Do you have unexplained jaw discomfort or tenderness in your jaw when you eat or hear a clicking sound when you open and close your mouth, even when talking or yawning? There is a chance that you might be suffering from TMD.
Are you unhappy with the appearance of your teeth? February is a month filled with the celebration of love. If you don’t love your smile, now is the perfect time to do something special for yourself and make a change. Whether you want to show off your smile to a special someone or stare at yourself in the mirror admiring your grin, we have the perfect solution to make a change that you will love. Continue reading to learn more about this popular treatment.
After a baby is born, it is so exciting to enjoy and show off any milestones as they occur. Nothing is more thrilling than hearing a baby babble for the first time. As time moves along, it’s not uncommon for many toddlers to experience some form of speech impediment or delay.
Have you ever wished that some treatments could be more comfortable so you could have a more pleasant experience? Sometimes, there’s just no getting around the fact that a particular treatment is difficult or uncomfortable.
The crisp, cold December air in Wisconsin is the perfect sign that the holidays will be here before we know it. For many of us, we spend the season thinking of others by trying to find the perfect gift, or doing something to spread a little holiday cheer to those less fortunate. After the struggles and stress the past year has brought, now is the perfect time to do something for yourself this holiday season. If you have been unhappy with your smile and have been wondering what you could do to make some improvements, we would love to meet with you to discuss your options.
Many of us are living a bit differently than we were just 8 months ago. We’ve drastically changed our routines, and most of us have put more emphasis on hygiene and personal safety. Unfortunately, this means that some patients have put off their regular hygiene appointments and dental treatments, which can lead to oral health problems. We’re here to tell our patients that there’s no need to put appointments off any longer. We have made some additions to our sanitation and cleaning routines to help keep our patients and our team stay safe and healthy.
With the year quickly coming to an end, now is the perfect time to make some changes for the upcoming year. To say 2020 has been challenging is an understatement. So, it’s a great time to treat yourself and start the new year with a new you! If you have been self-conscious about your smile due to numerous imperfections and long to make improvements, porcelain veneers are a great choice. Porcelain veneers are thin coverings that are placed over the front of the natural tooth to hide imperfections.
It’s hard to believe that another year is almost over. With the start of November, many of us have reached the time of year where we start to reflect on all we are thankful for. Most of us would list family, friends, home, health, and careers as reasons we are thankful. Can you think of another important part of your life that you should be especially grateful for? We can, and it may surprise you. Continue reading to see why.
Parents want what is best for their children in every way. Many parents are well aware of the specific milestones that children should reach during the first eighteen months of life. However, there are several important growth and development factors that must be evaluated in each child during the first decade of life. Surprisingly, it is the dentist who becomes the guardian of normal facial growth and development for young children to achieve the following:
Do you wake in the morning and realize that your mouth always seems dry? Or maybe you wake and feel more tired than usual. The culprit could be your breathing. Breathing not only provides your body with the oxygen it needs to survive, it also allows you to release carbon dioxide and waste. You have two air passageways to your lungs—the nose and mouth. Healthy people use both airways to breathe. So, what can it mean if you are only breathing one way? Read on to find out.