Often, when we break the news about a cavity, a child or parent quickly chimes in saying, “But I brush twice a day!” Yes, brushing twice a day is important, but brushing twice day CORRECTLY is even more important. In today’s blog, we’re going to look at the correct way for kids to brush their teeth.
We’re already just a few weeks from Christmas, which means the end of 2017 is drawing near. Before greeting the New Year, why not schedule a visit with your dentist? Otherwise, you may end up watching your remaining 2017 benefits expire without use! We can offer custom care for patients of all ages and their families. So, use those benefits before you lose them!
Did you know that November is actually TMJ Awareness Month? In the United Sates, millions of people experience discomfort due to TMJ disorder, also known as TMD. Without treatment, patients may eventually have issues fully opening and closing their mouths. Fortunately, we’re ready to help address this jaw joint disorder with a comfortable and minimally invasive solution.
Most parents recognize that teaching their children to care for their teeth at home is essential for the good of their long-term oral health. However, along with good dental hygiene skills, children also need routine care from their dentist to keep their young smiles healthy well into adulthood. Today, we answer a few common questions about keeping little smiles healthy, and what makes children’s dental care slightly different then the care you receive as an adult. (more…)
Next week, our team and our patients will be sitting down with their friends and family for Thanksgiving. We love the opportunity to see our loved ones and enjoy a wonderful time together. However, despite the presence of sugary desserts and starchy foods, you can still take steps to keep your smile healthy. In today’s blog, were going to look at five healthy Thanksgiving food options.
In just a few weeks, families across the nation will be sitting down for a Thanksgiving feast. While we love the opportunity to visit with our families, we shouldn’t forget about our smiles! You can take steps to help avoid decay after your big feast, protecting your smile from a common, but serious, oral health problem.
Now that November has arrived, people are beginning to plan their holiday season. Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, and other winter holidays will be here before you know it. If you would like to show up at holiday gatherings of your friends and family with a brighter smile, we can help!