Do you have trouble sleeping? Many people with issues sleeping actually suffer from a disorder known as obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Fortunately, we have treatment options that provide comfortable and non-invasive solutions for OSA for our Woodland Hills, CA, patients.
Have you ever heard of TMJ disorder? Also referred to as TMD or TMJ dysfunction, this disorder occurs when your jaw joints undergo excessive strain, leading a variety of uncomfortable symptoms. Fortunately, we can help treat TMD for our Woodland Hills, CA, patients, often with an oral appliance!
Did you know that persistent teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, can lead to serious problems for your smile? But why do we grind our teeth? What causes the disorder and what steps can our Woodland Hills, CA, patients do to protect their smiles?
While we often focus on teeth, the health of your gums is crucial for avoiding tooth loss, as well as sore or bleeding gums. In today’s blog, let’s look at what our Woodland Hills, CA, patients can do to maintain optimal periodontal health.
Often, our Woodland Hills, CA, patients that brush and floss regularly assume that routine homecare makes checkups and cleanings unnecessary. However, even if you care for your smile at home as you should, you still need preventive visits. In today’s blog, we’re talking about the importance of these routine visits.
We use custom-made clear aligners to help patients enjoy even smiles. To create these aligners, we employ advanced technology, which offers a number of benefits over traditional impression materials. Let’s look at how we create Invisalign® aligners for our Woodland Hills, CA, patients.
Did you know we can treat an array of oral health issues for patients in Woodland Hills, CA, with the BIOLASE® laser system? Using advanced technology, we can address cosmetic and restorative issues with precision. Let’s look at a few common questions patients often ask about the BIOLASE® system.
Do you have a toothache that just won’t stop? Do you experience sensitivity when you eat or drink? These could be signs of trouble! In today’s blog, we’re looking at the link between toothaches and tooth decay, and recommending treatment options for our patients in Woodland Hills, CA.
Last week, we took a look at what makes dental implants different from bridges and dentures. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at who make a good candidate for implant dentistry. How do we assess candidacy and what oral health issues can impact your ability to receive implant-retained replacement teeth?
We can use advanced implant dentistry to help patients in Woodland Hills, CA, enjoy a whole and healthy smile once again. In today’s blog, we’re talking about what makes dental implants different and what patients should expect from the placement process.