Read our blog post for an overview of how dentures have evolved since ancient times. If you’re looking to restore your smile to full function and beauty, contact us to discover if modern dentures are right for you!
Did you know that saliva is a key component for optimal oral health? Check out our blog post to learn about the functions of saliva. And if you struggle with chronic mouth dryness, contact us today for treatment!
Read our blog post to learn what to do for a toothache, cracked or chipped tooth, or a lost permanent tooth. Call our Scottsdale dental office at (480)-949-5858 for emergency dental care! We open at 7:00 AM Monday through Saturday and close at 4:00 PM on Monday, Thursday, and Friday; 6:00 PM on Tuesday and Wednesday; and 2:00 PM on Saturday.
Calling all Queen fans! Read our blog post to discover what caused Freddie Mercury’s unusual smile and why he never wanted to get it fixed.
Read our blog post to discover why and when wisdom teeth should be removed. We perform wisdom teeth removal here at our Scottsdale dental office! Contact us today to schedule your consultation.
Read our blog post to learn about foods that promote stronger teeth and gums. We are here to help you have a superb smile. Contact our team for additional help making tooth-healthy dietary choices!
Check out our blog post to discover what gingivitis is, its causes, and its associated health risks. We also suggest tips to reverse gingivitis. Contact us for additional tips to improve your oral health!
Check out our blog post to learn about the oral health benefits of some of your favorite Thanksgiving foods, from turkey to pumpkin pie. Contact us to schedule your next dental checkup and cleaning before your calendar fills up with holiday festivities!
Read our blog post for tips to promote healthy gums and teeth for your baby. We welcome patients of all ages here at Toothology Dental. Contact us to schedule your child’s first checkup within 6 months of when their first tooth emerges!
Read our blog post to learn about dental crowns: what they are, when they are needed, how they are placed, and how long they typically last. If you have additional questions about any of our restorative dentistry services, contact our dental office today!