Some people have a stronger gag reflex than others, which can present some serious problems within dental care! Trust us, you are not the first patient (nor will you be the last) to struggle with this concern. The good thing is that we can help you handle it. The bad thing is, you may find that you’re tempted to keep it a secret because you find it embarrassing. Allow us to guide you with some very easy and helpful suggestions that may show you there’s certainly hope to be had!
It’s one thing to feel stressed about your oral health. It’s quite another to be able to pinpoint the problem and examine exactly what’s making you feel this way. Fortunately, if you are able to self-reflect to this degree, you will be able to sort out the problem and address each area of concern, so you may begin feeling positive about your smile! If you’re not quite sure how to do this, we can very easily get you started with some common areas that lead to significant smile stress.
There are some things you might need reminding about when it comes to your fingers and dental care. It can make the difference between keeping your mouth and your whole self super healthy (and actually enjoying dental hygiene) … or not. Don’t worry: They’re super simple!
There are a lot of suggestions we can come up with and that we will probably mention to you regarding summer smile health. While we’d love for you to adhere to every last one of them, we also know the power of making one major suggestion: Since it’s just one and it’s important, chances are good you’ll have an easy time remembering it and even following through. So, for this summer and all that follow, remember: Drink lots of water!
Are you familiar with the Boardwalk Art Show that’s been going on since 1952? What began as an art show led to the development of the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), which now holds the very same show every year. Pretty amazing. The show, of course, is amazing, as well, so don’t miss it!
If you’re in charge of your family’s dental care, then the main question you may find yourself asking yourself or our team is: What do we need to remember? Of course, it seems like there’s an awful lot to remember, which is why the idea of taking care of your own smile and the tissues of those you love can feel like a much bigger project than you can possibly take on successfully. You’ll be pleased when you discover that sticking to some primary categories involved with optimal smile care is so easy to do.
You may already be very familiar with the pressure you put on yourself to take care of your smile. As long as you’re not stressing yourself out, then this can prove quite healthy! Remaining motivated to keep your cleanings and checkups scheduled (and anything else you need) is so good for your teeth and gums! However, the type of pressure that you should not be dealing with is physical pressure, which when exerted on your teeth can yield some not so wonderful results. Consider a couple things that you should probably avoid, so you’re not setting your smile health up for problems.
Do you think or already know that you have a cavity? Make your life oh so easy and instead of trying to ignore it or come up with home remedies, take our tips very seriously!
Family dental care can seem difficult to sort out when kids are in school and the calendar couldn’t be more jam packed full of things to do. Add your personal schedule to that list and a dental cleaning that you know is important suddenly becomes an impossible thing to schedule! This, of course, is what makes summer vacation so lovely. You suddenly have a lot of time freed up to set up the stuff you need to accomplish. Let’s remind you what that might include.
Think that your dad would probably love to head out for brunch on Father’s Day but you wish you could find him one that serves up his favorite foods? If crepes and omelets aren’t exactly his speed, the upcoming Father’s Day “Man Brunch” may be just the event!