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.
Bright, white teeth can do wonders—they’ll boost your self confidence and make you feel like a million bucks. Unfortunately, so many of our patients complain of yellow teeth. Read our blog post to learn the reasons why teeth turn yellow, and what you can do to brighten them up!
There are a number of dental fads on the market you may be tempted to participate in. Read our blog post to learn about some of these oral crazes and why you should avoid them. Contact us to learn more about dental fads!
We know how common dental anxiety is. Read our blog post to see how we strive to make our offices and services as convenient and comfortable as possible. We want you to know the ways we’ll help you to feel calm while you’re with us.
Corporate dentistry has become big business. Read our blog post for a look at the differences between corporate dentistry and private practice offices like Normandy Dentistry.
Sensitive teeth are an extremely common problem among American adults. Read our blog post to find out if your teeth are overly sensitive, and what you can do about it. Contact us to learn more!