Deciding between a root canal and an extraction can be a difficult decision. Truth be told — you’d probably like to skip them both. But when your tooth is severely damaged or decayed, something must be done. Here’s how to choose the right procedure.
Many people are confused about how often they should visit the dentist. Others avoid the dentist until an emergency. The best approach for maintaining and protecting your oral health includes regular checkups at the dentist. Read on to find out more.
Does the mere thought of eating or drinking something hot, cold, or acidic make you cringe? You don’t have to live with sensitive teeth. Learn what causes this common problem and how to find relief from your symptoms.
Jaw pain is one of the top complaints received by dentists and doctors. Jaw pain can be annoying, or it can be a danger to your overall health. Read more to see what might be affecting you or your loved one.
Your perfect smile doesn’t have to be a dream. We have options to repair and brighten your smile and treat your dental problems, too. Read on to learn more about what bonding or veneers can do for you.
Contrary to popular belief, a root canal doesn’t have to be painful or traumatic. It actually relieves dental pain and can save a badly infected or damaged tooth. Here are the signs that you might need a root canal, and why you shouldn’t worry if you do.
Yellow teeth don’t have to keep you from smiling confidently. If you’re bothered by discolored teeth, you may want to consider in-office or at-home whitening treatments. Read on to learn more about teeth whitening.
Teeth grinding and clenching can keep you up at night and make you wake up with an earache or jaw pain. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Our expert dental team at Madison Family Dental Group can help you find relief.
You can use your smile to lighten the mood in a room, share in a celebration, or express your love of music with a friend. But what do you do when your smile doesn’t inspire self-confidence? Transform it with a makeover.
Telehealth offers a way for you to have a virtual visit with your dentist by computer connection instead of in person, saving time and protecting you during the pandemic. Learn about some of the many benefits of telehealth.
Do you suffer from dental anxiety? Fear of dentistry is more common than you think. But you don’t have to risk your oral health because you’re afraid. Here are five tips to help you overcome dental anxiety.
Having fear or anxiety about the dentist is a common problem that keeps many people from getting the dental care they need. But today’s root canals come with very little pain — and they can keep tooth problems from becoming more serious. Learn more.
You only get one set of permanent teeth. Though you may know the good habits that keep them strong, like twice-daily brushing and biannual visits to the dentist, did you know that bad habits could ruin them? Read on to learn how to keep your teeth healthy.
A true dental emergency, like a sports accident or fall, requires immediate care. But there are protocols you should follow on your way to our office that ensure your urgently needed care has the best outcome.
Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.