Common TMJ Symptoms

Temporomandibular Joint Disorder, or TMJ, is a condition that involves the temporomandibular joint, where your lower jaw meets your skull. When the temporomandibular joint is not aligned, a number of symptoms, collectively known as Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ), occur. TMJ is hard to diagnose. That’s why it’s important to see a dentist who has extensive training in the diagnosis […]

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The BioLase Advantage

Dentists will be able to do a variety of dental procedures with less pain and less discomfort using a technique called he Waterlase MD™. This uses a combination of water and laser energy to create a process called HydroPhotonics. It is less invasive than most treatments, but also more precise.   Using BioLase, your dental experience faster […]

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Air Abrasion – Cavities

When you visit the dentist for a cavity filling, you might be surprised by the Air Abrasion technology used. This technique doesn’t require any local anesthetic, and that loud drill noise will be absent. Isn’t technology great?   Air Abrasion works by propelling tiny, harmless particles of aluminum oxide into the cavity, without ever physically touching the […]

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Implant Dentistry

Dental implants are teeth that are implanted in the jaw. They will eventually fuse with your jawbone to create, basically, a working tooth. They are therefore very stable. Unlike traditional crowns and bridges, dental implants will not need support from your surrounding teeth. But because this is a minor surgical procedure, the process will often take a longer time to complete than crown or bridge replacements. This […]

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