Losing a crown can be an unsettling and alarming event—not to mention, painful. Your filling may have fallen out for any number of reasons: it may have become loose and dislodged as a result of chewing hard or sticky food, or you may have experienced trauma to your face as the result of an accident. Worse, you […]
The mouth goes through major changes over a lifetime. A baby will typically start to erupt his/her first tooth between five and nine months. The last set of teeth to erupt are the third molars, located at the back of the mouth. The third molars, commonly referred to as the wisdom teeth, will usually make […]
Healthy teeth depend on healthy gums. Gum disease is a common condition that ranges from simple inflammation of the gums to significant tissue and bone damage that leads to tooth loss. The following indicators can tell you if you have gum disease. With proper dental hygiene and professional dental treatments, you can manage your gum […]
The majority of people will chip a tooth at some point in their lifetime. Constant wear in a particular spot can weaken enamel until it breaks off. You might also bite down on hard food or be involved in an accident that chips and breaks your teeth. Whatever the cause, there are a few options. […]
Are you having pain or tenderness in your jaw? Do you have difficulty opening your mouth or chewing? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, then there is a possibility that you have temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder.
Here at Zadeh Dentistry, we always like to remind our patients that staying on top of their oral health is a great stepping stone in enhancing their overall health. But there are many more benefits to staying on top of your oral health plan.
Just like its name implies, the Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedure is an intricate process. Full Mouth Reconstructions can entail rebuilding, repairing, or replacing all or a vast majority of teeth in a patient’s mouth.
Whatever your age, nothing makes a greater first impression than a beautiful smile. Unfortunately, not all mouths are created equal. If you happen to have one or more missing teeth, there are solutions available.
Another year, another dental checkup. The average person is sitting in the dentist’s chair annually. However, what some people may not know is that a yearly cleaning and dental checkup may not be enough. The frequency of dentist visits will differ based upon a person’s habits and health history.
Do you find yourself taking a sip of coffee or eating ice cream and clenching your teeth in pain? Why do some people have teeth that are more sensitive than others? Having sensitive teeth can make it difficult to eat and exercise normal hygiene habits.