TMJ disorder means the onset of jaw joint strain, and with it, serious complications, from headaches to teeth grinding. In order to stop this disorder and prevent damage and discomfort, we may suggest a comfortable, convenient, and custom-made mouthguard. How does a mouthguard help address TMD-related symptoms for our Omaha, NE, patients?
Posts Categorized: Preventive Dentistry
Even if you brush and floss every day, keeping your smile healthy still means a routine checkup and cleaning every six months from your Omaha, NE, dentist, whether you’re 8 or 80. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the importance of a regular dental visit, and why having your teeth professionally cleaned can… Read more »
Every six months, according to the American Dental Association, people of all ages should see their dentist for a routine exam. We agree wholeheartedly, and use checkups as a way of helping our patients enjoy optimal oral health. As part of our treatment, we employ advanced digital technology when we examine smiles in Omaha, NE.
A cavity is no fun. Not only do you develop pain in your teeth, but also an increased risk of infection and serious complications. But how do our teeth develop cavities? What can people in Omaha, NE, do to treat cavities or avoid them? First, you need to understand how they form, and the simple… Read more »
Periodontal disease is a widespread issue, one impacting millions in the United States. For some, the disease reaches the advanced stage, known as periodontitis. Soon, adult tooth loss follows and your smile’s health and appearance suffers. However, one can take a few steps to help prevent periodontal disease. Let’s look at what our Omaha, NE,… Read more »
The Centers for Disease Control studies show millions suffer from gum disease in the United States. Without treatment, the disease could lead to a greater risk of tooth loss. How do we reduce the risk of gum disease? What steps can be taken to help patients in Omaha, NE, enjoy better oral health?
When a cavity forms, people experience discomfort and require treatment. However, with a few simple changes our Omaha, NE, patients could help their smiles stay free of tooth decay. We’re talking about what steps one can take to improve oral health and avoid those painful cavities!