It’s easy to convince yourself that you’ll probably fare perfectly well by focusing all of your attention on your prevention at home. As a result, what could go wrong? Certainly as long as you are thorough, you don’t miss a single moment with brushing or flossing, and you’re doing things correctly, you won’t need professional preventive care … right? We appreciate your commitment to the smile protection you create in your home but we beg to differ! Seeing is us an integral part of maintaining oral health.
When TMJ disorder takes a hold in your life, you know that it’s time to make some changes! Of course, one of those changes is going to include TMJ treatment. However, as you know, when you’re treating a problem like this, it’s often going to include a bit of extra work in your usual habits to ensure you’re not doing something to make matters worse. As you consider the types of issues that will exacerbate jaw joints problems, you’ll quickly figure out the types of things to avoid at all costs, so your jaw joints can enjoy essential rest.
Are you familiar with Shakespeare’s comedy (that feels quite tragic at moments) known as A Midsummer Night’s Dream? If not, you are in for a truly delightful and magical journey through a beautiful kingdom (of humans), another kingdom (of fairies), and the mix-ups and trials in love that happen in each.
You may want to take just a moment to enjoy a quiz we’re offering you that’s all about toothpaste! If you’re blinking and wondering what on earth you might have left to learn about this protective oral health product, you may be surprised. For instance, should you load up your toothbrush? Do you know if it’s dangerous to swallow your toothpaste? Yep. It’s quiz time, all right!
You might feel perfectly comfortable asking us all sorts of questions about your smile when it’s about your lips, your teeth, or your gums. However, there’s something about tongue inquiries that can make patients feel a little uneasy. You may think you should already know the answers to the thoughts passing through your head. You may even be embarrassed about your questions, so you just keep them to yourself. We will always remind you that when you have an oral health question, getting it out into the open when you’re visiting us is the very best policy! Now…onto some questions and answers!
We know that you may be under the impression your smile is too damaged for dental care. Instead of coming in for cleanings, checkups, and everything else that you require, you may instead resign yourself to the thought that you’re probably beyond the potential help a dentist could offer. Fantastic news: You’re wrong about this! As a matter of fact, we offer full mouth restoration that provides our patients with a comfortable, all-encompassing way to get their smile health back!
Have you heard? It’s nearly time for Movies In The Park for summer 2018! Thanks to our Parks and Rec Department, we’ve got a summer full of outdoor fun to be had, so gather up your picnic gear, grab your friend or family member (or both!) and get ready for some serious summer fun!
There are few things more alarming (and that can cause quite as much mental anguish) as the sudden onset of a toothache. One moment, all is well. The next, you find yourself extremely worried and potentially extremely uncomfortable because your tooth hurts. Is there a right response to the symptom, you ask yourself? By considering some deeper details about where tooth discomfort comes from, what may be going on, and more, you’ll quickly discover that what you should do is call us. Now, let’s start at the beginning!
If you’ve been interested in figuring out ways to best protect your gum health lately, then the idea of using a water flosser may have crossed your mind. Talk with friends and family members and you will likely hear some glowing reviews! However, you’re still lacking some key information that lets you know whether we approve of this product, how to use it effectively, and more. Get started with some initial advice and remember to ask for further details the next time we see you!
You might assume that going into your dental hygiene session with full force is probably best when it comes to obliterating plaque and getting your smile clean. While we can certainly understand why you have adopted this perspective, we also must correct you! When you provide forceful care, you overdo it. You even cause irritation and the potential for serious damage and dental sensitivity. What you’re not doing is offering yourself the oral health protection you need. Let’s help you better recognize what you should be doing.