In a dental office, the dentist and dental hygienists work together in clinical patient treatment. Most patients do not understand what their dental hygienist is doing during therapy to maintain and protect their

Computer aided design and computer aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) was introduced to dentistry around 1990 with the first prototype device for digital tooth impressions. After years of evolution, now oral scanning is a relatively

Modern technology has increased a dentist’s choices with new materials to restore decayed, worn or broken teeth. The trend is going away from the use of any metal in the mouth. What is

How We Replace My Missing Tooth? Modern technology has increased a dentist’s choice in ways to replace a missing tooth. What is best for the patient and what are the benefits and risks?

Reasons to Call a Dentist Now! 1. Pain on biting 2. Swollen face 3. Broken teeth 4. Sensitive teeth 5. Jaw pain 6. Bleeding gums 7. Bad breath 8. Dry mouth 9. Mouth

Stop Sports Injuries: Wear Mouthguards Football and soccer seasons are here. Sports related oral and dental injuries are commonplace. School age children are the most likely to suffer injuries to their mouths and

Digital Dental Camera Technology Q: What are dental digital clinical cameras? A: Pictures are now taken digitally at dental offices to capture images inside and outside the mouth. Digital refers to a method

Technology has given dentists a durable tooth colored ceramic with the qualities of strength, wear resistance, tolerated by gums and is tooth colored called Zirconia. Original BruxZir Zirconia crowns have been on the

If you are a cigarette or e-cigarette user you should be concerned about the effects smoking has on your health.  E-cigarettes were introduced as a smoking alternative without smoke. E-cigarettes are battery operated,

9 Symptoms That you Have Xerostomia Dry mouth, also known as xerostomia is not a disease. This medical condition is simply the decrease flow or a change in the quality of your saliva