How much knowledge would you say you have gathered about tooth decay? Would you say you are well aware that we can repair the problem with a dental filling but that regarding additional details, you don’t know much more? No worries. We are always here to help you become more familiar with what’s happening with your smile and how to keep it safe. When it comes to decay, it’s beneficial to get to know the ins and outs, so you can better avoid it (and avoid complications). Let’s expand your knowledge a bit with some fast facts.
Do you fancy yourself quite the wordsmith? Are you more of a fan of words, quickly enchanted by the rhythm and rhyme of poetry? If so, this upcoming event is an opportunity to soak up the creative vibes while you combine poetry with its common companion: coffee!
So, you have decided that you’re interested in making smile improvements with porcelain veneers. While you are fine with making the investment as far as your budget is concerned, is there still a part of you that is trying to decide whether that investment is a good idea? Or, are you worried that you’re excited at the idea of the immediate results but that maybe the long-term benefits aren’t really there? Good news: The quick answer is that yes, indeed, veneers are a smart investment. As for the reasons why, consider some additional advice.
When Halloween rolls around and you excitedly bite into a yummy piece of candy, what’s your reaction? Do your teeth feel just fine, causing a big smile to form on your face? Or, do you notice a dull ache or a sudden zing of pain that shoots through your tooth? While we always tell our patients that coming in for a visit every six months is essential, this “zing!” is your warning sign that it’s time to hightail it back into our practice. Sudden, sharp pain is a common symptom of a variety of oral health problems. The good news? We can solve them all!
When you decide a question is embarrassing to ask us during your dental checkup, it’s probably because you think the answer is obvious. Or, perhaps you’re doing something with your dental hygiene that you think might not be a very good idea. The most important thing to remember is that your oral health is the priority. If we can’t help you feel confident about what you’re doing, we can’t help you protect your smile. Do yourself a favor and consider some questions we frequently receive that you just might think are a little embarrassing (and remember to ask us anything you wish during your next visit).
So, your cosmetic care for your smile has been a long time coming and you are excited to have discovered the benefits of dental contouring. There are some issues with your teeth that we can easily rectify with a gentle smoothing of tissue, which means getting your teeth into a more appropriate physical shape is starting to seem like a reality. However, you have more than one goal for your smile and, as a result, you’re wondering what the rest of your care plan is going to look like. Let us explain some ways this might work, depending on your needs, so you better understand contouring.
Do you know much about your gum tissue? Is this a part of your smile that you are aware exists but it’s not something you think much about? The good news is that your gums are very easy to care for, so if they’ve gone under the radar, it could be because you’ve simply been providing yourself good care. However, it’s always beneficial to know more about your own anatomy, so let’s get started with some basics.
Are there few things that make you feel as happy as the magic that comes with a fireworks show? If so, you are in luck! This weekend will wrap up the Neptune Festival, which will include a grand finale full of fireworks. Step outside to make sure you see the display in all its glory!
Unless your friends are telling you exceptional things about the benefits of flossing, it’s probably a good idea that you steer clear of them as your advice-givers. Instead, we highly recommend you come in and ask us your questions when you’re in doubt or require some clarification. As it turns out, dental hygiene (both brushing and flossing) is absolutely an integral component of cleaning your smile at home. Curious why some of your friends are turning their noses up at flossing (and why you shouldn’t rely on them)? Let’s cover some new ground.
Do you think you’ve got yourself set up quite nicely in your bathroom for your home care of your smile? If you answered yes but you’re feeling like it’s an awful lot of trouble to keep everything organized and ready, it’s possible that it’s time to simplify. The wonderful news is that the products you use and your approach should be very basic because that’s all it takes to maintain a healthy smile. Ready to find out if you’re right on target or if you need to step back and reassess? Try our quiz!