Enhance Your Fall Smile with TMJ Treatments

Did you know that your jaw is extremely crucial for the complex tasks that your mouth requires, including speaking correctly, as well as eating and chewing? A complex ball-and-socket joint in your jaw known as a TMJ is the mechanism through which everything else works. Your TMJs, also known as your temporomandibular joint, are ball-and-socket joints that effectively function to... read more »

Tips and Insights for the Prevention and Treatment of Gingivitis

Gingivitis is the earliest form of gum disease. It often results from the formation of bacterial-rich hardened tartar at the gumline. This causes inflammation in the sensitive gum tissues. Common symptoms, like gums that bleed easily and chronic bad breath, should be viewed as warning signs. The American Dental Association estimates that each year 47 percent of adults over 30... read more »