Bruxism

Do you ever wake up with a dull headache or sore jaw? If so, there’s a chance you may be grinding your teeth at night. In the dental community, teeth grinding is known as Bruxism, and it’s not always a big deal. However, it shouldn’t be ignored.
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Invisalign: The Clear Choice

Everyone deserves to have a smile that they are proud of. Yet, for individuals with crooked or misaligned teeth, traditional metal braces are less than attractive, uncomfortable, and too much of a bother, specifically for adults. That’s why many are opting for a clear choice—Invisalign.
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Pulp Therapy

Consisting of nerves, blood vessels, connecting tissues, and cells, the pulp is the innermost core of a tooth. When nerves are damaged or at risk due to decay or infection, Pulp Therapy is needed to save the tooth.
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Endodontics: Getting to the Root of the Problem

Infected nerve endings and tissues are known to cause pain. While not all types of tooth pain mean that root canal treatment is needed, you are strongly encouraged to contact your dental professional as soon as possible.
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Acid Attack: Keeping Tooth Decay at Bay

While certain bacteria are helpful, some team up with sugars and starches to create an acid-producing army, wrecking havoc inside the mouth. When teeth and gums are repeatedly punched in an acid attack, enamel begins to break down, and the process of tooth decay begins.
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Inlays and Onlays: Conservative Restoration

Many dentists are using an improved upon variation of traditional treatment, such as inlay and onlay restorations. By simply covering specific proportions of teeth, inlays and onlays help dentists rebuild teeth, conservatively, without the full coverage of a crown.
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