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Is Gum Recession Reversible? 
added on: September 14, 2023
My Rivertown Dentist in Madison

Gum recession, also known as gingival recession, is a common dental concern that many people face. It occurs when the gum tissue surrounding the teeth wears away or pulls back, exposing more of the tooth’s root. Gum recession can be distressing, and many patients want to know whether or not… Read More…

What Are The Risks of Teeth Grinding? 
added on: August 9, 2023
My Rivertown Dentist in Madison

Teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, affects many people. Oftentimes individuals may not even realize they’re doing it. However, while tooth grinding may seem like a relatively harmless habit, your dentist in Madison wants you to know that it could actually put your dental health at risk. Understanding Bruxism Teeth grinding,… Read More…

End Your Year and Your TMJ Pain at My Rivertown Dentist
added on: December 10, 2021
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Earlier this month, the team at My Rivertown Dentist in Madison talked about addressing the often overlooked or misdiagnosed issue of sleep apnea in children. There’s a health issue in adults that usually has the same problems across both the medical and dental fields, and that’s TMJ disorder or TMD… Read More…

What Does a DNA Appliance from My Rivertown Dentist Do, Exactly?
added on: March 2, 2021
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If you’ve had the chance to check out any of our earlier blogs from 2021, you might have already heard about our groundbreaking partnership with Vivos Therapeutics, the only relationship of its kind in Madison. What drove us to be a pioneer? Because working together with them and The Institute… Read More…

There’s a New, Innovative Way to Address TMJ Pain at My Rivertown Dentist
added on: February 19, 2021
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Without Unnecessary Surgery or Pain Pills for Relief (We Promise) Over the years, within both the dental and medical fields, there have been many creative ways to help patients who struggle with temporomandibular joint disorder, more commonly known as TMJ or TMD. Sometimes surgery is recommended or special braces or… Read More…