Soothing Dental is an unusual practice in many ways, including our concierge approach that includes treating each patient as unique and spending whatever time is necessary to provide solutions to even the most complex oral health challenges.
As you may know, even the most diligent individuals can end up with cavities, gum recession, and even loose teeth. It’s nearly impossible for anyone to keep their teeth and gums completely healthy on their own, especially with the prevalence
While most individuals occasionally snore, it’s possible that snoring may be indicative of a more serious condition known as sleep apnea. Here’s what you need to know about the difference between snoring and sleep apnea.
Grinding or clenching one’s teeth (technically known as bruxism) is a very common problem that is estimated to affect as much as a third of the general U.S. population to varying degrees.
Historically, we have all had small cavities in between our teeth that our dentist has told us they are “watching” because they are not large enough to drill or fill
Why do we brush our teeth with toothpaste? Why do we floss our teeth? What is the role of a mouthwash other than making your breath smell better? These are all questions that we all think about at one point or another in our lives if we in fact are inquisitive
After you have had a significant procedure to improve your oral health and your ability to chew and speak, such as All-on-4 implants, dentures, or bridges
Masseter muscles are the jaw muscles that connect your jaw to your cheeks. Certain habits can cause them to become enlarged and change the way you look.
When you have lost some or all of your teeth, dentures or removable partial dentures are one way to rehabilitate the mouth, and be able to chew properly
Invisalign orthodontic trays have many advantages over traditional braces for those who qualify, including comfort, transparency, the lack of dietary restrictions
Taking care of your teeth is an often an overlooked aspect of your overall health. Sure, you may brush and floss your teeth regularly, but there is more to your oral health than just cleanliness.
Tooth decay (aka cavities or dental caries) is second only to colds as the most common disease for Americans. This is the consequence of families and schools not understanding the need for better education on prevention