A broken or damaged tooth is so much more than a cosmetic issue. While having a beautiful, healthy smile is a boost to one’s overall esteem, broken or damaged teeth can lead to serious dental problems over time. That’s why having your tooth restored as soon as possible is so important.
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Sleep Disordered Breathing (SDB) is becoming increasingly recognized as a chronic disorder of dysfunctional breathing during sleep. Fortunately for our patients, Dr. Chisler completed dental sleep medicine training through the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine.
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DETAIL DENTAL POLICY REGARDINGCORONAVIRUS (COVID19) We want you to know we are taking every precaution necessary to limit the exposure of any virus within our office. Listed below is aRead more →
Missing TeethDental implants are a great way to replace missing teeth and also provide a fixed solution to having removable partial or complete dentures. Implants provide excellent support and stabilityRead more →
Express AppointmentsOur team at Detail Dental understands you have a busy schedule. Sometimes you may not have time for a full dental appointment. This is why we’ve started Express Appointments.Read more →
Dental EmergenciesDental emergencies are quite frightening and often painful. Prompt treatment is almost always required to alleviate pain and to ensure the teeth have the best possible chance of survival.DetailRead more →
Sleep ApneaDoes your spouse snore? Does it keep you up at night? Maybe you can’t sleep in the same room anymore. Your spouse may be suffering from Sleep Apnea.What isRead more →
Gum RecessionHealthy gums fit snugly around the crowns of the teeth. Recession occurs when the gums pull away or recede, exposing the roots below. Once the gum tissue has recededRead more →
Gum DiseaseUntreated gingivitis or swollen bleeding gums can turn into to periodontal disease which can lead to tooth loss and other health issues.The Detail Dental team encourages you to takeRead more →
Preventive Dental Care at HomeIt is vital to your overall heath to properly care for your teeth and gums. Brushing and flossing not only prevent gum disease, they work togetherRead more →