4 Bad Habits that Are Causing Your TMJ Pain

Studies have shown that 85% of TMJ disorder causes are environmental in nature, while only 15% are a result of genetic factors. This means that the things that you do every day could be contributing to your TMJ pain. By breaking some of these bad habits, you can help to ease your TMJ pain, as […]

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Keep These Tips in Mind During April’s National Facial Protection Month

id you know that April is National Facial Protection Month? It makes sense – the weather is getting warmer and we are all anxious to get outside and enjoy our favorite activities. Unfortunately, after months of being cooped up indoors, we sometimes suffer injuries when we first get back to out there, so it is […]

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How to Manage Bleeding after Oral Surgery

If you have an oral surgery scheduled in the near future, you may be concerned about what to expect, especially when it comes to bleeding. Bleeding is extremely common following an oral surgical procedure, so you will want to know what is common and when you should contact your surgeon for help. What You Can […]

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Why is Maintaining Good Oral Health So Important after Dental Surgery?

There are a variety of different types of dental surgery out there, including wisdom tooth extraction, implant placement, crown lengthening, and many others. Regardless of what type of surgery that you have done, the final step will always be the healing phase. This final step is arguably the most important part of the entire process, […]

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Spring is the Worst Season for Dental Trauma

When it comes to the seasons, spring takes the cake in terms of the most cases of dental trauma. While tooth injuries can happen at any time throughout the year, as the winter thaw sets in and you start to enjoy more energetic outdoor activities, your teeth could be at risk of cracking, chipping, and […]

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Can Surgery Treat Your Sleep Apnea?

Do you have a tendency to snore loudly at night? Do you wake up suddenly and extremely short of breath? Does your spouse notice that you stop breathing while you sleep? If any of these scenarios sound like you, it could be possible that you have sleep apnea. Fortunately, treatment options are available. What is […]

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Can Chewing Gum Cause Jaw Problems?

Chewing sugar-free gum is a great way to keep our mouths clean and free of bacteria, and for some people, it also serves as a method for relieving stress and anxiety. However, if you are constantly chewing gum, you might start to experience jaw pain. While this condition is rare, you could even develop TMD, […]

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Could You Benefit from a Sinus Lift?

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Do You Need an Apicoectomy?

If you had a severely infected tooth, you likely would have had a root canal completed in order to remove the infection and to seal the tooth with a filling. While root canals are highly effective treatment options, there are times when the infection doesn’t want to go away even after a root canal has […]

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Are Wisdom Teeth On Their Way Out the Door?

Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars to erupt generally around mid to late teenage years, but can also hold off into early adulthood. This set of molars, unlike every other tooth in the mouth, serves no distinct purpose and therefore technically are not needed at all. The human mouth can hold 32 teeth […]

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