2016

How Can A Dentist Correct A Chipped Canine Tooth?

Dentist Blog

The canines are the sharp pointed teeth near the front of your mouth that are responsible for helping grab onto food and passing it back to the molars for grinding. A chipped canine can cause problems with chewing and can prove to be a major blow to your self-esteem since the canines are near the front of the mouth and their distinct shapes make the teeth even more prominent. There are a few ways that a cosmetic dentist can repair a chipped canine to improve your daily life and appearance.

2 March 2016

Natural Ways To Manage TMJ-Related Pain

Dentist Blog

Underneath the skin and tissue on your face lie bones—22 to be exact—which help to shape your face and allow you to do important things like open and shut your jaw. But when the hinge between the cheek bone and the jaw bone has a problem—usually due to impact trauma, clenching or grinding at night, or tightened muscles in the face due to stress—it can lead to large amounts of pain and discomfort, usually called Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (TMJ).

2 March 2016