You might think to yourself that you’re doing a pretty great job with your dental hygiene. You may even give yourself a pat on the back every now and then because you have made such strides in keeping your brushing and flossing right on track. While these efforts of yours are certainly necessary and definitely worthwhile, you might be overlooking one thing: They’re not enough. Not sure why? Consider some reasons you will need to go above and beyond your care at home to keep your smile in its best condition.
When you think about your dental care, you probably focus primarily on your smile and the structures that make up that smile. You might think about brushing your teeth, about the visits you need to schedule, and so on. What you might not give much attention to, however, is how your heart health is related to oral health issues. To see whether this has crossed your mind (or if it’s brand new information), we offer you: A quiz!
Did you know that there are some particular problems that may make it more difficult for you to practice efficient dental hygiene? It’s true. Beyond the fact that you need to find the motivation from within to remain committed to this very important habit, there are some obstacles. Fortunately, we can tell you all about them and even help you carefully navigate away from problems, so your smile stays easy to clean.
Can you say with ease that there are few things you love more than your pup? Perhaps you have an empty place in your heart at the moment because you’ve been searching for your furever puppy. For an enjoyable outing, whether you’re hoping to spoil your doggie or you’d like to adopt one, this upcoming event is right on target!
Don’t worry, we’re not asking whether your bathroom is spotless at this very moment! What we are interested in is helping you discover whether you’ve got your personal dental hygiene station set up in a way that is organized and accessible, so you can easily care for your smile. Or, if you are dealing with a bit of a mess that you don’t even realize is making it difficult to feel confident regarding brushing and flossing. Let’s help you out by asking some important questions.
Do you sometimes wonder if your need or want is something that warrants scheduling a dental visit with us? Maybe you want to come in but you are afraid we will tell you it was a wasted trip. To begin, even if it turns out your visit ends with us saying, “Congratulations, everything is just fine!” it is still worth coming in. Even if you’re just beginning to think about cosmetic care but it’s new territory for you, we are happy to talk with you about it. Learn more about how this works with a quiz!
Do you have an appointment scheduled with us for a dental checkup, which makes you feel like you’re doing the right thing for your smile? While you know that this is what you are “supposed to do” for your oral health, is there still some part of you that is wondering why dental exams are so important and how exactly they benefit you in reality? Get some of your questions answered with our Q&A on the topic.
Finding out that you need a tooth extraction isn’t always the most exciting moment. However, it’s one that you can feel quite optimistic about when you recognize its benefits. A tooth that is extremely diseased, broken, or suffering from other concerns is one that can lead to serious oral health complications. Fortunately, we can remove the tooth, replace it if necessary, and restore your smile back to exceptional health. Sounds good, right? Find out more from our Q&A session.
When you hear the words “food” and “event” are you immediately ready to attend? If so, you won’t want to miss this upcoming local event, which is offering foodies a delightful way to indulge in the celebration of Mediterranean Weekend.
When you are dealing with a smile that is not well aligned, you may find yourself coming in for a visit to find out what you should do. Is it important to make improvements to this oral health concern? Is it really a concern at all? As you explore this topic with us, you will hear us discuss your malocclusion and the potential downfalls to ignoring it, the ways we can help treat it, and more. To introduce you to this topic, we encourage you to begin with a definition and to learn more about how to move forward.