The temporomandibular joints open, close, and move the jaw. Because they’re under pressure from chewing, talking, and other motions, they’re often a source of pain. But there are ways to alleviate that pain and dysfunction.
Dental emergencies happen with you least expect it. From Gole Dental’s perspective, here’s what NOT to do in the case of a dental emergency situation.
From knocked out teeth to chronic pain, your dental care may often require more than bi-annual checkups. Here are some common dental emergencies and how to handle them.
When are toothaches normal and when are they a sign of something more serious? Let us help you decode the pain and find fast relief.
Get your tooth’s natural function and appearance back. Learn more about the benefits of porcelain crowns including a more natural appearance and comfort level.
Crowded teeth can have an impact, not just on confidence and happiness, but on overall health as well. Explore the health reasons behind fixing your smile.
Dental injuries can happen when you least expect it. If you experience a knocked out tooth, follow these steps to help preserve it and increase the dentist’s likelihood of saving it.
Pain in the jaw or face when you talk, eat, or yawn could mean temporomandibular pain disorder. Don’t suffer another day! Learn more about TMD and what can be done to treat it.
A cracked or broken tooth can greatly affect your smile and overall self esteem. Learn more about the several options for fixing a broken tooth available and get your smile back!
Is your mouth trying to tell you something? Sometimes even little symptoms can mean big problems. Know what to look for and when to contact your dentist.