Is there something about a Saturday afternoon that just seems to call for a nice glass of wine? If so, you may want to head out to this weekly Free Wine Tasting event, where you can sip some wine, enjoy the weather, and find satisfaction in time well spent!
The holidays bring a lot of things with them. They tend to come with cooler weather, friends and relatives you haven’t seen in a while, parties, good food, gifts, and even stress! It’s that final detail that can most certainly end up wreaking havoc on your oral health and your dental care. So, how to manage this detail throughout the holidays? We have some helpful ideas!
Why do you think you avoid your dental hygiene? Is it because it’s annoying, you don’t really see the point, or because you find that it’s just inconvenient? Perhaps you don’t actually think it’s that big of a deal, you know it’s necessary, and you recognize it doesn’t take very much time out of your daily life. So, what gives, you wonder? We happen to have some ideas about the behind-the-scenes emotional factor regarding why you really don’t spend the time you should brushing and flossing. If you can relate, consider our thoughts and let us know if you need some guidance!
Are you about to reach for a glass of a very delicious beverage during your holiday meal because you assume that in addition to being enjoyable to your taste buds, it’s safe for your smile health, too? Hmm … you may need to re-think your decisions. Unless you’re sipping on milk or water, your selection might not be the super-safe choice you initially assumed. Let’s run through some commonly confusing culprits, so you know you’re making wise decisions for your dental health.
Maybe you’ve decided that you’re pulling the plug on eating sugar altogether. Or, maybe you just don’t want to eat quite as much of it as you’ve been eating but you’re finding that it’s much more difficult than you thought it would be. Since it’s definitely beneficial to your oral health to steer clear of sugar when you can, you can bet we have some simple to follow suggestions for making this journey an easier one.
As the year ends and you begin considering your resolutions, though that still seems a bit far off, you will start hearing the term “benefits” from us quite frequently. This will apply to many things as associated with your oral health. Fortunately, if you decide to take some of our ideas to heart and act on them, your smile will be sitting pretty as 2018 makes its entrance (and you’ll probably feel nice and relaxed as a result). Ready for some helpful tips? They’re most certainly worth your time and effort.
Feeling ready for some holiday fun? Have your little ones been talking an awful lot about Santa lately? If so, kick off December with a smile on your face and a cozy feeling in your heart by taking in the upcoming Searching for Santa: A Holiday Musical Show in the Plaza!
Have you considered adding mouthwash to your oral care regimen? There are compelling reasons for some people to use mouth wash. First among them: has your dentist recommended it? At every dental cleaning appointment, your dentist and staff will check for signs of tooth decay or other oral health issues. There are prescription mouthwashes (and mouth rinses) as well as over-the-counter products. Please discuss your mouthwash questions with your dental professionals, and keep these factors in mind when deciding if mouthwash is for you.
Do you feel like you’re in need of some Invisalign treatment tips that aren’t necessarily very obvious? Do you feel like you’ve got the essential guidelines all lined up in your brain but you still need a little extra help with some other stuff? No problem! Consider some hints and let us know if you have anything else on your mind.
It’s time to give us a call for your dental visit if you need one! When we say this, do you blink a few times and notice you’re not entirely sure how to know when you do or do not require an appointment? If so, it’s most certainly to your advantage to feel confident and informed regarding your smile care! Let us present some easy-to-remember, intuitive guidelines to protect your grin.