We always take steps to help our patients feel welcome, from answering their questions and addressing their concerns, to carefully discussing their oral health and what to expect from treatment. However, we know that many people have concerns about their treatments, often due to dental anxiety. To help ensure our patients remain calm and comfortable,… Read more »
Category: Family Dentistry
In our last blog, we looked at bruxism (chronic teeth grinding), and how this jaw joint disorder impacts your oral health. Today, your Overland Park, KS, dentist would like to look at a related, but very different, issue known as TMJ disorder. We want to explain how treating this issue helps you avoid uncomfortable symptoms,… Read more »
Sometimes, adults develop an oral health issue that causes them to grind and clench their teeth frequently as they sleep. Known as bruxism, this disorder could cause major problems for your oral health and smile beauty. In today’s blog, your Overland Park, KS, dentist will explain how we treat teeth grinding and repair damaged smiles.
Once gum disease forms, there is no cure. However, there are methods of managing the disease to prevent uncomfortable symptoms and also avoid major complications, such as the loss of one or more adult teeth. In today’s blog, your Overland Park, KS, dentist will look at how we manage gum disease with a simple procedure… Read more »
We hope to see you and your family for a checkup and cleaning at least once every six months. This may seem like a minor visit at best, but a checkup and cleaning is actually crucial for the health and beauty of your smile, combating serious concerns like cavities and even periodontal disease. In today’s… Read more »
How often do you brush your teeth each day? Do you always remember to floss? What may seem like minor steps in your oral healthcare routine could be essential for keeping serious concerns like infected teeth or gum disease at bay. In today’s blog, your Overland Park, KS, dentist explains the benefits of proper brushing… Read more »
Without routine care and other steps to protect your smile, you could become vulnerable to tooth decay, leading to serious discomfort and even the risk of an infection. In today’s blog, your Overland Park, KS, dentist looks at what you can be doing to help protect your smile from tooth decay while you’re staying home!
While we’re unable to offer care for general or cosmetic issues, this limit on elective treatments doesn’t extend to emergency dentistry. Your Overland Park, KS, dentist provides emergency care for patients in our community, addressing damaged teeth or treating common issues like tooth decay and infection that could threaten your smile’s health and stability.
Routine care at home does more than just strengthen your teeth and avoid the onset of issues like tooth decay or dental infection. In fact, these steps also help safeguard your smile and overall health from serious concerns like periodontal disease. In today’s blog, your Overland Park, KS, dentist talks about preventing gum disease from… Read more »
A number of factors could cause us to develop bruxism, a disorder in which we grind and clench our teeth frequently at night. One of these is stress, and given everything happening in the world right now, elevated stress levels are very common. When should you talk to your Overland Park, KS, dentist about teeth… Read more »