Gum disease occurs when plaque and tartar build up on teeth and provide conditions for bad bacteria to infect your mouth. Gum disease is a serious oral health issue, because if it is left untreated, it can lead to loss of gum tissue, mouth infections, and even tooth loss. Because the health of your mouth […]Read More
Dentures have long been one of the most common tooth replacement options in the US. Today, that trend is changing, and dental implants are joining dentures on the list of top treatments. At Northwood Dental, we know both options have their pros and cons, and patients should have that information prior to being asked to […]Read More
Teeth grinding is a fairly serious condition that regularly affects both children and adults. In children, clenching of the jaw or grinding of the teeth, both referred to as bruxism, may be brought on by a cold or stress. In adults, bruxism may be the result of stress or years of chewing on items such […]Read More
The dental office of the 21st century has experienced many changes because of advances in dental technology. As more dental providers continue to employ the use of advanced dental technology in their offices, patients benefit from better dental care and healthier mouths and teeth. At Northwood Dental we are committed to providing each of our […]Read More
Implant dentistry is highly useful for giving patients a new tooth. Our dentists offer dental implants in Clearwater, FL so that you can eat and speak like you did with your old tooth. There are a few things our dentist will tell you about the advantages and disadvantages of implants so that you can make […]Read More
The only way to remedy infected tooth pulp is to see a general dentist for a root canal in Clearwater, FL. Many people are hesitant to get this treatment, but it is important to get it in order to prevent an infection from spreading and relieve drastic pain you may be experiencing. It will be […]Read More
Cosmetic dentistry has much more to it than what meets the eye. While some people pursue cosmetic dental work to deal with the after effects of a lost or damaged tooth, others seek it out to improve their overall dental health as well as the aesthetic appearance of their smile. No matter why you are […]Read More
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