Do you ever look in the mirror and wish your smile was different? Maybe you’ve looked into different treatments, but they’re way out of your budget. Check out our blog post to learn about Snap-On Smile treatments. They may be the answer for you!
When you smile at yourself in the mirror, do you wish your teeth were whiter? There are many whitening options out there. Check out our blog post to learn how teeth whitening works.
The TMJ joint lets you open and close your mouth. If something happens to these joints, it can cause a misalignment in your bite. When this happens, it’s common to experience symptoms like aching pain. Read our blog post for 5 exercises to help with TMJ pain relief.
There are many ways that untreated sleep apnea can damage your health, but can it be fatal? Read our blog post for some answers.
You may not be so familiar with your “TMJ” or “temporomandibular joint,” but you make use of it every day. It’s the joint that’s responsible for jaw opening and closing. Read our blog post to learn about TMJ dysfunction and how it is diagnosed.
Dental crowns are a useful dental treatment for many different situations. While they’re a durable option, they’re not invincible and unfortunately, they can’t last forever. Check out our blog post for what you need to know about how long dental crowns last.
Sleep apnea isn’t something that should be ignored. This sleep disorder can lead to long-term negative consequences for someone’s health. Read our blog post for a look at the different ways to treat sleep apnea.
So, you just got dentures. It may take you some time to get used to this difference in your smile, but don’t worry it’ll become like second nature in a little while. Check out our blog post for some basic guidelines on how to maintain your dentures.
The American Dental Association calls oral health “a window to your overall health.” Read our blog post to learn how poor oral health can lead to a variety of medical problems.
Your TMJ (temporomandibular joint) is the hinge that lets you open and close your mouth. You have one on each side. Like with all joints and muscles, sometimes things can go wrong with the TMJ. Check out our blog post for a look at the most common TMJ disorder symptoms.