4 Reasons You Should Never Lie to Your Dentist

Here’s a sad truth: more than a quarter of Americans admit to lying to their dentist about flossing. And that’s not the only thing that people lie about. They might lie about brushing, or perhaps they don’t want to admit how they chipped their teeth.  While we acknowledge that many people are tempted to, there… Read More »

Signs That You Have Sleep Bruxism

Bruxism, teeth clenching and grinding, can be very destructive to your teeth and your restorations. It can also (TMJ/TMD). For many people, bruxism happens in your sleep, which can make it hard to know that you’re doing it.  It’s important to watch for the signs of sleep bruxism and get help if you think you… Read More »

Sleep Apnea Dental Emergency

Consider Sleep Apnea Treatment an Emergency

As we continue to treat emergency patients only per the ADA’s recommendation, it’s important to understand that there are many potential classes of emergencies. Last time, we talked about emergency restorative dentistry, but this time we want to talk about . Sleep apnea is a potentially deadly condition, and it needs to be treated immediately.… Read More »

Emergency Dental

Emergency Restorative Dentistry

As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the American Dental Association (ADA) has asked us to suspend elective and routine dental care. However, we are still serving patients with emergency dental needs, including emergency restorative dentistry. Here are some of the more common emergency restorative dentistry procedures you might need. Infected Tooth Treatment An infected… Read More »

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Neuromuscular Dentistry: Your Smile Depends on More Than Just Your Teeth

Your jaw and facial muscles continuously support your smile. In other words, your tooth structure relies on neuromuscular dentistry, a type of dentistry that focuses on your facial muscles as well as your teeth. Neuromuscular dentists help your tooth structure by resolving dysfunction and curing misalignment.  Not only do your teeth rely on your facial… Read More »

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Straighten Your Teeth Easily with Invisalign

People in Naples, Florida, straighten their teeth for a variety of reasons. However, the most important reason for us may not be the most important reason for you. As dental professionals, we feel that an improperly functioning bite is the most concerning reason to straighten teeth. On the other hand, many people choose to straighten… Read More »

What Factors Contribute to the Long-Term Success of Dental Implants?

Dental implants have been a highly recommended solution for patients who are missing teeth. This is because they offer many benefits, especially when compared to alternatives such as dental bridges and dentures. Drs. James Massa, Daniel Cocris, and Stacey Vlachos of Naples, FL are pleased to provide dental implants for individuals who visit the Massa… Read More »

How does a bridge replace missing teeth?

When our Naples, FL patients come to us with one or more missing teeth, our team of professionals may suggest the use of a dental prosthetic to address gaps within the smile. Replacing missing teeth will improve the smile’s appearance while also providing a safeguard against oral health complications. How does a replace a missing… Read More »

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