When you find out that you’re pregnant, you might be prepared for a lot of things. However, figuring out what to do with your dental care might not be one of them! If you’re unsure about how to proceed, we would like to share some relieving information: You’re pretty much going to be doing what you usually do for your oral health. Of course, we have some suggestions for additional protection and to make your life easier!
Do you assume a cleaning and checkup isn’t going to work with your budget, so you continue to avoid the dental services that you need? If so, we encourage you to take a moment to consider a special offer for dental care that you can currently rely on to get your oral health back on track! Remember, if you are interested in protecting your smile, you have options! We accept dental insurance and offer financing options to ensure you can come in when you need to. As for our current special, let’s cover the highlights.
For the most part, patients have a clear idea about what they should and should not do for their smiles. You should brush and floss, you should come in for visits, you should ask us dental hygiene questions. You shouldn’t eat a lot of sugar, you shouldn’t go to bed without brushing your teeth, and you shouldn’t skip flossing. Unfortunately, there are a few areas of home care that can lead to a little bit of confusion (and some serious side effects). Rather than worrying that you might fall into one of these traps, rest assured: We are happy to explain, so you’re doing the most you can for your oral health.
Has the thought crossed your mind that trying an electric toothbrush might be a good choice for you but you’re worried you might be falling victim to advertising or a desire for fancy objects? Fortunately, you’re actually onto something! Relying on a brush other than a manual toothbrush is often a good choice for smile. To ensure you’re making wise choices for your oral health, we are happy to help you navigate this new and exciting option.
Did you know that there’s more to recognize this month than the promise of candy on Halloween night? Indeed, October is known for many things, including National Dental Hygiene Month. As a result, we think this is a perfect opportunity to get back to basics and to ensure you feel good about the way you’re caring for your smile with dental hygiene when you’re away from our dental practice. Don’t worry, you’ll find that reviewing your habits is extremely helpful!
Have you never ever heard of sleep apnea? If so, then you have no idea that your lack of energy throughout the day may mean you require sleep apnea treatment. Let’s back up here: The sleep disorder we are discussing is a problem that causes your throat muscles to over relax, followed by the collapse of your throat tissues. The throat obstruction stops you from breathing until your brain notices the problem and nudges you awake, leaving you “choking” (in an effort to begin breathing). Unfortunately, if this is happening to you, the chance of remembering the episode is slim. The good news? We can help you diagnose it and treat it. Learn more!
Do you have some strong feelings about decay? Do you experience these feelings because you know that tooth decay is something you can easily avoid if only you make the most of your opportunity for practicing preventive care? Good news: You’re onto something! As long as you’re updated on the basics, keeping cavities from forming is quite straightforward. Let us help you with some simple guidelines.
When you’re scared of dental care, it can put a serious damper on your ability to keep your smile as clean and healthy as you would like. Unfortunately, you may find yourself avoiding doing something about your oral health for an even longer period of time if you’re feeling at all guilty about your absence from checkups and cleanings. The good news is that we are here to tell you that you can toss all of that emotional stuff that makes you feel bad out the window. Instead, we suggest you look forward toward a new start. Take our suggestions to heart.
Have you been spending time wondering about the smiles and oral health of your overnight guests? Perhaps you rarely even have overnight visitors but you are curious about whether or not you should have dental hygiene products ready just in case. The quick answer is: It’s always a good idea! As for the details, gather some specifics with our Q&A session.
Maybe you are sitting at home, staring at your smile in the mirror, wondering if you make a good candidate for Invisalign treatment. Perhaps you’re curious if your misalignment concerns are either too severe or way too mild for this clear aligner tray system (which makes you feel nervous about contacting our practice). What if you come in to speak with us about it but it turns out you don’t really qualify, you may think to yourself? Keep something very important in mind: You’re not supposed to have advanced dental knowledge … but we’ve got it! For answers, come on in. Regardless of your needs, we will steer you in the correct direction.