Month: September 2017

TMJ Disorder: Why Schedule A Visit?

What’s the point of scheduling a dental visit for TMJ disorder, you may wonder to yourself? After all, you’re pretty sure you know what’s causing the problem. You know the things you should be avoiding, so you may do what you can to prevent the problem from worsening, and you haven’t experienced any excruciating complications… Read more »

Facial Pain: 3 Important Details

Are you dealing with chronic facial pain? We’re not talking about the occasional discomfort that comes from sleeping on the seam of your pillow or a fleeting irritation. We’re talking about what ends up amounting to daily discomfort. It can interrupt your daily life and can even make sleep uncomfortable. The good news for you… Read more »

TMJ Disorder: Don’t Make Assumptions

When you’re making assumptions about what’s wrong with your smile and the areas surrounding your smile, you can find that when you make an incorrect guess, the consequences are more severe than you’d imagined! Instead, we strongly suggest that you come in for a dental visit with our team the moment you think something isn’t… Read more »

TMJ Disorder Q&A: Little Changes, Big Results

When TMJ disorder affects you, it affects your daily quality of life. You rely on your jaws to open and close your mouth, which is something you do when you talk, yawn, eat, sing, laugh, and more. So, it’s easy to see that protecting your TMJ health is essential for a life that’s easy to… Read more »

Your TMJ Problem: 3 Things That Are Not Helping

When you’re struggling with TMJ problems, there are a lot of factors that may come into play. We know that as you begin to become familiar with this disorder that interrupts your daily function and your ability to enjoy the comfortable use of your jaw joints, it’s hard to figure out where to begin. Fortunately,… Read more »

Sore Jaw: How Dental Checkups Help

It’s very easy to forget just how powerful your dental checkup can be for your oral health. Did you know, for instance, that it can help you avoid a sore jaw, prevent problems associated with this issue, and even quickly address the beginning of disorders that will lead to uncomfortable and damaged TMJs (temporomandibular joints… Read more »

2 Restoration Problems Responsible For Bite Issues

Did you have a comfortable bite before you received a restoration for a problem with your oral health? Perhaps you lost a tooth and had it replaced and nothing has been quite the same since. Remember that dental work that isn’t precise can have a significantly negative impact on the way your teeth fit together…. Read more »