On this blog you will find articles of my personal life, practice owner, and momlife. You will also find educational content on specific cosmetic dentistry procedures that I believe people should know about before committing to treatment. My specialty in the cosmetic field is in minimally invasive techniques for porcelain veneers and adhesive dentistry.
Take Care of Your Gums
Through taking a look at the facts about gum disease and its potential impact on your health, we hope to raise awareness and highlight the significance of maintaining good oral hygiene practices.
Don’t Let Tooth Pain Hold You Back
The sensation of tooth pain when pressure is applied can point to many dental issues, such as tooth decay, a cracked tooth, or even gum disease. It's important to understand the underlying cause of this discomfort and address it. So, let's explore some possible reasons and discuss what you can do to alleviate the pain and protect your dental health.
The Cost of Deep Cleaning
A persistent ache in your gums, bleeding when you brush, or a nagging sense that your teeth are loose—these aren't just minor annoyances. They're warning signs of advanced gum disease—a condition that erodes the very foundation of your smile.
Essential Foods for Faster Healing
Wisdom teeth removal is a common rite of passage. These often troublesome molars sometimes erupt with no issue, but frequently become problematic through impaction or crowding. As this is the case, their removal may be important to your long-term dental health.
Gum Disease Risk
Many of us view dental appointments as routine checkups that are simply focused on maintaining a healthy, attractive smile and avoiding toothaches. However, taking care of your gums and teeth is about more than just appearances.
Taking Action Against Tonsil Stones
Tonsil stones, also called tonsilloliths, may sound ominous, but these small, hardened formations tucked into the folds of your tonsils are usually a minor annoyance. They can irritate your throat and often cause persistent bad breath.
Effective Tips for Patients
One of the main challenges facing dentists and maxillofacial surgeons at dental practices is diagnosing TMJ disorders. Patients with TMJ disorders often suffer from a variety of clinical symptoms, such as chronic ear pain, anxiety, frequent headaches, and clicking sounds while opening or closing the mouth or even at rest.
helping you choose the right dental school
Are you thinking of becoming a dentist in the big city? Well, hold on! In this guide, I will explain all you need to know about the best dental schools in the USA you should aim for.
Treatment Options for Bumps on Lips
Bumps on the lips can be a concern for many of us, causing both discomfort and a bit of self-consciousness. Understanding what lies behind those pesky little bumps can guide us to effective prevention strategies and management techniques.
Beating Dry Socket Together!
Today, we'll delve into the world of dental health and talk about something you might have heard of but aren't quite sure what it entails: dry socket.
Causes and Treatments
Today, we're going to tackle a topic that many find a little embarrassing to talk about - bad breath, or as we professionals like to call it, halitosis. But no worries, it's much more common than you might think, and the good news is, it's preventable!
Your Path to a Healthy, Pink Tongue
A white tongue can sometimes be a surprise when you look in the mirror during your morning or nightly dental routine. But what exactly does it mean? As a dentist, I'm here to tell you that it's more common than you think.
Characteristics of a Cavity
Understanding what a cavity looks like is crucial, not just for dentists but for everyone. Why? Early detection can save you from a world of discomfort and unnecessary treatments, not to mention - protect your lovely smiles!
Securing a Future of Dental Health and Comfort
A severe toothache is more than just an inconvenience; it's a distress call from your body, signaling an underlying issue that demands immediate attention.
become a dental entrepreneur
As a dental professional, you might harbor ambitions of owning your own practice one day. Such a decision is a significant milestone that marks the transition from dental practitioner to a healthcare entrepreneur.