Why Should You Care About Dental Implants?

If you have great oral health, haven’t ever lost a tooth, or are otherwise not expecting to need restorative dentistry work done, you’re probably wondering why you should care about dental implants. After all, if you’re not going to use them, why bother learning? Well, the truth is you don’t... Read more »

What to Know About Periodontics

If you were stopped on the street today, could you correctly answer why you need periodontics in your life? It’s alright, not many people can. It’s an incredibly valuable - but lesser-known - branch of dentistry that has a ton of huge impacts on your oral health. Dr. Daria Royzman... Read more »

Understanding the Signs of Bruxism

Do you know the signs of bruxism, also known as teeth grinding or teeth clenching? If not, then you have come to the right dental blog! Bruxism is a serious condition that can damage your teeth and oral health. Unfortunately, this condition happens while we sleep at night, so it’s... Read more »

The Unpredictable Ways to Keep Gum Disease at Bay

Gum disease is a serious and dangerous dental issue. In fact, it can destroy your smile and severely alter your oral health if you let it. Fortunately, there are ways to prevent gum disease. The most commonly known ways are to brush twice a day, floss once a day, rinse... Read more »

Gum Disease: Common Questions Asked

If you have questions about gum disease, our dentist, Dr. Daniel and Daria Royzman, is here to give you the answers you’re looking for. The more you know about gum disease, the better, especially because it can help you keep the disease at bay and can help you maintain a... Read more »

Flossing Is an Essential Component of Gum Disease Prevention

The early form of gum disease, which is known as gingivitis, typically causes inflamed gums that bleed easily, and can also cause problems with bad breath. Without professional treatment from our periodontists, Dr. Daniel and Daria Royzman it could develop into the more severe periodontal infection called periodontitis. Gum disease... Read more »

Periodontitis, Gingivitis and Gum Disease: The Basics

Gum disease is also called periodontal disease; it is a major cause of tooth loss among adults in the United States. Its early stages are referred to as gingivitis; advanced stages are very dangerous and called periodontitis. Gum disease is frequently caused by a buildup of plaque on teeth. This... Read more »

Gum Disease Prevention

If you want a healthy mouth, it is important that you take care of it. Usually the conversation surrounding brushing and flossing focuses on healthy teeth--but what about your gums? In order to avoid gum disease, it is important to care for your gums as well. Gum disease is also... Read more »

Gum Disease and Cavities: The Real Relationship

In many cases, oral cavities and periodontal disease go together. But despite what you may believe, that doesn’t always have to be the case. Occasionally patients have gum disease without any cavities, so don’t think you’re home free just because you don’t have cavities. Keep reading to discover why cavities... Read more »

What Are Your Treatment Options When It Comes to Gum Disease?

If you have been diagnosed with gum disease, you will need treatment to keep it from progressing into the more advanced, damaging stages that can destroy the bone, necessitating surgery. To treat this progressive disease means taking better personal care at home, along with professional dental cleanings that focus on... Read more »