There is more than one type of dental procedure that may be casually referred to as a cleaning. For example, there is a regular cleaning & then there is what is referred to a deep cleaning. It’s important to understand that there is a big difference between these procedures & implications that each of these procedures have when it comes to your oral health.
Our team has been caring for our community for a while now & we’ve noticed many patients come to us with the same questions over & over again. Always feel free to ask us questions when you have them! In the meantime, check out the FAQ & answers below to learn more about your oral health.
If you don’t see “pearly whites” when you smile, you may be considering a teeth whitening. Despite nickname for teeth, the truth is very few of us go about our daily lives with a “pearly white” smile.
From sheet masks to adult coloring books to meditation apps, self-care is all the rage these days. We don’t see any reason why your dental health and oral hygiene can’t be part of this new, trendy way of making yourself feel and function better.
We all have those days. It’s easy to lose track of your personal health needs when you want to pull your hair out.
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Ideally, if you have a toothache, you’d be sitting in our dental chair right away. But the reality is that toothaches don’t always strike at a convenient time, and you will need some relief before you can get into our practice.
If you have braces, you’re probably very excited about seeing your brand new smile. However, that smile might not be as bright as you thought if you don’t take proper care of your teeth during your orthodontic treatment.
Teeth whitening is one of the most popular cosmetic treatments that patients ask us about. Luckily, it is also one of the easiest
You can have a great dental hygiene routine and never miss a dental checkup and still be putting your teeth at risk for wear. Worn teeth are weaker and less able to resist the problems that cause toothaches
As dentists, we’re nuts about prevention, and one of the biggest ways you can prevent the need for emergency dental care is to wear a mouthguard.