Do you have discoloration on your smile? We know that no one is ever happy with stained teeth, and people often desire a brighter smile. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists will look at our at-home teeth whitening system, which uses trays and a bleaching gel to break up and remove severe stains in as little as one to two weeks!
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) impacts up to 18 million people in the United States, and can lead to serious oral health issues and problems with your heart health and immune system. In order to avoid problems with your ability to sleep and to help you feel more alert during the day, we may suggest treatment. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists talk about treating sleep apnea in our community.
We all snore occasionally, and a number of factors could cause us to do so. However, if we tend to snore nightly or nearly nightly, this could actually mean trouble and lead to serious negative impacts on our ability to rest (and on our significant other’s patience). In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists look at when you should be concerned about your snoring.
Two jaw joints disorder impacts millions of people in the United States: TMJ disorder, also known as TMD, and bruxism. While very different, there are a lot of links between these two issues, and both could lead to serious problems for your overall oral health. In today’s blog, we talk about the symptoms of these disorders and how we can treat them.
We recently discussed the benefits of routine checkup and cleaning visits. In today’s blog, we would like touch on this subject again, this time focusing on a unique procedure known as a perio cleaning, or a scaling and root planing. Your El Paso, TX, dentists may recommend this option for people gingivitis or the early stages of periodontal disease.
As adults, you know that routine and daily flossing helps safeguard your smile against everything from tooth decay to gum disease. Now, what about children? Turns out that as soon as your child has teeth that sit side-by-side, flossing becomes vital for avoiding poor oral health. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists talk proper flossing for children.
For people missing most of their teeth or all of them, dentures provide a solution that allows them to eat and speak again with ease. While effective, we have an alternative to removable dentures that is more secure and natural-looking. In today’s blog, your El Paso, TX, dentists talk about the benefits of the unique All-On-4® system.
Now that we’re in a new year, you should start taking steps to improve your oral health! What better way to start than by visiting your El Paso, TX, dentists for checkups and cleanings? With a routine visit, we can help kids and adults alike enjoy better oral health and a more attractive smiles. How often should you see us for treatment?
When a tooth starts to hurt, this could mean decay or possibly the early stages of a dental infection. In order to halt discomfort and prevent the loss of your tooth, your El Paso, TX, dentists may suggest a root canal. This safe and comfortable endodontic treatment can restore the tooth and protect your smile from spreading infection or suffering a lost tooth!
If you see your El Paso, TX, dentists with a cracked or chipped tooth, or if we find you have an advanced cavity or infection, then you may benefit from a dental crown. Not only is this restoration durable and strong, but we can take steps to ensure they also offer a lifelike appearance. How do we create and place a custom crown?