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Do You Need A Gum Lift?

Do you have a gummy smile? This refers to excessive gingival tissue, which can make the teeth appear small, uneven, and hurt the esthetics of your smile. Fortunately, the issue can easily be treated with cosmetic dentistry. Do you need…

Do You Need Veneers Or Teeth Whitening?

Our team offers a wide array of cosmetic treatments. We can help remove discoloration or even change the shape of a tooth if necessary. Do you need veneers or teeth whitening? Which procedure can best correct the esthetic issues plaguing…

Your Guide To Cosmetic Dentistry

When meeting someone new, what is one of the first things you notice? For many people, it’s the person’s smile. A beautiful row of teeth can make a great first impression. If you have teeth that have become discolored, misshapen,…

How Do You Stop Grinding Your Teeth?

Often a complication of TMJ disorder, chronic teeth grinding is known as bruxism. Over time, this disorder can actually damage teeth and lead to a number of uncomfortable symptoms. How do you stop grinding your teeth? How do you recognize…

Learn More About Sleep Apnea With Today’s Video

In today’s video, our own Dr. Jennifer Mullarkey discusses our approach to identifying and treating obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Millions of Americans suffer from poor sleep as a result of this disorder. Losing sleep can lead to serious complications and…

Do You Need In-Office Or At-Home Teeth Whitening?

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, you definitely want to look your best for your significant other. What if your teeth are stained? If you have unsightly discoloration you can address the issue with professional teeth whitening. We actually offer…

Do You Have Trouble Sleeping?

Do you often feel exhausted during the day? Does your partner complain about your constant, loud snoring? In the United States alone, over ten million people also have difficulty sleeping as a result of obstructive sleep apnea, a disorder that…

The Germs in your Mouth

Cavities are explained in different ways to teach children and adults how to avoid them. Many people simplify the story by saying that if you avoid sugar and brush your teeth, you can avoid tooth decay. Like any matter inside…

Arthritis and Gum Disease: Is there a Connection?

There are a great many landmines in the world in terms of potential health conditions. For this reason, much of medicine and science over the years has focused on what can potentially be prevented. Oral-systemic health research focuses on links…

Is Green Good for your Teeth?

Your pH levels inside your body can greatly affect your overall health. Too much acid in your system can make various parts of your body inflamed. This may include your gum tissues. Gingivitis (early gum disease) and periodontitis (advanced gum…