Month: December 2019

The Difference Between Full And Partial Dentures

Dentures help people with more severe cases of tooth loss enjoy a full, functional, and attractive smile. In today’s blog, your Lake Orion, MI, dentist takes a look at the causes of tooth loss and how we can help return your smile to optimal function and beauty. We’re also going to explain the difference between… Read more »

Replacing Missing Teeth With Porcelain Bridges

Losing your teeth may lead to embarrassment regarding your smile’s appearance, as well as poor oral health. In order to address the gaps in your smile, your Lake Orion, MI, dentist may create a custom-made and lifelike dental bridge using strong and natural-looking porcelain materials. Does your smile have one or more missing teeth? When… Read more »

How Do We Create A Crown In One Visit?

For many years, hearing you needed a crown placed meant bracing yourself for at least two to three visits. However, we know finding time in your hectic schedule for so many appointments is difficult, which is why your Lake Orion, MI, dentist can create and place crowns in just one visit. Find out how we… Read more »

Does A Toothache Mean You Have A Cavity?

Pain in our teeth could be the result of a cold winter wind, or even a sinus or allergy problem. However, if the pain persists for more than a day or two, then you may need to talk to your Lake Orion, MI, dentist. Persistent pain and sensitivity are often calling-cards of tooth decay, and… Read more »

The Dangers Of Teeth Grinding

For most people, teeth grinding is a rare occurrence linked to stress or occurring at a young age. However, for a few, a disorder known as bruxism could arise, a disorder in which a person regularly grinds or clenches the teeth. Unless treated, this could lead to serious complications for your oral health. In today’s… Read more »

Why Treating Gum Disease Promptly Matters

Until you have to deal with it, gum disease can seem like a distant threat; something to be aware of, but not something you think you’ll have to deal with any time soon, or ever. Yet, once gum disease develops, its presence can become the biggest concern for your immediate and long-term oral health, threatening… Read more »