Brush twice a day … Floss once a day … These dental tips for quarantine may sound like we’re preaching to the choir. But don’t run yet! We have outlined new and exciting perspectives on why you should take these dental tips seriously, especially during quarantine! 4 dental tips for quarantine 1. Brush your teeth […]
Got missing teeth? You’re not alone! An estimated Opens in new windown to AAID website2 out of 3 Americans are missing one or more teeth. The great news is that dental implants are a fantastic solution. What are dental implant benefits? 5 reasons it’s worth it to invest in dental implants 1. Great solution for […]
Have you been told you need corrective jaw surgery to treat your TMJ disorder? If so, WAIT! With neuromuscular dentistry, you may be able to treat your TMJ disorder without surgery. Let’s explore how our dentist in Gurnee, IL is treating TMJ disorders… What is neuromuscular dentistry? Neuromuscular dentistry concentrates on fixing the alignment between […]
Is there something about your smile you would like to change? Are you curious about how you can fix it? Yes? Then this blog is for you! Our Gurnee, IL cosmetic dentist, will explain six common dental problems you can fix with cosmetic dentistry. Dr. Bradley Rule will also recommend different ways you can fix […]
Dental technology has forever changed dentistry. Procedures that used to take weeks or months can now be done in days. One of the best advancements in dental technology is CEREC®. With CEREC®, you can have a brand new crown restoration in as little as two hours! So, how are CEREC® crowns made? Find out how […]
The dangers of coconut oil pulling stem from not knowing the facts versus the myths. Read our blog to learn more and find out if it’s safe for your teeth!
Finally, a way to replace missing teeth with natural looking and feeling teeth. But can anyone get dental implants? Read our blog to find out.
Is flying after tooth extraction safe? It’s usually a good idea to rest for 24-48 hours after extraction, so talk to your dentist about your travel plans.
Gum disease, also known as periodontitis or periodontal disease, is very common among adults. Learn about the symptoms, causes, and treatments in this post.
Do genetics influence your oral health? Recent studies say yes and no. Learn about which health factors you can control in our latest article.