When you visit your dentist for a regular check-up, they will examine teeth and gums, that goes without saying. But, they will also have a look at your tongue, including the sides and bottom. You may be wondering why. Oral … Continue readingRead more
You’re experiencing a dull ache in your teeth, and it’s becoming uncomfortable. Naturally, your first thoughts focus on the teeth or gums, and a visit with your dentist. But, there may be another explanation for what you feel as a … Continue readingRead more
Brushing your teeth is the most important, and most basic part of oral hygiene. It helps you fight against plaque build up, and reduces the risk of gum disease and infection. It’s well established that oral health has a significant … Continue readingRead more
Modern dentistry has come a long ways in terms of focusing on patient comfort, but the fact remains – some people suffer from a real fear of dentistry. Dental sedation, which, ironically, is often suggested for those people, is one … Continue readingRead more
In this blog we will look at some life-saving information that can be seen on a panorex. On the panorex we will be able identify calcified carotid artherosclerotic plaques often seen in patients who are at risk of stroke. Let’s … Continue readingRead more
We look forward to seeing you soon.
Dr Axelrad and Staff