Dental Services

It’s estimated that around 54,000 cases of oral cancer are diagnosed in the US annually. VELscope is an FDA-approved system used to screen for oral cancer and other abnormalities which may not otherwise be visible to the eye.
A cracked or fractured tooth is a common problem. In all cases, the crack should be examined as soon as possible by a dental professional in order to determine what form of treatment is required.
The pandemic has resulted in a stressful time for everyone in the world, and, for many people, this stress can result in orofacial pain. A study published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine took a look at patients in two countries and examined how the stress of COVID-19 lockdowns may have caused an increase in jaw-clenching, teeth-grinding, and orofacial pain.
Did you know that over 5 million people in the United States require a wisdom tooth extraction? And while you may be looking to have this treatment done in the future, there are certain things you should take into consideration.
Although root canals and extractions may seem like unpleasant experiences, they are for more preferred to ignoring necessary dental work. Both of these treatments can be used when a tooth is suffering from an excessive amount of damage. 
Unfortunately, tooth grinding, or gnashing, affects between 30 and 40 million Americans. What's more, this condition, also known as “bruxism,” is unintentional or involuntary. That's why most people who have it usually do it in their sleep.
Are you in need of front teeth or premolar replacements? Or are you looking for a dental option that addresses teeth located in a narrow space? If your answer is “yes” to either of these questions, you may be in need of mini dental implants.
The term oral surgery can be a little scary, especially if you've never had to do more than a filling. If you're curious about the various types of oral surgery and what they entail, stay tuned, because you're about to find out.
We previously discussed the times and circumstances where a person might need to have root canal treatment performed, but many people are wary of having it done. You may have heard people say it's a painful procedure, but is there any truth to that, or is it just a myth.
When it comes to dental anxiety, the term “root canal” has likely made more than a few people nervous. Modern dental techniques have made this procedure nothing to fear, and, in fact, having a root canal done can actually alleviate the pain a patient may experience.
Dental implants are the best modern dentistry can offer when it comes to replacing a tooth, and, in a previous article, we talked to a number of dentists to get a general idea of what having implants done might cost.
Let's be honest, there aren't many people who look forward to going to the dentist. In fact, about 60% of people have admitted to experiencing anxiety when it comes to getting their teeth checked.
There are many cases where dental implants can improve the quality of life for people with missing teeth, whether they only need a single implant, or the implants will be used for a bridge or implant-retained dentures.
Did you know that about 42% of Americans don't see a dentist as often as they should? Regular visits to the dentist are key to prevent dental disease, cavities, and other oral issues.