Conditions We Treat

Cavities

A cavity, caries, or tooth decay, is the damage that occurs to tooth enamel over time that is one of the most common (and preventable) chronic conditions seen in children (20% of 5-11 year olds have at least one untreated decayed tooth, particularly in those children/adolescents from lower socioeconomic households). Learn more about Cavities.

Cleft Lip and/or Palate

A cleft lip and/or palate is characterized by the presence of a gap (split) in the lip and/or palate seen at birth when the tissues of the lip and/or palate don't come together at all, or come together only part of the way. Learn more about Cleft Lip and/or Palate.

Dentoalveolar Infections

The word dentoalveolar refers to the teeth and the sockets that the teeth rest in. When bacteria enters a tooth through a hole (caries), crack in the tooth, poor hygiene, thin enamel etc. causing a localized infection in or around the tooth (abscess), or if the infection spreads from the tooth to cause deep infections in the neck, it’s known as a dentoalveolar infection. Learn more about Dentoalveolar Infections.

Malocclusion

Occlusion is the medical term that refers to the alignment of the teeth. Normally the upper teeth should fit over the lower teeth slightly. Malocclusion simply means that the upper teeth of the jaw are irregularity in contact with the lower jaw teeth. Learn more about Malocclusion.

Nursing Bottle Caries

The tooth decay that occurs in infants and very young children is often referred to as “baby bottle tooth decay”. Learn more about Nursing Bottle Caries.

Odontogenic Tumors

Odontogenic tumor is the medical term for a growth or cyst that affects the jaw. Learn more about Odontogenic Tumors.

Periodontal Diseases

Periodontal disease is the medical term for gum disease. Learn more about Periodontal Diseases.

Temporomandibular Joint Disorders

The temporomandibular joint is the area where the lower jaw connects to the base of the skull. It’s surrounded by muscles and ligaments all of which have to work well together. Any condition that impacts any part of the system can cause a problem with the temporomandibular joint. Learn more about Temporomandibular Joint Disorders.

Toothache

The term toothache refers to pain that comes from an inflammation of the pulp (pulpitis) inside a tooth (this contains the nerves which cause the pain). Learn more about Toothache.