5 Reasons to Trust A Dentist

The reasons to trust a dentist are very similar to why you trust your car mechanic or any other professional: most people do not have the education or expertise to evaluate a diagnosis. Unfortunately, not all dentists are trustworthy or … Continued

Clear Braces for Grandma

No one said that clear braces were only for youth. In fact, we are treating more and more patients who are near retirement age and ready to improve their smile. There is no time like the present and we can … Continued

Why Do I Have Sensitive Teeth?

If you are currently suffering from having sensitive teeth, know that you are definitely not alone. Many dental patients claim they experience tooth sensitivity at least one time in their lives, with much more claiming that they experience it often. … Continued

FAQ’s from a Cosmetic Dentist

As a cosmetic dentist, we regularly answer questions about our practice and our approach to dental care. Many patients want to know what the difference is between a cosmetic dentist and a general dentist. To begin with, there is not … Continued

Visit a Cosmetic Dentist for Your Gum Health

As a cosmetic dentist office, Dentists On Madison has spent many years honing skills in dentistry while maintaining a focus on the appearance of a patient’s teeth and gums to benefit a patient’s overall health. We not only care about … Continued

Invisalign Dentist – Is Invisalign® the Best Option for Me?

If you have ever wanted to ask an Invisalign dentist, "Is Invisalign the best option for me?” the following guide will provide some basic facts to help you better understand the advantages of Invisalign and how these aligners can benefit … Continued

Be Ready for a Dental Emergency

Since you never know when a dental emergency will strike, so it is best to prepare for the worst. Imagine spending a nice Saturday morning at your child’s baseball game, when your child gets hit in the face with a … Continued

Oral Health Concerns

Sometimes oral findings remind us of other, systemic, probable life-threatening medical conditions. Let’s have a general overview of such alarms: 1- Oral findings such as swelling of lips, gums, or the inner lining of the mouth and/or fissures at the … Continued

Save Your Teeth

None of the artificial teeth would function as well as the natural ones. With the scientific improvements in the tools and materials of dental science (most of the time) anyone can keep a natural tooth even if it's severely affected … Continued

Types of Orofacial Pain

In the United States, one report estimates that 22% of the general population has suffered from some form of facial pain within a 6-month period prior to questioning, of which 12% of those instances was a toothache.Orofacial pain is a … Continued