Are you already certain that you need bruxism treatment to help prevent damage to your smile? However, are you completely uncertain regarding the details of treatment and whether it’s the best thing for your grinding or clenching? Rest assured, oral appliance therapy is one of the gentlest and most accommodating of treatments, which will help without interfering with your life. Allow us to offer additional information with a Q&A session.
Do you ever feel like you’re spending too much time on your dental hygiene? Maybe you feel stressed when it comes to keeping all of your dental health priorities on track even though you are certain it’s something that should be very easy for you to maintain. Fortunately, we have a few suggestions for you that are so simple to follow. Learn more!
Have you been trying to figure out the best approach for achieving a more attractive smile? Perhaps there is nothing severely wrong with the esthetics or oral health of your grin but you are not completely pleased with its appearance. Or, maybe there are some significant eyesores that you know require professional attention – but you aren’t sure about the particular treatments necessary for repairs and improvements. Lucky for you, we have a few very helpful recommendations.
You know that sensation in an airplane when you’re in flight and you can feel the change in pressure? When your oral health is in wonderful condition, this is generally not a problem. However, if your teeth are experiencing any issues (like a cavity or infection), those changes in pressure can lead to less than comfortable experiences. The good news is that you don’t need to worry about any upcoming flights this summer – just take a couple helpful tips to heart, so you’re ready for some fun summer adventures.
Are you under the impression that you’ve got everything under the sun when it comes to dental hygiene products? Perhaps you assume that your house is missing nothing whatsoever in the way of keeping your smile healthy. However, have you considered potential guests? How about the safety of your toothbrush – are you keeping it protected or have you missed some details regarding how you should store it? Let’s cover some quick information regarding making your home a true treasure trove of all things preventive care related.
You know that you should brush your teeth before bedtime – and you should floss if you haven’t already – but do you know about some potential oral health hazards to avoid during this time of night? While it may be obvious that chomping on candy as you doze off is certainly a bad plan, there are some less apparent details you may wish to consider, so you make the most of your nightly hygiene.
If you have spent any time speaking with us about gum health – or researching on your own – you know that your gum tissue has the ability to become inflamed or to recede and pull away from your teeth. You may also recognize that the two may be connected – or may occur independently of one another. However, if you are just grazing the surface of this topic, the details may still be eluding you. Let’s make our way through a quick rundown of the essential facts, so you better understand your gums.
It’s that time of year again, when the temperatures get ready to soar and any comfortable respite from the humid days is much appreciated. Why not spend your Fridays with the community, enjoying a splash in the pool and a film, while you paddle?
Have you heard over and over that looking for the ADA Seal of Acceptance means you know you are choosing a dental hygiene product that will work successfully? Is this about all you know regarding the American Dental Association’s method of letting the public know an item is good to purchase? If so, you may have some specific questions regarding the seal and the process. While we will be happy to answer any remaining questions at your next visit, we have currently collected those we often hear from patients.
Have you been thinking that it’s time to stop biting your nails because it’s a frustrating habit – and your hands don’t look so hot? Particularly for individuals who have been doing this for some time, it becomes so habitual that you might not even realize you’re doing it until you glance down at your nails. Fortunately, you’re not stuck with this habit for life. If you can relate (and if you need a bit more motivation to stop), we would like to help you understand how nail biting can have some negative effects on your oral health.