There’s nothing pleasant about accidentally drooling at the dinner table, feeling like your mouth is a bit swampy, or wondering why you sometimes seem to have an overabundance of saliva, while other times everything seems perfectly normal. While it can feel a little unnerving as you try to decode what’s happening your body, there’s generally a reason for shifts in salivation (and we can help). Find yourself feeling a little more at ease with this topic by taking our quiz.
If you considered Invisalign treatment in the past but you put the plan on the back burner, we encourage you to go ahead and review the benefits. Once you’ve planted the seed, the thought of following through with orthodontic treatment and feeling confident about your plans is something that will continue to crop up in your mind. If you’re hoping to find the motivation to contact us and schedule a visit to get your treatment going, begin by reminding yourself of the wonderful advantages Invisalign has to offer.
You know that you should be flossing your smile to promote a healthy grin! You also know that you should be flossing once a day, ensuring you complete as thorough job as possible. What you might not be sure about, however, is what you should avoid while flossing. Fortunately, there’s not much you need to avoid. However, those potential pitfalls to steer clear of are very important to keep in mind because they can mean the difference between effective dental hygiene and hygiene that leads toward concerns instead of good health. Don’t worry: The details are simple.
When you think of a dental visit, we understand if “quiet” “comfortable” and even “enjoyable” aren’t the first words to come to mind. We are out to change that perception. We put a lot of thought into designing a dental experience that will help you look forward to checkups and cleanings, in our soothing environment. Along with making sure your preventive care is pleasant, we give the same thought and care to your cosmetic dental needs. Any time you visit us, we want you to be comfortable. (more…)
Feel like you’ve been given so much over the past few days that you’d like to make sure you’re giving back? A good place to start is with the Gulf Coast Regional Blood Drive. Mark your calendar and head out to help those whose lives you may save in the future!
Are you doing your best to finish trimming the tree, to get the presents organized just right, to find that eggnog recipe you’d meant to have ready, and more? If so, you might not be spending much time worrying about your dental health. You are, however, very into the holiday spirit (which is a wonderful thing). Fortunately, we are here to help you celebrate and keep your teeth and gums safe. So without further ado, we wish you a safe, warm, cozy holiday weekend and hope you’ll take just a minute away from whatever you’re baking at the moment to check out our holiday suggestions.
First things first, a deep cleaning is different from a traditional cleaning. When you need the “deep” version of this preventive treatment, the procedure includes a process that removes plaque and tartar from deep beneath your gumline. It also includes a process through which we smooth your tooth tissue to help prevent future accumulation of plaque and tartar. Do you know what this type of service is but do you know if you need one? Let’s review the basics.