Minimally Invasive Dentistry

Minimally invasive dentistry, which is also known as microdentistry, aims to help patients preserve their healthy tooth structure so that they are less likely to need corrective dental care and repair in the future. Dentists who deliver minimally invasive dentistry perform the absolute least amount of dentistry necessary, never removing or replacing more tooth structure than is absolutely required to …

Dentistry

When you meet someone new, what is the first thing you notice about them? Chances are that it has something to do with the other person’s face. Even more likely, you may find that you notice their mouth first–especially if they are talking or smiling. Decayed, disfigured or otherwise unhealthy teeth can be terribly unattractive, and can draw negative attention …

Prosthodontics

Ideally, general dentistry can work to help an individual prevent or resolve any and all oral health issues they may encounter. However, there are sometimes unavoidable or unforeseen situations that can threaten an individual’s oral health, and that require more specialized dentistry procedures. This is where dental specialities come in. There are nine dental specialities recognized by the American Dental …

Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery

Good oral health depends upon a balanced system of soft, hard and connective tissues, nerves and blood vessels. This includes the gums, tongue, inner cheeks, lips, teeth and jawbone, as each of these individual areas can affect the health and workability of the other areas. Individuals who work to maintain good oral health through daily oral care as well as …