How Often Do I Need X-Rays at the Dentist?

Radiographs, or “x-rays”, are a tool used to detect disease or abnormalities in the body, including the teeth. Simply put, x-rays are images created on film when energy passes through the tooth and is absorbed into the film. This is very similar to the way visible light is used to create photographs. X-rays are valuable

Botox and Dentistry

If you have ever considered getting Botox, it is important to understand what it is and what it does. Botox is the shortened trade name for Botulinum Toxin; Botox is supplied in a solid form and contains sodium chloride (salt), and a protein commonly found in blood plasma and produced by the liver. Botox contains