Should I Get Porcelain Veneers or Teeth Whitening?
Here at the DENTAL STUDIO, we often perform porcelain veneer and teeth whitening treatments to help patients who want to reduce signs of stains and give their teeth a healthier, more refreshed look. Porcelain veneers and teeth whitening procedures are two of the most popular aesthetic dental care treatments available, and each of these options can ultimately have a beautiful,… Read Full Post
San Francisco Dentist Discusses BOTOX Injections for TMJ Disorder and Other TMD Treatment Options
Dr. Jarrod Cornehl, the director of the DENTAL STUDIO SF, explains how treatments such as BOTOX® injections and alternatives such as low-level laser therapy (photobiomodulation) can help many individuals relieve the debilitating symptoms of TMJ Disorder. San Francisco, CA – According to previous estimates cited by the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research, between 5 and 12 percent of… Read Full Post
Our Dentist in San Francisco Explains Dental Bridges in His Latest Video
What exactly is a dental bridge? This popular restorative treatment from our dentist in San Francisco is designed to replace teeth that are missing in the same general area of the mouth. If missing teeth have created a large gap between two existing teeth, a dental bridge can fill that gap by “bridging” the space with a combination of false… Read Full Post
Our Dentist Explains Dental Crowns in His Latest YouTube Video
Dental crowns have been utilized as standard restorative dental care treatments for decades. These custom restorations, sometimes referred to as “caps,” can not only enhance the appearance of a damaged tooth with natural-looking results, but dental crowns can also serve as crucial reinforcement of a tooth’s structure and prevent it from further deterioration. Please view this quick video featuring our… Read Full Post
What Is a Dental Implant?
Do you have a missing tooth, or perhaps even several missing teeth? If so, it’s important to know that there are options available that can replace missing teeth with results that not only look and feel natural, but require no additional maintenance other than regular brushing and flossing! Dental implants are revolutionary treatments for teeth replacement that eliminate many of… Read Full Post
What Is Bruxism?
Bruxism is a very common condition characterized by teeth grinding and/or clenching. Bruxism can be mild to severe, and it can affect individuals as they go about their day (“awake/day bruxism”), or while they sleep at night (“sleep bruxism”). Bruxism may lead to worn and damaged teeth in addition to numerous other concerns, including headaches, jaw disorders, and sleep disruption…. Read Full Post
Why Do Patients Love the DENTAL STUDIO?
Here at the DENTAL STUDIO, our friendly dental team goes above and beyond to provide the best treatment experience possible. Along with a lounge-like office environment and sweeping views of downtown San Francisco, we offer numerous amenities (including noise-cancelling headphones) to soothe your mind and enhance comfort during treatment. We strive to create a unique, educational dental care experience that… Read Full Post
Why Is It Important to Have Regular Dental Exams?
Why Is It Important to Have Regular Dental Exams? One of the most vital things you can do to maintain good oral health is to attend regularly scheduled dental exams and cleanings. These appointments can help our dentists identify any problems (or potential problems) before they have a chance to develop into something more serious, which may end up causing… Read Full Post
3 Things That Will Destroy Your Smile
To effectively safeguard the health and appearance of your smile, it’s important to keep in mind some of the things that can compromise oral health and ways you can prevent that from happening. In today’s video, cosmetic dentist Jarrod Cornehl, DDS explains how consumption of acidic and sugary drinks, teeth grinding, and chronic dry mouth can be so destructive to… Read Full Post
Best Tips for Dental Health Between Visits to the Dentist
Keeping to your recommended schedule of office visits for dental care is extremely important for maintaining excellent oral health, but what about between visits? First and foremost: brush at least twice each day (including your tongue!) and be sure to change out your toothbrush every two to three months. Also, floss at least once per day, and avoid sugary and… Read Full Post