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The start of the New Year is the perfect opportunity to take better care of your health, including your oral health. January is a fresh start and ideal for establishing those healthy habits that will see you looking and feeling your very best. Whether it’s...

Botox injections can help treat the symptoms of TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders. These symptoms include lockjaw, and headaches resulting from teeth grinding and jaw tension. If you have tried other TMJ treatments with no success, you may benefit from talking to Dr. Jordan Smith or...

Many people are unaware that they could save hundreds of dollars by utilizing their dental insurance benefits before the year comes to an end. This is especially true for people whose dental insurance plans are based on a calendar year, rather than on a fiscal...

While taking care of your teeth is important, many forget that a good oral hygiene regimen should include caring for your gums. Your gums are the foundation for a healthy mouth. If you are not taking care of your gums, you have an increased risk...

Preventing cavities is readily done with adequate and consistent brushing and flossing habits. Even with the best oral hygiene habits, it’s not always easy to ensure that every tooth crevice has been thoroughly cleaned, especially your molars. The surface of molars is uneven and rough...

Dental emergencies can become a reality at any time. Whether it’s the result of an injury playing sports at school or from a fall at home, our dentists will focus on resolving the pain and figuring out the best course of treatment. Being able to rely...

Are dental veneers right for me? For people with chipped, discolored or cracked teeth, dental veneers may be just what they need to restore their smiles and confidence. Our Georgetown, KY dentists can give you all the help that you need in order to make...

TMJ disorders cause damage to your jaw joints as well as muscles that are in control of the jaw. Due to the complexity of this joint, treatment and diagnosis of TMJ disorders can be rather challenging.  There is an estimate of around 12 percent of the...

The diagnosis of gingivitis primarily is based on your dentist's professional opinion. This includes dental history along with an examination of teeth, gums, and mouths for signs of plaque or inflammation. Along with this, the pocket depth of the groove in between gums and teeth...

Did you know it's National Gum Care month! During the month of September, we'll celebrate by discussing all the dental issues our gums face. That way you can keep your gums healthy and happy! Celebrating National Gum Care is important to us because so many...