IV sedation dentistry is a great choice for patients who have dental anxiety or a strong gag reflex and need an additional service that will help them relax in the dental chair. It also has many other beneficial applications. Read our blog post to learn about IV sedation dentistry!
The idea of holistic care, or care that focuses on the whole person and the multiple factors involved, doesn’t just apply to general practitioners. Our pledge is to serve our community with healthy, holistic dentistry that acknowledges them as a whole and recognizes the important connection between mouth and body. Read our blog post for details!
We’re willing to bet that if we polled our patients to ask whether they’d like to improve the quality of their sleep, the answer would be a resounding “Yes!”. We have some good news: myofunctional therapy can improve your sleep quality. Read our blog post to learn about this versatile therapy.
If you’re suffering from chronic jaw pain, you may be experiencing temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD). We offer gneuromuscular dentistry to treat jaw pain and help our patients live healthy, pain-free lives! Read our blog post for details.
Sugar is oh so sweet—until you realize the extensive damage that it can cause to your teeth! But even though sugar is damaging to your teeth, there are sugar alternatives that are just as delicious and can actually be good for your oral health! Check out our blog post for a look at these sweet alternatives.
A visit to the dentist should promote better health, not put it in danger. If you have allergies, it’s important to keep in mind what might trigger your allergies at the dentist. Read our blog post for a look at a few common allergens at dental offices, along with ways that you can safely navigate around your allergies when you visit the dentist.
Most of us probably associate February with Valentine’s Day, but did you also know that it’s National Gum Disease Awareness Month? As our part to celebrate the month, in our blog we want to share some facts you should know about gum disease and some information about our own periodontal services.
When you have a TMJ disorder – which is a type of temporomandibular disorder (TMD) – it can cause pain and discomfort in your jaw. Your TMJ (temporomandibular joint) is essentially a sliding hinge that connects your jawbone to your skull. If you experience issues with your TMJ, treatment may be necessary. Read our blog post for details.
Where to Find Us
We're conveniently located in the Shoppes at River Bend, just off of 46 West. When you book an appointment, we reserve that block specifically for you so you can have valuable, one-on-one time with your dentist. We want to get to know you as a person and make meaningful relationships with our Columbus, Indiana community. We hope you’ll stop by sometime soon!