It’s not something you want to talk about or even think about but it’s affecting you on a daily basis: It’s morning sickness! While addressing the problem brings on its own set of challenging, you then have to add insult to injury as you realize you have to figure out how to protect your oral health! No worries. It can feel a bit overwhelming but we can most certainly help you navigate how to keep your teeth and gums safe during this time in your life!
Is there something about the sparkle of the holiday season that seems to underscore the dull appearance of your smile? Have you been spending holiday season after holiday season wondering when you will make the decision to let your smile shine once more? If this weighs heavily on your mind, we encourage you to simply schedule a cosmetic care consultation with us. We will talk with you about teeth whitening and other options to rejuvenate your grin to a truly lovely finish.
Patients typically think that the only reason we offer preventive care is to help you avoid developing cavities. This is, certainly, one aspect of prevention. The goal is to keep plaque from accumulating and damaging both tooth tissue (tooth decay) and irritated gum tissue (gum disease). However, beyond these oral diseases lie problems that we can also address with prevention. Allow us to explain, so you realize the comprehensive nature of preventive dentistry.
Does your tooth hurt? Did you recently find out that you need root canal treatment to protect your smile? If so, you may have a lot of things going through your mind. Some thoughts may be good (you might be extremely relieved that we can save your tooth) and some thoughts may be not so good (you may have heard some unsavory remarks about root canals from acquaintances). Fortunately, this restorative treatment is a lifesaver for your tooth and is not the monster many make it out to be. To learn the truth about root canals, look over the following details, so you can feel wonderful about your upcoming visit:
Do you know why you’re scheduling a dental cleaning with us two times a year? Are you curious about whether you always need to adhere to this schedule or if you could get away with skipping a cleaning or two as long as you’re extra diligent with dental hygiene? The answer is that you most definitely need to see us twice annually. As for the particulars, look over an informative collection of questions and answers.