The Risks of Not Replacing a Missing Tooth

The Risks of Not Replacing a Missing Tooth

A gap in a line of teeth has become a common sight now thanks to hockey, jumbotrons, and television. As a risk often associated with sports activities, missing teeth have somewhat become a badge of honor for those with skates, sticks, and cleats. Besides sports...

Replace a Missing Tooth with These 5 Options

A missing tooth, especially a front one, can be an embarrassment. Even though it may darken your day, there’s a silver lining; you can get the gap fixed. No longer do you need to hide your smile, chew awkwardly, or avoid speaking to strangers. You can live life...

What are Occlusal Appliances? (Dental Mouth Guards)

Part One: Diagnosis and Kois DeprogrammersOcclusal Appliances (dental mouth guards) are devices that will serve one of two functions, diagnostic, or preventative. Depending on application, they may be referred to as a mouth protector, mouth...

What are Occlusal Appliances? Part Two

 Part Two: Symptoms, NTI’s and Occlusal Splints In part one of this series, we talked about Occlusal Appliances, and how they will serve one of two functions, diagnostic, or preventative to help patients stop grinding teeth. Depending on application, they may be also...