We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Crooked or misaligned teeth can make you self-conscious about your appearance. If you are afraid to smile because of crooked teeth, Invisalign can be a practical alternative to metal braces. Our dental practice offers Invisalign options that can provide you with less obtrusive correction of misaligned teeth and can promote a healthier and more confident smile for you and your…Continue reading
The stress associated with the Coronavirus shutdown has led to an alarming amount people coming to their dentists with migraines, jaw pain, tooth sensitivity and cracked teeth. These problems are primarily caused by patients clenching and grinding their teeth due to the stress of the lockdown. How Do I Know if I Have Bruxism? The often-times unconscious act of clenching…Continue reading
When you maintain good oral hygiene habits throughout your life, it improves not only your oral health but also your physical health. Poor oral health has been directly linked to cardiovascular disease, respiratory ailments, and some types of cancer, so maintaining a healthy mouth is a major factor in maintaining a healthy body. No matter your age, it’s never too…Continue reading
How Can Dental Implants Improve My Smile? If you’re among the millions who are under 65 years and missing at least one permanent tooth, then implants are a good solution for restoring your smile. If you’re one of those older than 65 who’s missing all of your teeth, then implants can provide you with a beautiful smile and help to…Continue reading
What Are the Causes and Symptoms of Gingivitis? You may have experienced minor bleeding when you brush or floss, or perhaps you’ve recently noticed the unwelcome presence of halitosis. Both of these situations could indicate that you have early stage gingivitis, so you should make an appointment with a dentist. Read on to learn more about the habits that can…Continue reading
As a part of Dental Care Alliance, our practice offers emergency dental services for patients throughout our area. If you need reliable and compassionate emergency dental care near Peoria, our team can deliver the best solutions for your family and your needs. We are committed to providing you with the best emergency dental care, as well as for everyday appointments.…Continue reading
Because pregnancy-related hormonal shifts can increase the risk of gum disease, it’s critical to take good care of your teeth and gums before, during, and after pregnancy. Before you try to get pregnant, see an affordable dentist for a thorough exam and teeth cleaning. If your dentist finds any oral health problems, they can be resolved before you get pregnant.…Continue reading
Endodontic treatment is a type of affordable dental care that eliminates pain and infection when a tooth is diseased. Beneath the layers of white enamel and underlying dentin, each tooth has a soft center called the pulp. The pulp contains nerves, blood vessels, and tissues that helped to nourish the tooth while it was developing. Once a tooth becomes mature,…Continue reading
If you’re troubled by your teeth, your three choices for treatment are cosmetic dentistry veneers, cosmetic dentistry bonding, and dental crowns. To improve both the appearance and function of a tooth, you will find dental crowns are typically the ideal treatment for you. What Are Porcelain Dental Crowns? Dental crowns are tiny caps that cover natural teeth to improve their…Continue reading
If you’re experiencing unexplained jaw or facial pain, you’re not alone. Approximately 15 percent of adults in the United States experience facial pain that may be related to their temporomandibular (TM) joints. Temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ) refers to a group of conditions that affect TM joints as well as the muscles, ligaments, bones, and nerves around them. If you have…Continue reading