Tips to Deal with Dental Anxiety

Dealing with dental anxiety or fear of the dentist is more common than you might think. We understand that your previous experiences might lead you to hesitate to schedule an appointment. Maybe you’re  scared of what future procedures the doc might recommend and you’ll have to come back. Whatever the reason, keep in mind that delaying your appointment could cause more damage. Regular visits will help keep your teeth in good shape and the more comfortable you are the less your fears will be. In advance of your appointment, try these few tips to ease those nerves.Talk to us about […]

POSTED BY Dr. Fisher ON May 22, 2018 READ MORE
5 Tips to Get your smile Wedding Ready

Congratulations! You’ve made it official. Now the wedding planning you’ve secretly been doing on Pinterest can begin. Once you check of the major items; dress, venue, photographer don’t forget about your number one accessory. Your teeth! Getting them sparkly white for your wedding day isn’t hard but you’ll want to start the process early so those pearly whites really shine on your big day. Read on for Dr. Fisher’s top five tips to get your teeth as white as your wedding gownSchedule a consultation exam- In this exam we’ll give your teeth cleaning and take some x-rays. This initial exam […]

POSTED BY Dr. Fisher ON May 11, 2018 READ MORE
Teeth Whitening 101: Three Reasons to avoid Salons

You’ve seen it all over Instagram. Amazing teeth whitening and you can get it done at your local salon. No fear inducing trips to the dental office. No pre-appointments, no trays or gels. It sounds like a perfect solution to get your pearly whites sparkling for summer. Before you call up your salon and see if they offer the viral service read our guide on why it may not be a good fit for you. 1. Salon Professionals are not trained in dental hygiene. In order to start professional teeth whitening. Cosmetologists are only required to attend a short training and purchase […]

POSTED BY Dr. Fisher ON Apr 26, 2018 READ MORE
5 Best Exercises for Temporomandibular Joints (TMJ)

Temporomandibular joints (TMJ) connect the mandible joint on the lower part of the jaw to the temporal bone of the skull, and you use them constantly when you perform actions such as eating and talking. TMJ pain occurs because of injury, overuse, or progressive conditions such as arthritis, and those who suffer from this disorder often experience a diminished quality of life. Symptoms include pain while eating or chewing, headaches, locking of the jaw, popping noises when the mouth is opened or closed, and pain in the face, neck, jaw, and ear areas. TMJ has many potential causes that range […]

POSTED BY Dr. Fisher ON Apr 18, 2018 READ MORE
Questions We Get About All-on-4 Dental Implants

What are All-on-4 dental implants? All-on-4 implants are a permanent, non-removable set of fabricated teeth set on dental implants and surgically placed into your jaw. They look, feel, and function like natural teeth. It can be used to replace dysfunctional teeth or for someone who wants the most natural and most attractive option for replacing all their missing teeth. What kind of maintenance or care do I need to use for All-on-4 dental implants? These implants do not need to be taken out, do not need adhesives, and allows you to bite with increased force so you can go back […]

POSTED BY Dr. Fisher ON Mar 31, 2018 READ MORE