When you’re just getting started as a new patient at our dental practice, you’ll be happy to learn that we make the experience as smooth and easy as possible. While there’s still a bit of paperwork to be filled out and questions for us to answer, getting everything sorted out will prove to be shockingly simple! So, consider a couple helpful suggestions to ensure showing up for your first visit feeling ready and relaxed is a breeze. (Of course, if you have additional questions, feel free to call!).
Are you someone who takes your workouts seriously? Do you happen to be an avid runner and a person who prefers mindful exercise to ensure you’re doing all that you can for your body? If so, you will love the stuff you’re going to learn about protecting yourself during your routine at the Fueling Your Workouts event!
What do you think you’re looking at in the mirror when you proclaim, “I need a smile makeover!” to yourself? Do you need some serious help with esthetic issues? Or, are you overlooking that the way your smile looks is reliant upon the fact that your smile needs some healing and rebuilding? When you’re unsure, the best decision is to come see us for a cosmetic care consultation. As for differentiating between esthetic and oral health needs and options, learn a little bit more.
Are you someone who wears full or partial dentures? If you answered, “Yes” and you’re having trouble with your stability these days, there are many avenues of improvement to consider. In some instances, your denture may simply not be the right fit at the moment. In other cases, you may just need a little help keeping it in place. Learn more, so you can say goodbye to slippage!
It’s very important that you know something before we get started: Gum disease produces symptoms that are very obvious … sometimes. In other instances, gingivitis (the first stage of this disease of your gum tissue) may be brewing without your knowledge. As a result, keep in mind that your six-month preventive visits are extremely important! Now, about those common symptoms. If you notice these or any type of change, it is always best to give us a call and come in.
Are you someone who loves the thought of all that is cozy when it comes to winter but the flaky, stinging lips that arrive at the same time put a major damper on your anticipation? If so, you happen to have come to the right place. Of course, we focus primarily on your teeth and gums but your lips are an important part of your oral health, too! When you find that you can’t seem to get any relief, we are here to help. With some simple tips, you will discover comfort is just around the corner.
Don’t you think there something extremely romantic about mixing some old-fashioned dancing with an enjoyable night out on Valentine’s Day? If you’d agree, you will not want to miss the chance to enjoy the 1940s Valentine’s Hangar Dance happening right around the corner! Dust off those dancing shoes and get ready!
There’s something very unsettling about the realization that your teeth can become damaged. A perfectly healthy, lovely tooth can suddenly incur a ton of damage if you aren’t careful. Fortunately, while this sounds quite extreme, it’s actually quite easy to avoid cracked, broken, or dislodged teeth when you know the ins and out of keeping your smile nice and safe. Ready for some tips? They will help a lot.
When you start getting too caught up in all the tiny details that can come up as you research oral health care, it’s better to get back to basics. As a result, instead of feeling completely overwhelmed, you can simply relax and realize that keeping your smile looking good, feeling good, and ensuring it lasts is not as tall an order as it seems. Let’s review the ABC’s of dental care, so you know that it doesn’t take that much to protect your smile.
Are you suffering from sleep apnea? If you are, you know that our number one suggestion to protect yourself right now and in the long run is to come in as soon as possible to begin receiving sleep apnea treatment. It’s simple, noninvasive, and only requires you to wear a special mouthguard at night. In addition, there are some very simple risk factors that you can avoid to promote sound sleep, instead of the interrupted sleep that comes from collapsing airways! Learn more to protect your nighttime experience and your health.