Do you know why we offer restorative dentistry? If you answered something along the lines of, “Because you want us to have healthy smiles,” then you are certainly on the right track. However, when we’re talking about what makes restorative care different from preventive or cosmetic, this is when we get into the details regarding how a restoration specifically affects your smile. We are ready with some insightful details that will shed light on how restorative work can truly impact your oral health when you need it most.
It’s finally October, which means we are kicking off the holiday season for 2016! We’re about to enter months full of good food, opportunities to make some happy memories, and what’s sure to include a lot of parties. To keep you on your toes and to help you safeguard your oral health and general health throughout this time, consider a few important details related to the current month.
Are you fairly certain that your dental filling fell out but you aren’t 100 percent sure? Perhaps you think it feels like this is what has happened but any attempts at actually achieving an up-close look at your tooth have failed. Here’s what needs to occur: First, we encourage you to consider our Q&A session to answer some of your immediate questions. Second, we urge you to contact us to set up a visit. Whether it’s a filling or otherwise, something is “off” and needs care right away. See you soon!
Do you find yourself relying wholly on dental hygiene instead of remembering also to make use of the dental services we offer? If so, it’s important to keep in mind that preventive care isn’t just about the time you spend in front of your bathroom sink with your hygiene products. It’s about the comprehensive approach to smile care that includes not only your personal cleaning time but also the time you spend with us at our practice. Curious about what this means and how you’re doing? Take our quiz!
Did you know that you can damage your tongue? If you are like most people who have accidentally bitten down into food and a bit of tongue tissue, then you already know that the answer is, “Yes.” As for how to go about avoiding oral health issues like a damaged tongue, we encourage you to think logically and to remember the significance of prevention. Want some helpful details? We’re ready to share them!
While dealing with teeth that feel sensitive can certainly be frustrating, more annoying still is trying to figure out why your teeth feel this way. As you can imagine, when you are experiencing discomfort, our first suggestion is that you come to see us for an evaluation. Simply schedule an appointment, so we can tell you just what’s going on. For the time being, however, we offer up several reasons you might be dealing with tooth sensitivity.
Once you have made the choice to improve your smile, it’s all about coming in for a visit and working with us to select a treatment that will address the problem affecting your appearance. For those with staining, scheduling a visit to discuss teeth whitening is a good idea. We can help you discover whether whitening or another treatment is the best decision you can make to transform your dingy teeth into brilliantly white ones! Become a little more informed regarding candidacy with a quiz.
Are you worried about your dental care because you would like to choose a practice that offers everything? Perhaps you want the care you require on a regular basis in addition to specialized areas for more specific needs. Good news! We provide a wide array of services that extend beyond general care. Ready to find out more regarding the diverse selection of treatments you may receive (all under just one roof)? Let’s explore for a moment!
When you are doing your best to protect the health of your smile, you may find yourself wishing to learn more about symptoms of common dental ailments, such as the symptoms of a cavity. The positive aspect of your curiosity is that you’re remaining dedicated to keeping your smile in wonderful shape. The not so fantastic aspect of seeking out symptoms is that they will not always provide you with the foolproof method of safeguarding your teeth that you want. Allow us to explain more.
Are you feeling more and more curious lately about the best way to care for your smile? Perhaps you are starting to wonder if it’s really that important that you select professional dental care for anything outside of your brushing and flossing. What if you want a whiter smile or something seems “off” with your oral health? Is it really essential that you schedule care with us or can you just do your best to attempt a DIY (do-it-yourself) approach for the improvements you want or need? Let’s explore this topic with a quick quiz.