You might have a gorgeous smile, thanks to Mother Nature, cosmetic dentistry, or a combination of the two. However, bad breath can put a stop to someone admiring your smile. Bad breath can also be a sign of a serious health issue – here is some information about bad breath and what you can do […]
Discolored and worn teeth are a telltale sign of age and a misaligned bite. One can look at this as a car out of alignment, simply replacing the tire will not correct the problem unless you align the car. Simply placing a crown on teeth does not align the bite. The good news is that
What is TMJ? If you look up the definition of TMJ, there are a large range of definitions, not just one. This is rightly so as TMJ a broadly used term that includes symptoms from headaches, facial pain, jaw pain, and even clicking and popping. The implications of TMJ are wide ranging and can even
Congratulations on your pregnancy! Whether it’s your first baby or your fifth, you know it will mean big changes in your life – and many trips to the doctor to make sure all is well. It is important to stay healthy at this time, and it’s important to keep your teeth and mouth healthy, too!
After visiting our office for your dental treatments or surgery, the next step is to start your recovery journey. Although some treatments Dr. Konig offers require minimal preparation or healing time, other treatments will take more preparation and time for healing. The first step in your dental healing process is to communicate with Dr. Konig
Rarely do we associated celebrities with dental pain. But stars are human too and deal with dental pain that plagues all of us. Some celebrities have sought treatment to resolve their dental ailments, from overbites and underbites to crooked teeth and teeth or jaw grinding issues. Common Teeth & Jaw Issues Common dental problems people
If oral surgery is an eerie upcoming event on the calendar, there’s no need to fret! However, there are a few things to be aware of before coming in for a dental surgery appointment to make the visit smooth. First, if dental visits invoke feelings of fear or anxiety, don’t hesitate to reach out to
The temporomandibular joint connects your jaw to your skull. It is also one of the most complex joints in your body. Up and down and side to side jaw movements are made possible through hinge actions and sliding motions of the temporomandibular joint. In addition, the temporomandibular joint is utilized for chewing, talking, and even