Improperly Aligned Teeth Can Increase Your Chances of a Dental Fracture

Each one of your teeth has a specific shape related to its location in your mouth and its natural relationship with the surrounding teeth. As you age, it is possible for the structure of your mouth to gradually change, especially if you have not replaced lost teeth. Sometimes, even a minor change can cause two or more teeth to strike... read more »

Prosthodontics Can Improve Problems with Dental Attrition

Your teeth are meant for biting, chewing, and grinding food. As the years go by, minor orthodontic alignment issues or variances in the shape of a tooth can cause excess wear and tear on the corresponding tooth in your bite pattern. This is even more likely to be the case if you frequently grind your teeth at night. This process,... read more »

Reversing the Effects of Tooth Attrition

Do you suffer from tooth attrition? Tooth attrition is an oral health disorder which develops when your teeth are constantly worn down over time. As we age, our teeth age with us, naturally wearing them down. Dental wear can also be caused by grinding and clenching your teeth together. When tooth enamel is stripped away, sensitive layers called dentin are... read more »