TMJ is a jaw disorder that can cause jaw pain but also a number of important symptoms such as headaches, earaches, tinnitus, neck pain, back pain, and more. We use noninvasive and reversible treatments whenever possible to relieve your symptoms.
Headaches are the most common symptom of TMJ, and often this includes migraines. Jaw dysfunction causes muscle tension, pinched nerves, and other problems that can trigger migraines. Treating TMJ can lead to fewer headaches and less intense headaches.
Sleep apnea is when your breathing stops at night, partially awakening you, even though you might not know it. This leads to heart problems, memory problems, and psychological problems, in addition to the impact of daytime sleepiness. We offer a comfortable, flexible treatment option for you.
Snoring is when your airway is partly blocked during sleep. It might seem like a minor nuisance, but it can have a major impact on whoever is sleeping around you. It’s also a sign that you’re not getting enough air when you’re sleeping, and can be a warning of sleep apnea.
As we get older, our teeth become discolored from daily exposure to staining foods and beverages like coffee, tea, wine, berries, and chocolate. If you want white teeth, you can either give up these delights or use professional teeth whitening to safely remove stains.
Porcelain veneers are advanced ceramic fronts that are put on your teeth to change their appearance. Porcelain veneers can repair chips, close gaps in your smile, build up small or poorly shaped teeth, and even cover teeth that are stained deep inside where whitening can’t reach.
General dentistry procedures are those we think of as care and maintenance of dental health. We offer these services in a way that is consistent with our philosophy that all dentistry should promote the health, functionality, and attractive appearance of your smile.
Invisalign is a computer-age approach to straightening your teeth. Instead of old metal wires and brackets, it uses clear plastic aligners to move your teeth in a precise sequence. These clear aligners are almost invisible and they’re removable so you can eat all your favorite foods and don’t have to use special cleaning techniques.
Dental bridges are a tooth replacement option that uses your natural teeth for support. They are fixed and allow you to eat all your favorite foods and are long-lasting, but for most people they don’t have as many advantages as dental implants.
If your tooth is damaged beyond what a filling can repair, a dental crown works to provide protection and support for your tooth. A dental crown can also support a dental bridge, which is a good tooth replacement option.
Gum disease is one of the most prevalent chronic health conditions in the US, affecting most of the adult population. It not only threatens your teeth, but contributes to your risk of heart disease, diabetes, and pregnancy complications.
Although the most important part of maintaining your dental health is the daily care you do at home, there are some things you can’t do with your tooth brush and floss. We remove hardened deposits on your teeth and give your teeth to protect your smile and reduce your risk of gum disease..
Functional orthodontics do more than just straightening your teeth. Functional orthodontics improves the structure of your jaw to eliminate bite problems like TMJ and breathing problems like sleep apnea. Works for both children and adults.