You Should Not Procrastinate Treatment for a Fractured Tooth

Individuals who struggle to curb bad habits like chewing on ice or using their teeth as tools are at increased risk of suffering a chipped or fractured tooth. A similar threat is often experienced by contact sports athletes who are remiss to use a protective mouth guard at the necessary times. Any time a tooth is damaged you need to... read more »

Tooth Decay: The Answers to Commonly Asked Questions

Do you have questions about tooth decay/cavities? If so, our dentist, Dr. Nadia Hamouda, is happy to help you. It’s best to understand cavities so you can prevent them as much as possible and even prepare for treatment if necessary. So, to help you, she is happy to provide the answers to frequently asked questions about cavities in Ann Arbor,... read more »

Laser Dentistry Can Improve Your Oral Health

Laser dentistry can improve your oral health. Laser dentistry has been in use for active dental procedures for over two decades and continues to be used for more services every year. Lasers have not yet been approved by the FDA, but it has been proven to be highly effective with a multitude of dental procedures. For a list of amazing... read more »

How Root Canal Therapy Can Help You

You could probably make a strong argument claiming that root canal therapy, which is often referred to as endodontic therapy, is the most dreaded dental procedure there is. Sadly, even mentioning root canal therapy can make most people extremely uncomfortable. However, there are a few things you should probably know about this important procedure. You see, thanks to modern techniques,... read more »

What to Do With Your Toothache

Nobody likes a toothache. They are painful, affect your eating habits, and always seem to come at the worst time. Even so, many people put off treatment as a further inconvenience in their busy lives. But toothaches are serious concerns. We want to explain what causes them, and what should be done if you find you have one. Toothaches are... read more »