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THE IMPORTANCE OF THE CANINE TOOTH

When Is Canine Tooth Extraction Necessary? Canines are found on each side of the lateral incisors. They are present even as baby teeth because they play an important role in the oral cavity, being considered the cornerstones of the mouth. The canine tooth is both strong and stable. It helps us by holding or grasping food and helps rip them apart as well. They are also important to achieve proper occlusion. Dr. Hauser believes that … Read more

LEARN HOW TO FIX YOUR CROSS BITE

Get Straighter Teeth with Invisalign Crooked teeth can cause social and self-esteem issues, especially when you have a severe form of cross bite. This is a type of malocclusion where a single tooth or many teeth are positioned closer to the inner cheek or the tongue than normal, in comparison to its antagonist tooth. This is a lateral misalignment of a dental arch that can sometimes lead to a skewed looking face. Dr. Hauser always … Read more

STOP DENTAL JAW PAIN

Keeping the Temporomandibular Joint Safe Let Dr. Hauser Help You Protect Your TMD The temporomandibular joint, otherwise called TMJ, is a vital part of our health and wellness. If anything happens to this seemingly inconsequential area, you would have difficulty swallowing, chewing and talking, as dental jaw pain can cause great discomfort. This is why it is important to keep the temporomandibular jaw in the best shape possible. Dr. Hauser of Lakefront Family Dentistry is … Read more

UNDERSTANDING MALOCCLUSIONS AND HOW TO TREAT THEM

Learn More About the Malocclusion of Teeth In Japan, women are flocking to dental clinics for the yaeba look. This is done to achieve a prominent fang effect which is said to look cute, child-like and endearing. Apparently, they have yet to get the memo that malocclusions can cause more harm than good. Dr. Hauser is a CEREC restoration specialist who also handles orthodontic cases. He invests in the latest techniques to provide his patients with … Read more

CROSSBITE IN CHILDREN: A COMMON PROBLEM

Crossbite Treatment Options for Kids Crossbite in children can be caused by a number of factors. Genetics is one of the most prevalent causes of this condition. However, certain oral habits, like tongue thrusting and thumb sucking can do enough damage to ruin occlusion as well. Dr. Hauser is not only a CEREC specialist but a pediatric dentist as well. With over 20 years of experience, he has handled numerous cross bite cases and he … Read more

CHOOSE A DENTIST OFFICE THAT CATERS TO ALL YOUR DENTAL NEEDS

How a Family Dentist Revolutionizes the Dental Service In this age of globalization, we are all aware of the fact that time is money. Extra time spent commuting is a waste of potential earnings. This is why more people prefer establishments that stock most, if not all, of the items they need or want. This is why sites like Amazon and eBay are so popular. The same applies to dental clinics. When choosing a dentist … Read more

YOU CANNOT FIX TEETH PROBLEMS WITH DIY HOME REMEDIES

Let an Expert Dentist Get Rid of Your Gum Disease and Cavities for Good In today’s economy, most of us are struggling to stay afloat. Thus, a major portion of our salary goes to rent, mortgage, car payments and tuition. Therefore, it is not surprising that a majority of us consider dental and medical care luxuries that we wish we could afford. However, there are no DIY tutorials that can teach us to fix teeth … Read more

Pediatric Dental Care: Why You Should Start Them Young

The Importance of Pediatric Dentistry Today As a parent, we do all we can to ensure our children’s health. Even so, not enough parents know that they need to bring their child to the dentist for his or her first checkup at the age of six months or as soon as his or her first tooth begins to erupt, as this period should be monitored with great care. Pediatric dental care is usually not prioritized … Read more

LET OUR INVISALIGN DENTIST STRAIGHTEN YOUR CROOKED BITE

Understanding Invisalign Braces Cost and Benefits Crooked teeth can be a source of embarrassment. However, malocclusion is not just an aesthetic problem. This condition can be caused by genetics or oral habits like thumb sucking. Malocclusion can lead to tooth loss and TMJ problems as well. However, many people detest how regular braces look and feel. If you do not want a mouth full of metal, visit an Invisalign® dentist, like Dr. Hauser, who is a … Read more

THE BEST WAY TO TREAT AN OVER BITE

Using Invisalign for Malocclusion Malocclusion is a condition wherein teeth are misaligned. Thus, there is significant deviation from the normal occlusion, which is the state when the upper teeth fir over the lower dentition. In order to attain the perfect bite, the cusp of the upper first molar has to rest in the lower first molar groove. This allows for proper food mastication. Types of Malocclusion Malocclusion is caused by a variety of factors that … Read more