The Treatment Options that Can Help with Gum Disease

If you have gum disease, there are many ways it can be treated. Typically, the earlier stages of the disease can be treated with non-surgical treatments while the later stages can be treated with surgical treatments. To tell you a little more about these procedures, our dentist, Dr. Christopher M. Granillo, DDS, LLC, would like to give you some details.... read more »

How to Prevent Toothaches

Would you be surprised to learn that you should schedule an appointment with our team if you’re suffering from regular, painful toothaches? While visiting our team may not be a priority for you, did you know that toothaches could be caused by several different issues—and that these issues tend to become even more serious if they aren’t treated quickly. In... read more »

Serious Complications Can Result from a Loose Crown

A dental crown is cemented in place by a very strong dental adhesive cement. This is meant to give the tooth the strength to bite, chew and grind hard foods. However, it is possible for a blow to the face or periodontal disease to weaken the cement. If your crown feels loose or wiggles on the abutment, or if you... read more »

A Dental Implant Bridge Needs to Be Brushed and Flossed Twice a Day

Your new bridge mounted on dental implants represents a serious investment in restoring the full function and appearance of multiple lost teeth. While the bridge and the underlying titanium abutments are made from materials that are not subject to tooth decay, it will still need to be brushed and flossed twice each day. If residual food particles and plaque are... read more »