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When you start focusing more seriously on dental care, there are a lot of things to keep in mind. From brushing your teeth carefully to identifying different challenges that could come your way, there are all kinds of things to keep in mind when it comes to your dental health. Fortunately, by doing what you can to identify problems and overcome issues, you can pave the way for healthier teeth and gums. For starters, you can start to improve your gum health by flossing regularly. You can also brush more carefully with a toothbrush, with special attention to cleaning your gum line. Check out these simple posts for tips and tricks for avoiding tooth decay.

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Uninsured? 3 Ways To Make Dental Work More Affordable

11 May 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

When you don't have insurance or are underinsured, paying for dental work can be stressful. The good news, though, is that there are ways to make your dental work more affordable and less of a strain on your wallet. From there, you can get the dental care you need to keep your mouth healthy without the financial burden. Consider a Dental Discount Plan Many dental offices these days accept dental discount plans; these plans can cost a lot less than traditional insurance and allow you to enjoy substantial discounts on common dental procedures. Read More …

Considering Braces As An Adult: 3 Questions For Your Orthodontist

11 May 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

If you're tired of feeling self-conscious about your smile, then it may be time to consider braces. In fact, a study by the American Association of Orthodontists has found that instances of adults seeking orthodontic treatment have increased by about 40% since 1989. Still, if you're thinking about getting braces as an adult, it's a good idea to begin with an assessment from a trusted orthodontist. During this consultation appointment, your orthodontist will have the opportunity to take a closer look at your teeth — and you'll have the opportunity to ask some important questions. Read More …

How The Dentist May Calm Your Little One’s Fears

7 May 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Like adults, pediatric dental patients may experience anxiety when visiting a dentist or undergoing an oral procedure. The heightened stress levels are certainly uncomfortable for the child, but it can also make it difficult for the dentist to complete a needed treatment. Nevertheless, many dentists implement in-office strategies that help alleviate a child's anxiety and make dental appointments more comfortable for them. Here are a few measures that your child's dentist may take to quell the little one's dental fears. Read More …

Early Pediatric Dental Visits And What To Expect From Them

7 May 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Early dental care can help ensure that your child's teeth remain healthy and strong. Nevertheless, some parents may be apprehensive about taking their little one to see a dentist.  Many parents believe that a child should only be treated by a dentist if they are experiencing pain or discomfort from an oral condition. The parents conclude that since the primary teeth will eventually be shed, there is no need to perform preventive or restorative services on the teeth. Read More …

Life And Health Changes That Should Prompt A Visit To The Dentist

6 May 2020
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Obviously you know you should see the dentist when your teeth are sore, or when you have bleeding gums or some other oral ailment. However, there are other life and health changes that should prompt you to call the dentist — and they don't all have to do with your teeth and gums. Take a look: 1. Pregnancy There is a rumor in some circles that women should not see the dentist when pregnant, but this is simply not true. Read More …