Are you a bit of a soda fanatic? Do you have your favorite flavors, your particular brand loyalties, and then the stuff that you’ll only drink if there’s nothing else that you like around? What would you say if we were to inform you that none of your selections (though delicious) are safe for your oral health? Would you frown and consider switching to diet? What would you say if we then told you that diet soda is bad, too? Well, if you don’t know why this is the case but we’ve got your attention, now is the time to learn more!
What do you have in your dental hygiene collection? If you answered: Toothpaste, a toothbrush, and dental floss, then your main collection is complete! These are the products you require in order to achieve and maintain a healthy smile. However, when it comes to cultivating not only your essential but also your best collection of products, what might you need to add? Great news: We’ve got three suggestions that will prove easy to incorporate.
Are you trying to figure out what to send your son or daughter that would elicit a smile? Perhaps as you’re making a mental list of the fun stuff you’d like to toss into the care package you’re sending your child in college, concern about your child’s actual smile health may suddenly cross your mind. Good news: We can help you add some oral health focused items into your kid’s care package that will help you rest easy!
What’s that you say? You can’t believe a single sore can so completely disrupt your daily life? If you have a canker sore in your mouth, then this tale is more common than you might realize. True to form, they can become very annoying. However, if you are not extremely familiar with this oral health topic, then you might find that you worry you should be doing something specific to address it. Never fear: Our quiz is here to save the day!
When you find yourself dealing with immediate pain that starts up suddenly or discomfort that begins and then never really seems to go away, it can bring on many emotions. You might feel anxious, frustrated, overwhelmed, and the list goes on. First, we can say that severe or persistent pain is something that requires our immediate attention, so remember to contact us in order to set up a dental visit as soon as you can. In regard to the sensations you’re having and why they might be happening, we are happy to offer some explanations.
What’s next on your agenda for the way you accessorize yourself? Have you decided that your interest in obtaining an oral piercing is something you’re beginning to feel very serious about? If so, there may be a moment during which you ask yourself the following question: “Is this a safe decision or an unsafe one?” To make sure you’re moving forward feeling fully knowledgeable about the potential risks for your oral health, we recommend that you talk this choice over with us first! To begin, gather up introductory details about some things that can go wrong.
When you’re focused on maintaining a healthy smile, it’s just as important that you concentrate on your gum health as it is that you keep your teeth safe. So, how to go about checking up on your gums and give them the care that they need to thrive? You’ll be relieved to know that it’s not time consuming or difficult to keep gum tissue protected and healthy. See if you’re already on track by taking our quiz (or pick up necessary tips you’ve been needing).
If a tooth has a cavity, we place a filling. But what if your tooth has a serious infection or abscess? In these situations, we may perform an endodontic procedure to restore the tooth and preserve your smile. How do you know if you tooth needs a root canal? What does the procedure involve?
Last week, we took a look at dentures and how they can be used to address advanced tooth loss. But what if you are missing one tooth or just a small number? In these cases, we may be able to replace the teeth using an advanced and strong option known as dental implants. How do dental implant replace missing teeth?
Advanced tooth loss can mean serious complications for the health and appearance of your smile. In addition, this also means replacing these lost teeth will require more than just a single tooth dental implant or a dental bridge. Fortunately, we have two options for providing a full set of dentures. How do implant and removable dentures differ?