When should I have my wisdom teeth examined or removed?
There are many factors that determine if and when wisdom teeth are removedRead
Why do I need a root canal?
A discussion of root canal diagnosis and treatmentRead
How long do dental crowns or porcelain crowns and veneers last?
A discussion of the reasons that crowns may need to be replacedRead
Gum Recession, Periodontal Disease and Abfraction
Information on gum and tooth lossRead
What is a Dental Implant and why do I need one?
What is a Dental Implant, why do I need one one, and where can I get one?Read
What is a crown?
What are crowns, why do you need one and where can you get one?Read
Martin Dentistry’s Covid-19 Preparations
Take a moment to learn about the changes and preparations we have undertaken in order to create an even safer environment.Read
Vaping and Oral Health
The dangers of vaping have come to the forefront of news media due to serious lung illnesses.Read
The Psychology of Dentistry
Are you afraid to go to the dentist? Dental phobia or anxiety is real, and it can cause debilitating fear.Read
Why do I need to have a crown?
When a tooth has too much damage a crown is used to restore function and to replace missing tooth structure.Read
Spit, slobber, spittle, drool!
Saliva is a thing that everyone takes for granted….until it’s gone!Read
Botox Cosmetic at the dentist?
We offer Botox at Martin Dentistry.Read
What is an Explanation of Benefits?
Explanation of Benefits (EOB) is a document you will receive from your insurance explaining your recent dental visit and how the claim was processed.Read
Concerns with radiation and exposure:
When it comes to taking dental images, commonly called xrays or radiographs, there can be concerns and misconceptions.Read
Maximums and Dental Insurance Plans
Dr. Martin discusses Maximums and Dental Insurance PlansRead
At Martin Dentistry we seek to provide several options for your treatment and care.Read
Are we consuming too much sugar?
Dr. Matthew Martin discusses how your teeth are affected by the amount of sugar you intake.Read
But it Doesn't Hurt
Dental disease and trauma can begin and quickly progress without symptoms.Read
Why doesn't my insurance cover this?
A partial description of dental insuranceRead
* All information subject to change. Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary.