After the challenges of 2020, many are ready for a new year. How will you set a new tone for the new year? New focus? New habits? New career? New hope? How about a new whiter and brighter smile?
Imagine a beautifully straight smile without all the restrictions and difficulties of brackets and wires all over your teeth. That’s what makes Invisalign® one of dentistry’s most popular treatment options.
Every year, more than half a million people get dental implants. That’s not a surprising number considering that nearly 100 million people and two-thirds of middle-aged adults have lost at least one tooth.
Beyond the annoying noise, can snoring be a sign of a more serious problem? The short answer is – maybe.
We have good news for denture wearers. Murray Dental Group offers a solution that provides a permanent, fixed, tooth replacement option. Say goodbye to slurred speech, limited food choices, constant denture adjustments, and ongoing maintenance issues. Dental implants remain permanently in place and comfortable in your mouth with no additional bracing or movable structures necessary.
Proper daily oral hygiene prevents most cavities. However, even the most meticulous among us may experience a cavity in need of repair. Rather than being resigned to the silver-filled smiles of old, Murray Dental Group offers a more natural looking, tooth colored cavity solution. Today’s composite fillings match your natural tooth color for a more beautiful, confident smile.
Because gum disease can be painless early on, it often goes unchecked and untreated. Serious consequences may occur when Gingivitis (inflammation of the gums) turns into Periodontitis (gum disease). Patients not only experience tooth loss and other oral health concerns, but it can also lead to more significant overall health issues.
We believe your oral health is essential and inseparable from your overall health. From heart and blood pressure issues to vitamin deficiencies and cancer, your oral health has a direct impact on the rest of your body.
If you suffer from chronic dry mouth, you are not alone. About 25 million people in the U.S. share your struggle. Dry mouth occurs when the salivary glands are not working properly to lubricate and protect your tongue, prevent cavities, and start the digestive process.