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What Is LANAP?

LANAP, or Laser-Assisted New Attachment Procedure, uses advanced technology to treat periodontal disease. The specialized wavelength laser removes diseased and infected tissue from underneath and around the gumline effectively. After tissue removal, the gum heals naturally while halting disease progression.

How Do I Know If I Have a Cavity?

A dental cavity is a damaged area on the tooth's hard surface that develops into tiny holes. Also called dental caries or tooth decay, cavities are due to poor oral hygiene and other factors.

Preserving Natural Teeth: How Biomimetic Dentistry Prevents Unnecessary Tooth Reduction

Biomimetic dentistry is a progressive approach focused on preserving natural teeth by mimicking nature's original design.

Chronic Bad Breath: Causes, Remedies, and Prevention

Ever experienced that moment of surprise and embarrassment when someone points out that your breath isn't exactly fresh? It's normal to have bad breath after eating certain foods or first thing in the morning.

Sedation Dentistry: Reducing Anxiety During Dental Procedures

Visiting the dentist can be an anxiety-inducing ordeal for many individuals. Dental anxiety affects millions worldwide.

The Benefits of Laser Dentistry

Laser dentistry is a modern technique for treating dental problems using laser technology. It is a comfortable treatment option for many dental procedures dealing with soft or hard tissue compared to non-laser tools or drills. 

Gum Disease: Common Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment

For better or worse, gums play a crucial part in your oral health. While naturally supporting your teeth, they also give you swollen gums, bad breath, and sensitive teeth.

How to Know If You Need Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

Each year, many patients have their wisdom teeth removed for various reasons. It is a standard procedure; however, it’s not often clear when it’s necessary to remove them and when they can be left in place.

How to Save Your Teeth From Root Canals

Root canals are dental procedures that help you repair your tooth without removing it. They are ideal for severely damaged teeth where the pulp inside your tooth has an infection or inflammation. The damage can happen through deep cavities, cracking or breaking of teeth, and a history of multiple dental procedures.

TMJ Awareness: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

The temporomandibular joint is a sliding hinge that joins your skull to the jawbone. It allows you to chew, yawn, and talk. It also facilitates side-to-side and up-and-down movement. Problems with your facial muscles and jaw can result in disorders.