Q: Why do my gums bleed when I brush my teeth?
A: Bleeding gums can be caused by several factors including poor oral hygiene, gum disease, bad brushing technique, or underlying health conditions.
Q: How can I get rid of my bad breath?
A: Practice good oral hygiene, use mouthwash, stay hydrated, watch your diet, quit smoking if you do smoke, manage any underlying health issues, and regularly clean your dental appliances (such as retainers or mouthguards).
Q: What can I do for stained or e discolored teeth?
A: If you aren’t happy with your smile, we can help. We offer a variety of whitening procedures to give you the smile you have always wanted.
Q: How can I fix my chipped or cracked teeth?
A: Cracked or chipped teeth can be restored with ultra-thin, specially made laminates or veneers.
Q: What can you do if I am afraid of the dentist?
A: Our team will try to do everything to make sure you are comfortable. This can include working at a pace that you are agreeable to or using advanced nitrous oxide gas for procedures.
Q: Why are my teeth sensitive to hot/cold foods, or sweets?
A: Tooth sensitivity is common and can be due to tooth enamel erosion, gum recession, tooth decay, tooth grinding, cracked teeth or other causes.
Q: How do I know if I need a crown or an implant?
A: There are several things to determine if you need a crown or an implant. Some considerations include the condition of the tooth, the bone health in your jawbone, the state of the teeth around the problem area, and more.