Without dental care, your child could become more likely to develop cavities and experience serious dental discomfort. Fortunately, your Dallas, TX, dentist can help with children’s dentistry! In today’s blog, we’re looking at the preventive care we offer, and the treatments designed specifically to stop tooth decay! We’re also going to talk about better homecare habits as well.
We understand that gum disease may be widespread, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a very serious oral health issue. To prevent the loss of your teeth, we want to reverse gingivitis or manage periodontal disease to keep your smile strong and whole. In today’s blog, your Kahoka, MO, dentist looks at how a deep cleaning, also known as a scaling and root planing, can help!
The American Dental Association recommends that people attend a routine checkup and cleaning every six months, or every three to four if you have gum disease. But what makes these general visits so valuable for our smiles? In today’s blog, your Kahoka, MO, dentist explains the importance of having your smile examined and cleaned, and how you can continue this care at home!
We often focus on your teeth when we talk about homecare habits and improved oral hygiene, but today we want to change things up. Your Kahoka, MO, dentist is going to look at how gingivitis and periodontal disease develops, and what you can do to safeguard your smile from home. We’re also going to look at the preventive treatments we can offer as soon as our doors open again!
Now that we’re limiting our treatments to emergency care only, visiting us for cosmetic treatments like teeth whitening isn’t possible at the moment. However, that doesn’t mean there are not steps you can take at home to limit the severity of teeth stains. In today’s blog, your Kahoka, MO, dentist is talking about what you can do keep teeth strong and bright!
Currently, many of us are feeling very stressed! Being furloughed, heading into jobs as essential employees, or even struggling to homeschool your kids could all cause anxiety! In today’s blog, your Kahoka, MO, dentist is looking at how stress could lead to teeth grinding, and what you can do to protect your smile from damage!
When talking about caring for your teeth and gums from home, we often focus on better brushing and flossing techniques, which lowers the risk of tooth decay and gum disease. However, what you choose for your meals and snacks also impacts your oral health! In today’s blog, you Kahoka, MO, dentist discuss how to choose snacks and beverages that are good for your smile.
If you have pain in your tooth, then let us know. Serious discomfort is a dental emergency, as this could indicate the presence of a cavity or even an infected or abscessed tooth. In today’s blog, your Kahoka, MO, dentist is looking at how we identify and treat common dental emergencies, and when you should contact our team for treatment.
Staying home and avoiding crowds is an excellent way to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and protect the more vulnerable members of your community. We’re closing our doors, with the exception of emergency treatments, to help keep our patients and team members safe. But while you’re at home, your Kahoka, MO, dentist has a few tips for keeping your teeth and gums healthy.
When you lose a tooth as a little kid, it is a normal and sometimes exciting experience! Unfortunately, this is not the case when you lose a permanent tooth as an adult. Far from exciting, losing an adult tooth can be upsetting and worrisome. So, in today’s blog, your Kahoka, MO, dentist will share some information about what to do when you experience this kind of dental emergency, and how we can help you through it.