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.
Thinking about dentures, but not sure what to expect? Dentures are a non-invasive tooth replacement option that many patients choose for their natural look and ease of use. Check out our blog post for a look at the variety of options that we offer at our office.
If it’s time to get dentures, you will soon find out that there is a lot to be learned about your new teeth. Read our blog post where we explore how dentures are fitted to your mouth, resulting in a beautiful, realistic smile.
We know that not all of our patients have dental insurance. We still want our patients to have access to the quality dental care they deserve. For this reason, we’ve created our very own Dental Savings Plan. Read our blog post for details!
Certain aspects of dental care, flossing for example, can present a daily challenge for anyone, and these tasks can get even tougher in your golden years. Read our blog post for tips to keep up with your oral care routine as you age.
Research has shown that your oral health and your overall health are closely linked, and specifically mental health. Read our blog post where we explain whether gum disease can cause mental health issues. We also look at how mental health can impact oral health.
You may have been told that cavities or other dental issues run in your family, but is this scientifically possible? If you’re concerned about what oral problems may present in your lifetime that might be inherited, we want to help. Read our blog post for information on some common dental problems that have been shown to be genetically handed down from generation to generation, and what to do if you suspect you have them.