Advanced Dentistry

4 Reasons For Bone Grafting

In order for dental implants to be successful, the bone under the gums must be tall and wide enough to fully envelope the titanium post. If bone has been lost, a bone substitute or bone graft must be used prior to getting dental implants. This is a simple procedure that allows the results of your … Read More

Tooth Restorations

Tooth restorations are methods in which a dentist can replace or restore missing or damaged teeth. Accidents, injuries, and trauma are common causes why people need tooth restorations. However, gum disease, tooth decay, and dental deterioration are also common reasons why many people find themselves needing tooth restorations. Wayne G. Suway, DDS, MAGD is a … Read More

Dry Mouth and Your Teeth

Everyone has experienced or will experience dry mouth at some point in his or her life. Nerves, stress, and emotions can often cause the onset of dry mouth, but it will typically go away within a few days. However, some people experience dry mouth a great deal of the time, and it can be uncomfortable … Read More

When Is Your Tooth Beyond Saving?

A tooth can be on the brink of death if it is severely injured or decayed. Whenever possible, it is always best to save your natural tooth. However, when a root canal or other restorative dentistry procedure is unable to save your damaged tooth, an extraction may be necessary. It can be difficult to determine … Read More

Cavity Prevention

Cavities are the most prevalent oral health care issue and will affect most people within their lifetimes. The good news is that cavities are not life threatening and they are easily preventable. Cavities are caused by plaque building up on the enamel of the teeth. Plaque is a bacteria-laden substance that is sticky and can … Read More


Temporomandibular Joint Disorder (commonly referred to as TMJ) involves pain and/or discomfort in the jawbone and the muscles that connect to it. The temporomandibular joint acts like a sliding hinge that connects the jawbone to the skull. If you put your fingers directly in front of your ears and open and close your mouth you … Read More

Laser Gum Treatment

Gum disease affects millions of Americans each year, despite the fact that the United States has the world’s best dental care. A dentist can only do so much for patients, and it is then up to them to take the necessary steps to promote optimal oral health at home and between regular dental visits. Gums … Read More