The temporomandibular joint, commonly referred to as TMJ, is one of the body’s most complex joints. Here, our Courtenay dentists explain three main types of TMJ disorders, symptoms and how they are treated.
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If you’ve got a cavity, having a dental filling placed by your dentist is a necessary procedure. There are a few tips that can make the time immediately following the filling a bit easier. Our Courtenay dentists offer some advice about what you should and should not do after a filling.
Your family's dental needs will change as they progress through different stages of life. In this post, our Courtenay dentists explain the ins and outs of family dentistry and how we help kids, teens, adults and seniors keep their smiles healthy.
Many people will have a dental emergency at some point, sometimes as a result of underlying oral health conditions or injuries. Our Courtenay dentists provide advice about how to know if your dental issue is an emergency, and what to do.
Jaw pain can indicate a dental issue such as a toothache, TMJ Disorder, or perhaps a more serious condition. In this post, our Courtenay dentists explain possible causes of jaw pain and what to do with those sore joints.