Category: Preventive Dentistry

What Are The Warning Signs Of Tooth Decay?

When our patients in Richfield, MN, develop cavities, they often experience uncomfortable symptoms and a greater risk of infections. Fortunately, we can treat these issues and restore the health of the smile. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about the warning signs of tooth decay.

Does Popping In My Jaw Mean TMD?

Have you noticed your jaw tends to pop or click? What may seem like a minor, if irritating, habit, can actually mean you have an increased risk of TMJ disorder. Also known as TMD, this disorder occurs due to jaw joint strain and without treatment, can lead to serious issues for our patients in Richfield,… Read more »

What Causes People To Grind Their Teeth?

Chronic teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, can pose serious dangers for your smile. But what causes people to grind their teeth regularly? In today’s blog, we’re looking at the causes and warning signs of bruxism. We’re also discussing treatment options for patients in Richfield, MN!

What Happens During My Checkup and Cleaning?

When you brush and floss regally, you may assume that means a checkup and cleaning aren’t as important. However, even if you take excellent care of your smile, you still need to see a dentist for routine visits. What happens during your checkup and cleaning visits?

What Is Preventive Dentistry?

We offer our patients a full array of oral health treatments, such as cosmetic or restorative dentistry. We also offer preventive dentistry, which can allow us to improve oral health and help patients avoid serious complications, such as tooth decay and gum disease.

How Do I Maintain Good Oral Hygiene?

In order to stay free of tooth decay, gum disease, and other serious oral health concerns, you need to maintain a healthy smile. How do you maintain good oral hygiene? What steps do you need to take to strengthen your smile? In today’s blog, we’re answering common questions about oral hygiene.

Quiz: What Is Tori?

We often discuss common oral health issues, such as tooth decay or even TMJ disorder. However, today we would like to talk about an oral health concern that only impacts between 5% and 10% of the population. What is tori?