Bring Out Your Best Smile With Periodontics

Issues associated with periodontal treatment includes making sure that your gums are always taken care of. Periodontists are dental specialists who focus exclusively on inflammatory diseases that destroy the gums and other facial structures in your mouth. A periodontist is highly trained to ensure they can prevent, diagnose and treat any issues of periodontal disease… Read more »

How to Relax at the Dentist With Oral Sedation

While laughing gas is the most used and well-known dental sedation, there are other types of sedation dentistry available to address your dental anxiety. Oral sedation involves taking one or more pills as directed by your dentist prior to your appointment. Oral sedation will allow you to relax during your appointment, while remaining awake and… Read more »

Getting a Dental Implant? Here’s What to Expect

If you’re about to restore your oral health and smile with a dental implant, then you are most likely wondering what the treatment will involve. Many people wonder the same thing. They feel as though if they know the steps involved in treatment, they can feel more prepared in the dental chair. So, to help… Read more »

Dentistry Essentials 101: Composite Dental Fillings

If you wish to enhance your smile further, it is first important to visit our office for an assessment of any dental damage that has arisen. If you have suffered from any form of dental erosion to the point that a hole has formed, then a cavity will be present and will need to be… Read more »

Will Gum Disease Affect Your Body?

Would you brush your pearly whites more closely if you knew it would defend you from heart disease? Would you floss more if you knew that it would guard you from kidney failure? Believe it or not, there is some evidence that periodontal disease impacts the rest of your body outside of your oral cavity,… Read more »

Gum Disease and Lost Teeth

You may have seen a picture of periodontal disease where a patient lost all of their pearly whites or where many of the teeth are missing or harshly rotted. The positive news is that this isn’t always the case with periodontal disease, and that if you’re watchful, you can reverse the effects of the early… Read more »

Denture Side Effects

What happens when you’re missing pearly whites? Will you be able to speak suitably? Chew suitably? And how will your other teeth react? Find out by reading on. Several side effects become present when a patient is missing pearly whites. One of the prime side effects is the inability to enunciate correctly; pronouncing words suitably… Read more »

Post-treatment Options for Gum Disease

Gum disease, also defined as periodontal disease, is a disease affecting the chompers and gums with sacks of bacteria that can lead to tooth and bone loss. Understanding periodontal disease signs can help you thwart and cure it, so we’ve amassed this post for you. Also defined as periodontal disease, gum disease is an inflammation… Read more »

A Dental Bridge Needs Some Additional Focus in Your Daily Oral Hygiene Routine

Some dental restorations call for the total extraction of a decayed, damaged, or severely compromised tooth. This is often a last resort treatment method employed by Dr. William Forero to alleviate the pain and prevent a potential infection from passing to your bloodstream. Once your gums have fully healed and any infection concerns have been… Read more »

What to do about a Toothache after an Oral Accident

Did you recently suffer a blow to the face from in an accident or sports-related injury? That can certainly be painful. Sometimes it can pass, only to resurface in the form of a toothache. This is a likely sign that the internal structures of the tooth were traumatized and that there is now inflammation in… Read more »