Ever feel like no matter what you do, you end up feeling completely fatigued? Perhaps you also experience that moment when your brain feels cloudy and you can’t seem to get your mind functioning up to par. If so, you may want to check out this upcoming event, Overcoming Exhaustion And Brain Fog, which can shed light on what’s going on and what to do.
Has a friend mentioned that the problem with your smile appears to be overcrowding? Do you know that your smile could certainly use some help but you don’t really know anything about this (or other types) of malocclusion (or a misaligned bite)? If so, you may not know where to begin or what types of treatments are available to you. We encourage you to talk with us about your smile to determine whether your teeth really are crowded, if something else is an issue, and how we can help.
No, don’t worry, we’re not going to ask you to do any long division, calculus, or advanced mental math. What we are going to ask you to consider, however, is the fact that when you do the math regarding dental care, you will find it’s actually not as complex as it seems. While you’re in the depths of figuring out your oral health routine, when to see us, how often to brush and floss, and more, it can feel like you’re quite bogged down (but we can help with some numerical magic).
Do you notice that you consistently have too much saliva in your mouth? Perhaps this is something that only happens on occasion but you’re not really sure why. Maybe you don’t really know if you have a normal amount of moisture in your mouth at any given time, if it’s too little, or too much. Fortunately, we can help you feel more grounded regarding what’s happening within your mouth with the help of questions and answers! Let’s go!
Do you ever sit around pondering the origins of your toothbrush? Maybe you think more about whether you’re using the best dental hygiene products possible or not. Wherever your thoughts tend to lead you, we are glad you spend time thinking about your oral health! In addition, we are happy to share some interesting information about your toothbrush to satisfy your craving for more information about smile care.
January is nearly through, which means it’s time for that very special event for girls and their papas! The Daddy Daughter Sweetheart Ball is just around the corner for 2017, so make sure you’re ready for a wonderful, entertaining evening!
When you’re dealing with a smile that isn’t quite as straight an attractive as you would like but you’re not suffering from a serious misalignment, you may feel uncertain about what to do. You don’t really need to spend a couple years in a full set of braces because your concern is mostly a cosmetic issue. However, you need more than bonding and veneers to address the problem. Fortunately for you, we offer Six Month Smiles to take care of your every concern. Learn more!
The wonderful news is that if you suffer from a tooth chip, you will be able to recover from the issue with the help of cosmetic dentistry. We can improve the issue with either dental bonding or the gentle coverage of a porcelain veneer, so your tooth looks whole again. The frustrating issue lies in the fact that you might not know why you have a chipped tooth (or teeth). This becomes particularly annoying if it’s a reoccurring or widespread problem. Let’s examine some common culprits, so you have an idea of how to avoid additional damage in the future.
When you have had a dental experience that leads to the requirement of a dental extraction, we encourage you to focus on three R-words to see you through this experience, while feeling happy and relieved regarding your care. We know that it’s not always the first thing on your list of things to do but, as you will discover, receiving an extraction can provide you with a wonderful chance to reclaim your oral health (instead of allowing it to decline). Keep our helpful R-suggestions in mind, so your experience is a positive one.
Did you know that a lot of patients let us know that they find dental hygiene frustrating? Did you know that it doesn’t have to feel like a challenge but can actually feel like a natural extension of your daily life? When you notice that something about practicing preventive care at home is getting under your skin or starting to feel overwhelming, we encourage you to stop, put the toothbrush down, and consider our advice. Then, of course, get back to the brushing and flossing and you’ll see how easy it can be.