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the benefits of dental implants for replacing missing teeth
added on: October 9, 2013

When it comes to replacing one or more missing teeth, dental implants offer aesthetically pleasing, long-term results that other treatments can’t match. If you live in the greater St. Joseph or Kalamazoo, Michigan, areas and would like to learn whether dental implants are the best choice for you, please call… Read More…

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headaches, jaw pain and other symptoms of tmj/tmd
added on: September 4, 2013

Migraine-like headaches and chronic jaw pain are among the most widely reported symptoms of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ/TMD), a common disorder that is often misdiagnosed by physicians without training in the field of neuromuscular dentistry. St. Joseph, Michigan, dentist Dr. Sven Erickson has extensive experience in the diagnosis and treatment… Read More…

Posted In: tmj

rejuvenating the beauty and function of your smile with a smile makeover or full mouth reconstruction
added on: September 4, 2013

If you suffer from multiple dental problems that have you feeling self-conscious about your smile or worried about your oral health, it may be time to consider a smile makeover or full mouth reconstruction. Saint Joseph, Michigan, cosmetic dentist Dr. Sven Erickson will thoroughly assess your unique dental needs, discuss… Read More…

Posted In: smile makeover

how do you fix a gummy smile?
added on: May 20, 2011

How Do You Fix a Gummy Smile? A gummy smile is generally considered unattractive. When you smile, you want to show off your brilliant teeth, not your gums. There are several potential causes for a gummy smile, and the proper treatment depends on the cause of your gummy smile. If… Read More…

Posted In: gummy smile

what is a neuromuscular dentist?
added on: May 18, 2011

What Is a Neuromuscular Dentist? A neuromuscular dentist is a dentist whose training and expertise go beyond a compartmentalized view of the mouth as simply teeth and gums to consider the entire system of muscles, nerves, and other tissues that contribute to the mouth’s function, appearance, and health. Neuromuscular dentistry… Read More…

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