If you don’t know very much about your gums but you are diagnosed with any stage of gum disease, you might find that you know something is wrong and that treatment is essential … but that for the most part, you have no idea what we’re talking about. We don’t love this, of course, because one of our priorities is for our patients to feel educated and relaxed about the care they receive. To make sure you know all about your gum health, we offer up some essential terms to store away in the “dental center” of your mind.
When you’re getting ready to receive Invisalign treatment, you are probably full of excitement about how lovely your smile is going to look in the future. Then, of course, there might also be some factors that have you a little bit worried. The treatment will be covering your smile and shifting your teeth, so there’s a bit of an adjustment period. What to think about this? How to make it easier? How do you avoid losing your trays? For the time being just take a breath, relax, and let us help you make it through the beginning of your treatment with ease!
Are you someone who can barely utter a sentence without talking about your beloved pup? Perhaps you and your hound tend to go just about everywhere together. If you are always overjoyed to discover events that are pet-friendly, why not stop by this upcoming event called Yappy Hour? It’s actually designed for you and your dog, so come out for a great time!
There’s nothing wrong with asking questions about cosmetic care or any other type of dental care for that matter! In fact, we encourage you to talk with us about anything you’re considering for your smile, so you feel good about your choices. As you may have guessed, we would much prefer you come to us with questions right away, rather than giving yourself time to feel worried about treatment. If you’re curious about dental contouring, for instance, we are happy to help. Consider some common concerns, questions, and the answers we have for you.
If you have been thinking about your gum health lately and wondering where gum disease comes from, you may need a quick refresher. We are always happy to go over the details with you because this is one oral health issue that you do not want to deal with! Remember, the more consistent you are with your dental checkups and the better you care for your smile, the easier it is to avoid periodontal problems (or to treat them immediately). Consider some reminders, so you stay on track with your smile care.
If you haven’t been in to see us in quite some time, you might be feeling hesitant. If you’re considering coming in as a new patient but you’ve been away from dental care for a while or you’re just not sure what to expect, you might put your appointment off for a while. Then again, you might not like the way your smile has been looking as of late but you’re having a hard time putting your finger on the problem. There are a lot of reasons to need care and they all require you to start with one thing: Schedule a dental visit with us!
While February is home to Valentine’s Day and Groundhog Day, it’s also a month that celebrates something related to oral health. It’s National Children’s Dental Health Month! How does one celebrate this type of holiday, you wonder? Well, it’s more of a month-long spotlight on children’s dental care and how to make sure your sons and daughters are enjoying excellent dental hygiene (and receiving the professional treatments they need). Ready for a quick review?
Are you someone who enjoys kombucha and you’ve heard of a friend who makes her own? Perhaps you feel like you’re spending an awful lot of money dashing to the store to pick a bottle up and wonder if you could be one of those individuals who makes kombucha for yourself. Perhaps you’re curious if there are any additional benefits (beyond saving money) to doing so. You can learn about all this and more at the upcoming How To Make Your Own Kombucha And Why event!
When you notice that your teeth seem worn down, it can certainly feel quite alarming. Before you feel overwhelmed, it’s important to remember that just a single dental visit to our practice will reveal the contributing factor and we will provide you with a care plan to fix the damage. As for what’s been causing the problem in the first place, we are happy to offer a few common, potential factors that may be coming into play. Remember, don’t worry: Just schedule an appointment!
When you’re about to brush your teeth, do you ever wonder how much toothpaste you should be using? Are you using too much? Perhaps you’re not using enough! Then, if you have children, you may also feel uncertain about how much toothpaste to use for their growing smiles. The same as you? A different amount? To put all of these concerns to rest, we can quickly outline the details for you (and clear up some common confusion) to ensure everyone’s oral health remains in tip top shape.