Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), dental offices are closed for regular treatments, such as cleanings and exams. However, we are still able to take care of patients with dental emergencies. Read our blog post for details!
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, our Jacksonville, Florida dental office is operating under limited hours for emergencies only. The safety and health of our patients, our employees, and our community are our top priorities. Read our blog post for tips on staying safe during the pandemic.
We are proud to offer superior dental services in the greater Jacksonville, Florida area! From a routine cleaning to a complex restorative procedure, our practice marries expertise, a comfortable atmosphere, and flexible, affordable services to give our patients the best care possible. Read our blog post for details.
Did you make any resolutions for your smile in 2020? Every year, we notice two common themes among our patients’ new year’s resolutions for their smiles: our patients want whiter teeth and a straighter smile. Read our blog post to learn how this can be done with Lumineers!
You want a healthy, strong physique. You want to look and feel your best. But do you want all that at the expense of your teeth? Check out our blog post to learn how protein shakes can hurt your teeth.
It’s a brand new year and it’s time for a brand new smile! There’s no better time than now to start thinking about how to improve your smile, and whitening is one of the easiest. Read our blog post to learn about the three effective whitening methods we offer here at Normandy Dentistry.
The last thing any of us wants to hear are the words dental and emergency used in the same sentence. However, dental emergencies do crop up from time to time, and it’s important that you know what to do and how to identify them if they happen to you or a loved one. Read our blog post to make sure you are prepared for a dental emergency.
When it comes to fears and phobias, going to the dentist tops many people’s list. Maybe you had a really bad experience and stepping into an office triggers your anxiety, or maybe you just dread the routine of cleanings and exams. Check out our blog post for five tips for handling dental anxiety.
If you’re wondering how you can reduce dental costs and limit your risk for requiring treatment for cavities, root canals, or gum disease, we’re here to let you in on a secret: good preventive care can reduce or eliminate your risk for developing many common dental conditions! Check out our blog post to learn how to avoid plaque buildup.
With the internet, new information bubbles up constantly, and trends and fads spread like wildfire. We’ve noticed some fads popping up that make grand claims to benefit your oral health and appearance, but are actually truly dangerous to your teeth. Read our blog post for a look at a few of these fads.