added on: July 27, 2021

For most adults, losing a tooth is an emotional issue. Tooth loss can create worries over appearance, subsequent tooth loss, worry of costs for replacement and maintenance, and chewing dependability. Although tooth loss with age should never be deemed a ‘normal’ occurrence, it is fairly common. As with almost anything… Read More…



added on: September 1, 2020

Hindsight, as they say, is 20/20. Typically, people with extensive dental needs understand how they ended up there. Like many, ‘preventive dentistry‘ (regular care that helps people avoid problems from occurring) is set aside because it seems less urgent than others. Because dental problems often begin without obvious symptoms, the… Read More…


added on: July 23, 2020

In our Shelby Township dental office, one of the many services we offer is the start-to-finish process of dental Implants. This includes diagnosis, implant placement and restoration (final teeth) in one convenient location with a priority on comfort. Oral or IV sedation (twilight sleep) is provided as appropriate to the… Read More…


added on: November 20, 2019

Accidents happen. But, when they involve front teeth — your “smiling” teeth, an accident (or injury) can leave people with a lifelong ordeal. While cuts, bruises and broken bones heal, permanent teeth that are “knocked out” don’t. Lost teeth are truly a loss. Upper teeth that are most visible in… Read More…


added on: June 13, 2019

“Same-Day Dental Implants”   “Single-Visit Dental Implants”   “Implants In A Day” While all these terms promote dental implants in an appealing, quick-&-easy way, in reality, the majority of implants require the same process; one that cannot be boiled down to a single step. Dental implants are designed to replace missing natural… Read More…


added on: June 4, 2019

There is a physical reason why people snore. The same physical components also cause some children to snore as well as some breeds of dogs or cats. Snoring is a vibration that occurs in your throat caused by a narrowing of the upper airway. Snoring can be prompted by a… Read More…


added on: March 27, 2019

Many of us remember Dad stretched out on the sofa on a Sunday afternoon, finally getting a well-deserved nap. Some of us remember his slumber with occasional snoring. Others may recall loud, window-rattling snores that our Mom amazingly endured nightly (which may have eventually parted them to separate bedrooms). Heavy… Read More…




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