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Do you experience frequent jaw pain? You could be suffering from a TMJ disorder (TMJD). And if you have missing teeth, your dentures—or lack of them—could be the cause. Let’s take a look at how dentures can affect TMJD.  What Is a TMJ Disorder? A TMJ disorder...

Cold, dry winter air often makes dry mouth symptoms unbearable. Luckily, there are plenty of remedies you can try to get some relief from dry mouth any time of the year. Here are seven ways you can treat dry mouth at home.  What Does Cold Weather...

Missing teeth cause a variety of frustrating problems and make eating and speaking difficult. Luckily, dentures are an affordable solution that allow you to perform daily activities comfortably and confidently again. But how do you know which type of dentures is right for you? We...

Replacing missing teeth with dental implants can restore your confidence and your smile. Dental implants are the most durable tooth replacement option that also looks and feels natural—but why do dental implants have to be so expensive? Let’s take a closer look at how much...

Regular dental visits are essential at every life stage. In most cases, adults should go to the dentist twice a year. However, seniors are more vulnerable to tooth decay and gum disease and may need more frequent cleanings and exams.  How often seniors should go to...

If you wear dentures, maintaining good oral hygiene includes cleaning them regularly. Wearing clean dentures prevents bacteria buildup so your mouth can stay healthy. It’s also essential that you properly store your dentures overnight to further protect your oral health and keep your dentures looking...

Missing teeth can make it difficult and uncomfortable to perform normal, everyday activities like eating and drinking. Having a tooth missing can also make your other teeth shift or lead to jaw bone loss, so it’s best to replace the tooth as soon as possible....

If you’ve been diagnosed with hypertension, you’re probably taking medication to regulate your blood pressure. Although high blood pressure itself does not impact your oral health, the medication you take to control it can affect your teeth and gums.  At Saba and Romanin Dental Associates, we...