Month: July 2016

Is My Toothache an Emergency?

A sudden, severe toothache is one of the most common symptoms of a dental emergency (which typically involves harm to one or more of your teeth). But toothaches can also indicate issues that aren’t exactly an emergency. You will still need to seek dental treatment to alleviate them, just not immediately. If you aren’t sure… Read more »

Dr. Berk – On a Mission in Ecuador

Recently, Dr. Berk embarked on a charity mission trip to Ecuador, where he joined a team administering dental care to underprivileged children. During the week they were away, Dr. Berk and his wife spent long days, sometimes 12 hours with barely a break, providing restorative treatment like fillings and the extraction of infected teeth. Many… Read more »

Questions About TMJ Disorder

Finding answers to questions about TMJ disorder isn’t always as simple as finding answers about cavities or gum disease. TMJ disorder isn’t as common as these issues, and because its causes and symptoms vary widely, it is often misdiagnosed or disregarded as a non-issue. Yet, if you suffer from TMJ disorder, then its symptoms and… Read more »