Without routine care, children often develop cavities. Tooth decay not only leads to pain, but also a risk of losing baby teeth prematurely, and with that an increased chance of misalignment occurring. In today’s blog, we’re looking at how our Omaha, NE, patients can avoid tooth decay and protect their children’s smiles.
Omaha, NE Dental Blog
Do you suffer from bruxism? This disorder impacts many people in the United States and causes them to grind their teeth or clench their jaw at night. For our patients in Omaha, NE, we have a potential solution with custom-made oral appliances. Let’s talk about how to stop grinding your teeth!
Do you have persistent headaches? You may be surprised to learn there’s a connection to a common oral health issue. TMJ disorder, also known as TMD, can lead to patients in Omaha, NE, suffering from serious discomfort. Is TMD responsible for your headaches?
Think about what tooth loss does to a person’s daily life. Beyond its effect on the way you look, tooth loss can make it harder for you to bite and chew, which can lead to further problems for your oral health. It can also leave you in a situation where you have an increased chance of suffering further losses. Your Omaha, NE dentist’s office can help you restore your smile through dental implant-held restorations. The prosthetic you receive can be stable enough to help you with biting and chewing tasks, in addition to helping you feel comfortable with the way you look. Dental implants also offer benefits over time, particularly due to their ability to prevent jawbone resorption, a problem that people experience after tooth loss. (more…)
When was the last time you stopped in for a routine dental exam? Unfortunately, people often put off these visits. A dental checkup is essential for keeping your smile healthy and preventing minor problems from becoming something much more serious. Why do we need dental exams and when should our Omaha, NE, patients schedule one?
When one of our Omaha, NE, patients experience a dental emergency, we provide care as soon as possible to mitigate any damage and discomfort and prevent serious complications. But what is a dental emergency? In today’s blog, we’re looking at a few common scenarios and how you should respond to them.
With Invisalign®, we offer our Omaha, NE, patients a clear alternative to metal braces. Do you have questions about the Invisalign® system? We’re looking at common questions our patients have asked about clear braces.