There is never a wrong time to learn about ways to improve your oral health. Whether it’s you or someone important to you who is currently experiencing oral health issues or not, it is always wise to be informed about ways to improve your oral health should a problem arise. If you or someone you care about experiences frequent dental issues, has recently lost a tooth, or has been considering a tooth replacement option, now is the perfect time to put a plan into action. We specialize in a number of tooth replacement options and are more than happy to help you make your final decision.
Do loved ones often comment about your loud and frequent snoring? Do you find yourself still tired after a full night’s sleep? Do you have difficulty falling asleep each night and wake often throughout the night? If any of these questions sound like a problem you experience, you may be suffering from a common sleep condition known as sleep apnea.
Happy 2023! We hope that you had a wonderful holiday season enjoying time with the people you love. The start of a new year is the perfect time to reflect on the past and think about what you would like to accomplish during the next year. We want our patients to think about the state of their oral health. When was the last time you visited our office for a hygiene examination and cleaning? Did we recommend a treatment during your last visit, but you have been putting off scheduling the appointment? The start of a new year is the best time to schedule any necessary appointments. We want to help you prevent any dental emergencies or issues. Read on to learn more.
Do you find yourself frequently experiencing discomfort in your jaw and face? Do you often find it difficult to fully open your mouth when eating, and do you have a difficult time chewing your food properly? If so, you may be experiencing symptoms related to a common condition called temporomandibular joint disorder, also referred to as TMD. This condition leaves patients with chronic issues that affect the muscles of the face and the temporomandibular joint, which is the hinge that connects the jaw to the skull. You can feel this joint when you touch the back of the jaw, near your ear, and open and close your mouth.
We assist many patients who have experienced tooth loss. Some patients are eager to replace their missing teeth as quickly as possible, while others are more hesitant and need to consider their options. We encourage our patients who experience tooth loss to replace their missing teeth as soon as possible. Delaying the process of choosing a tooth replacement can lead to complications with your oral health. Continue reading to learn more.
If you are missing a tooth or multiple teeth, it can be upsetting and can change the way you chew your food, speak, and even interact with others. At Northridge Dental Group, we have a solution that can restore your oral health and change your life — dental implants. Dental implants have been used for many years and are the best tooth replacement option for many patients because they not only restore your oral health, but they also closely mimic the function and appearance of natural teeth.
If you or a loved one is dealing with severe decay or complications with your oral health, we know it can be difficult to schedule an appointment to start on your journey to make the improvements you need to restore your oral health. We are here to help you every step of the way. In fact, we specialize in full mouth restorations and can transform your smile and change your life! Read on to learn more.
Dental Services All Under One Roof At Northridge Dental Group, we are proud to offer you and your family high-quality, comprehensive dental care. Our goal is to provide a wide variety of dental treatment services to get you the quality oral health care you need all in one place. We know that life is busy,…