Pinhole Surgery for Receding Gums: Fast, Simple, Effective

By office on Wednesday, January, 8th, 2020 in Dental Procedures No Comments

Most people know that receding gums are nothing to smile about, but you might not know just how common this dental problem is. If you’re over 18, there’s a 50-50 chance you have at least some recession; when you’re over 65, those chances shoot up to 88%.  It’s not just a cosmetic issue.  For one, […]


GCD Flashback: It’s Alive!: New Ways to Save Dying Teeth

By office on Tuesday, November, 19th, 2019 in Dental Procedures No Comments

Originally posted May 15, 2019 When you look at your smile, it can be tough to realize that each tooth isn’t just some hard, lifeless mass. Each tooth is, in fact, a living organ surrounded by a coat of enamel. Underneath that enamel is a softer layer of tissue called dentin, which is made up […]


For Dental Implants, There Are Good Reasons to Favor Ceramic Over Titanium

By office on Tuesday, October, 1st, 2019 in Dental Procedures No Comments

While conventional dentistry still largely depends on titanium for implants, it’s not the only option out there. Nor is it necessarily the best option.  Recently, researchers reviewed more than a decade’s worth of clinical studies on the durability of zirconia implants compared to metal. Their study, published last month in Dental Materials, found “no clear […]


Dental Sedation Without the Narcotics? We’ve Got That

By office on Tuesday, September, 3rd, 2019 in Dental Procedures No Comments

A lot of people get pretty freaked out about seeing the dentist, and it’s not hard to understand why, especially if they only come see us when something is wrong. By the time most dental symptoms become a burden, what’s needed to fix the problem is usually far more intensive than had the problem been […]


It’s Alive!: New Ways to Save Dying Teeth

By office on Wednesday, May, 15th, 2019 in Dental Procedures No Comments

When you look at your smile, it can be tough to realize that each tooth isn’t just some hard, lifeless mass. Each tooth is, in fact, a living organ surrounded by a coat of enamel. Underneath that enamel is a softer layer of tissue called dentin, which is made up of miles – yes, miles! […]


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