not without their limitations.  When teeth are missing, and there is […]

Oral Cancer-When it’s More Than Just a Sore

Sores in the mouth, pain with chewing, bleeding gums, and sore throats can seem commonplace.  Between ulcers, fever blisters, oral infections, general illnesses, and the all-too-common periodontal disease, it can be difficult to determine when a sore or a symptom is more than just your run of the mill oral health issue.  But, with oral […]

Full Arch Dental Implants: The Future is Now

Since its inception, the field of dentistry has been ever evolving, particularly in the field of tooth extraction, replacement, and aesthetics.  In life, first impressions are everything, and, as we become more visual as a society and more engrossed in the world of social media and imagery than ever before, first impressions are also everywhere, […]

What Can Good Oral Health Prevent?

good oral health When it comes to your teeth, practicing good oral hygiene should be at the top of your list. We only have one set of fully grown adult teeth that we use in every aspect of our lives. When we see family, friends and even strangers, one-third of the time our teeth are […]