Oral Health for the New Age: Jaw and Facial Pain

Jaw and facial pain may be more common than you think. If you routinely suffer from jaw and facial pain, even after you receive various treatments, you could be suffering from a chronic condition that is linked to an underlying issue with your overall physical health. Typically, if you feel any pain in your head, neck, or face area, it... read more »

Wisdom Tooth Extraction in Adulthood Might Require Oral Surgery

The average person has four wisdom teeth in the back of their mouth. Most people lack sufficient room for all these vestigial third molars to emerge. Even if you manage to endure the discomfort of the wisdom teeth erupting from your gums, the wisdom teeth will still need special focus in your daily oral hygiene routine. The wisdom teeth will... read more »

Poor Oral Hygiene Habits Promote Periodontal Disease

The health of your gums can have a significant impact on the overall health of your mouth and the integrity of your teeth. When poor oral hygiene practices allow food residue and plaque to harden into tartar, it can have a significant negative impact on your gums. In time, the bacterial presence at the gumline can promote periodontal disease. This... read more »

All You Need to Know to Recover Successfully From Bone Graft Surgery

Bone graft surgery in Omaha, Nebraska, is a serious and complicated treatment that can restore your oral health and give you the results you need to succeed. Generally, the surgery is needed when you have experienced jaw bone loss because of tooth loss and gum disease. It’s also needed when you don’t have enough bone structure to place a dental... read more »

The Benefits of Each Dental X-Ray

Did you know that a dental X-Ray can help your dentist, Dr. Michael Shnayder, identify dental issues even when they’re not visible to the naked eye? Well, it’s true! Dental X-Rays in Omaha, Nebraska, are beneficial images that can show you the many details of your smile so you can prevent as well as see dental problems. There are many... read more »