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We wanted to give you a quick update on a few of the changes you might start seeing in our practice to keep you safe.
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Most people take their teeth and gums for granted until something like a cavity, signs of gum disease, or other dental issue needs to be addressed. Our dental team always works to help prevent these conditions in our patients. Here are some basic tips on caring for your oral health to help avoid painful and inconvenient dental conditions.
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month — a month dedicated to highlighting the importance of early dental care to children and their caregivers. We know it’s not always easy to get young kids to brush their teeth, but we would like to offer you some tips on how to set your child up for a lifetime of good dental health habits.
Do you wish could change the shape of your teeth? Are you tired of dealing with cracked or chipped teeth? Dental veneers are a solution for such issues. Veneers are customized shells made of porcelain that are attached to the front of your teeth in order to change their appearance. The dental veneer is a versatile, minimally invasive treatment option for a wide variety of dental issues.
We hope your new year is off to a great start. Here in the office, it’s our goal every year to help keep our patients’ dental health in check. During your routine checkups, we take time to not only clean your teeth but to check for any signs of dental issues. In particular, we want to make sure we catch a certain oral disease before it progresses and causes complications such as tooth loss. Continue reading to find out more.
One of the most important things you can do to maintain your oral health — and overall health — is to practice good oral hygiene at home. Brushing and flossing your teeth twice a day has a bigger impact than you may think. Without it, plaque and food can build up on your teeth, resulting in bacteria that hardens into tartar. Left untreated, tartar can irritate the gums and lead to gum disease, otherwise known as periodontal disease. Unfortunately, it is a common disease. A study by the Center for Disease Control found that half of adult Americans have some kind of periodontal disease.
Do you or a loved one suffer from pain in your jaw, ear and/or neck? When you eat or talk, do you hear clicking or popping noises that come from your jaw joints? While some people think these symptoms will go away on their own, they shouldn’t be ignored. For more information on why you should seek help for jaw pain, click here.
Implants are a popular dental treatment thanks to advances in modern dentistry. Using cutting-edge technology and techniques, most implants have a very high success rate and will last a lifetime if properly cared for. They are not only used for replacing one tooth but can replace multiple teeth as an alternative to dentures.