Month: March 2021

Conservative Treatment With Dental Veneers

For most people, the biggest threat to their oral health consists of concerns driven by bacteria, such as infection or decay. Indeed, factors that impact oral function are often prioritized for the way that they influence the quality of your smile. In other situations, however, function can be completely untouched as the only concern is… Read more »

Treating Internal Tooth Decay

Tooth decay is a serious oral health issue that can grow from a small cavity on the surface of your tooth to a full-blown oral health crisis. Tooth decay is also a progressive condition, meaning that it won’t go away over time, it will get worse. Ignoring the signs of tooth decay will only lead… Read more »

How Implants Benefit Your Grin

While it is certainly nobody’s first choice, adult tooth loss can occur due to a number of factors such as decay and infection. What’s more, the concern is not purely cosmetic in nature, as your oral function and even structure are brought into question. Indeed, once a structure is lost as an adult, it will… Read more »

What You Should Know About Gum Disease

It would be foolish to believe that the only threat to our oral health is dental decay. As a matter of fact, our grins endure a significant amount of wear and tear over the years that can ultimately lead to their demise. From chronic bruxism to sleep apnea, internal infections and even gum disease, it… Read more »

When Daytime Fatigue Is Caused By Nighttime Concerns

For most individuals, the biggest threat to the quality of their smiles includes the harm brought on by oral bacteria, including decay, infection, and loss. For a number of others, however, this example falls short in comparison to the effects of nighttime teeth grinding. In today’s blog, your Northwest IN dentist will take a look… Read more »