Have you identified the factors that make you feel unhappy with the appearance of your smile? Are you wishing you could find a quick guide that will match up your esthetic concerns with the appropriate treatment for you? If so, we invite you to peruse a cosmetic treatment guide, seeking out your smile issues and quickly narrowing down potential treatments that will work for your goals. Of course, we will still encourage you to contact us for a consultation, so we can refine your choices even more.
Have you been diagnosed by our team with bruxism? Are you well aware that we offer comfortable, noninvasive bruxism treatment but you continue to assume grinding or clenching your teeth is not really something to worry about? First, it is important to recognize that you may be performing this habit a lot – you just don’t know you’re doing it. Second, we encourage you to become familiar with the ways bruxism can negatively affect your future. As a result, treatment may work its way up to the top of your priority list.
Do you give a second thought to your dental flossing habits? Perhaps flossing is a task you perform occasionally when something is stuck between your teeth or when you’re feeling like it’s time to up your preventive care game. The good news is that as long as you are flossing once a day, you’re already doing a pretty good job. However, we also encourage you to consider a few ways to improve your flossing (and why flossing is important to your oral health), so you offer your smile optimal protection.
You may think to yourself as many patients do that you will simply brush and floss like a champion, so you won’t have to worry about periodontal disease developing. Unfortunately, even with the best of intentions and efforts, avoiding gum problems all on your own is going to prove a nearly impossible feat. Allow us to explain why keeping up with your twice-annual dental cleanings and checkups is so exceptionally significant in protecting your periodontal health.
Do you find that every time you bite into something cold or sip something hot your tooth experiences quite a “zing!” of sensitivity? Patients experiencing tooth sensitivity may find that their smiles become uncomfortable more often than not, which can have a serious impact on daily life. Fortunately, we have some simple advice to offer, so you can get back to eating and drinking without worrying about unwanted side effects. As always, remember to schedule a dental checkup with us immediately if your sensitivity is severe.
Are you certain that you have been purchasing the right type of toothbrush? Do you make sure you select a brush with soft bristles from the dental hygiene aisle because anything harder may lead to problems with your smile, such as scraped enamel? If so, you are excelling at paying attention to preventive care details. However, you might find that you have some areas of uncertainty regarding your brush choice and how to keep your brush in good shape. Consider some frequent questions and answers to help you continue down the right path.
Did you know that February is National Children’s Dental Health Month? As a result, we have decided to take a moment to provide our patients with a quick refresher regarding some helpful ways to protect your child’s oral health. Whether you feel like you have reached an expert level of maintaining your little one’s smile – or if you are more than happy to receive a helpful tip or two – reviewing the basics is always beneficial for everyone!