This is an exciting time of year for many people with the upcoming holiday season and celebrations. This time of year is well known for feasting on traditional foods and drinking special holiday beverages. Many of our patients have told us about the recipes and foods they are looking forward to trying this holiday season. Of course, we want you to enjoy the holidays, but it is important to eat certain foods in moderation. You may be surprised by some of the foods that can cause problems with your oral health. Read on to learn more about problematic foods and some great alternatives.
We know that our patients would love to have ideal health and never need to visit our office for anything other than a regular hygiene examination. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Thankfully, we offer a number of restorative dental treatments that can improve any oral health problem. You often hear us speak about the importance of receiving a recommended treatment as soon as possible. Today, we want to take a moment to explain the importance of following our instructions before and after treatment.
For most of your life, you have learned about the importance of caring for your teeth and oral health. All of our patients understand the importance of brushing their teeth a minimum of twice a day; however, there is another important aspect of the oral hygiene process that is just as important — flossing. Failure to floss regularly can lead to serious complications with your oral health and the need for dental treatment. Read on to learn more about why you should floss daily.
Are you unhappy with your smile and would you love to make a change? We never like to hear that our patients are unhappy with the appearance of their teeth, and we encourage you to be honest with us about your smile and how you feel. With the arrival of spring, there is no better time to learn more about the ways in which we can improve or restore your teeth. Read on to learn more about the treatments we offer.
Did we recommend a dental treatment during your last visit to our office, but you have yet to schedule the appointment? Here is a friendly reminder for you or a loved one that may be in need of a recommended treatment to schedule your appointment today. Even if this does not apply to you, there is no time like the present to schedule your next oral hygiene examination and cleaning. Delaying recommended treatments and postponing routine dental care can lead to serious complications with your oral health. Read on to learn more.
While many of our patients enjoy the winter and the break from the brutal heat we experience during the summer, there is one part of this season everyone hopes to avoid — getting sick. We are no strangers to taking precautions to ward off illnesses, but sometimes it is just not possible, and you or a loved one may get sick. You might be surprised to discover that there are precautions you should be taking for your oral health when you are sick. Read on to learn if you are familiar with them and how to take these simple precautions when you aren’t feeling your best.
The start of a new year is the perfect time to evaluate the state of your oral health. If you have not visited our office in quite awhile, now is the perfect time to schedule an appointment. Not only are routine hygiene examination appointments necessary, but it’s also important to schedule any recommended treatments as soon as we make the suggestion. We recently treated a patient who was in need of a number of dental crowns due to oral health complications. It is remarkable the difference a dental treatment can make to your smile. Continue reading to see the patient’s transformation and learn more about how dental crowns can improve your smile.
We love when patients are interested in learning ways to improve their dental health and that of their families. The best way to maintain excellent oral health is to create an oral hygiene routine that every family member can follow. This includes brushing twice daily and using dental floss daily as well. It is also extremely important to keep up with oral hygiene examinations for each family member. During these appointments, we not just thoroughly clean your teeth, but we also look for signs of decay. We are happy to provide preventative measures to help ensure the health of your teeth. One such treatment is fluoride. Continue reading to learn more about this helpful treatment.