It’s one of those questions that can really cause you to go back and forth: Should I be using an electric toothbrush for my smile? The good news is that if you aren’t using one, you’ve got nothing to worry about! If you would like to, however, you might feel like there may be some hidden hazards you’re unaware of. Fortunately, it’s a relatively beneficial and safe choice. To get started, we have answers to the stuff you’d really like to know.
If you are suffering from problems associated with your jaw joints, you are probably not at a complete loss as to why it’s happening. TMJ disorder, which occurs when jaw joint health is not at its best, will lead to symptoms like headaches, ringing in the ears, facial pain, jaw pain, and more. So, you have some idea that your jaw joints require help but that doesn’t mean you know how to approach the issue. Is it treatable, you wonder? The good news is that our TruDenta system can help get to the bottom of things and treat the issue. Learn more.
What’s more adorable, lovable, and wonderful than a teddy bear? If you answered nothing than this just might be the day and event for you! Little kids, big kids, and adult kids alike will enjoy an all-day smile thanks to this National Teddy Bear Day event, which will see you heading home with your very own, brand new teddy bear.
Of course, as long as you’ve been taking yourself to the dentist and the doctor, you’ve known that it’s a must for you to see us for cleanings and checkups. However, you might have some questions about what you should be doing to keep your kids’ teeth healthy. Do kids require the same preventive care? Or, do they need something different, you wonder? Try out our Q&A session for the overall essentials and learn more about the details during your child’s next visit.
To use mouthwash or not to use mouthwash … it appears to be one of those age-old questions! Perhaps you have used it for your entire life. Or, maybe you have long considered it and have only recently thought it might be a nice addition to your home dental care. No matter where you land on the spectrum of years of use, you will find that there are some tips that ring true for everyone! Let’s work our way through some beneficial advice, so you feel good about this extra effort with your dental hygiene (or your child’s!).
Before you even come in to meet us, did you know that it’s possible to get a much better idea of the dental care we offer? Were you aware that you can feel as though you’ve already visited our practice even without stepping foot into our dental office? It’s true! Consider a few hints for getting to know us a bit better if you’re considering becoming a new patient. It’s easier than ever!
As you might imagine, one of the treatments we receive the most amount of questions about is the root canal treatment. These can vary from anything including whether a patient might ever need this restorative treatment to what’s going to happen after treatment is complete. First, we encourage you to take very seriously our promise that we will be happy to answer your questions! Please ask them, so you can feel confident about your dental care. To get a jump start on this topic for now, however, take a look at our FAQs.
The fact of the matter is: You need to brush much less aggressively. The problem? You hear these words but you aren’t really sure how to implement the changes you need to become a gentle brusher. We know this might seem like quite a hurdle in your dental hygiene experience but we are here to reassure you that it is not! With some easy tips, you will find yourself brushing with reduced pressure to the great benefit of your oral health.
What’s that coming up? It’s your wedding? Well, then we offer you our warmest congratulations, of course, as well as a quiz! Didn’t expect a test just before your nuptials? Not to worry, this quick exam will help you figure out what you need to do for your smile to ensure you’re entering into this next chapter of life with your true love with optimal smile health and a grin that looks just lovely!
If you know anything about bruxism disorder, you know that it’s one of those problems that can affect you for a long time before you have any idea it’s present. Fortunately, your trips to our practice for checkups will usually offer you early detection. However, that doesn’t mean you’ll have figured it out on your own. Or, if you haven’t been to see us for a while, this disorder may be eluding you, while you assume all is well. For now, let’s cover some commonly overlooked signs, so you notice them should they pop up.