Every Dentist Needs Your Help Keeping Your Teeth Healthy

How A Family Dentist Helps Stubborn Twins Who Keep Fighting Oral Care

Parents who are blessed with twins have double the fun and double the challenge getting their children to do what they want. For example, some twins may develop a dual fear of the dentist and do what they can to avoid dental care. In this scenario, a family dental care expert may be needed to break this fear and ensure that children get the oral care that they need. Twins Can Be a Challenging Oral Health Situation for Parents Read More 

Signs You Have a Tooth Infection or Rotten Tooth

While a bad tooth or tooth infection may seem like obvious afflictions that dentists treat every day, there are actually lots of people who have no idea they have any type of mouth infection at all. Some tooth abscesses are so discreet they only show up in X-rays and only then are they treated. There are signs other than pain and discomfort in the mouth that can indicate whether you have a tooth infection or rotting tooth. Read More 

3 Dental Implant Mistakes To Avoid

If you are thinking about getting dental implants, you may be understandably excited to get your smile back into the shape you want it to be in. While dental implants are a great service and treatment for missing teeth in your mouth, there are some mistakes that you can make in the dental implant process. You will want to be aware of these potential mistakes so that you can avoid them when you get your dental implants. Read More 

About Me

Every Dentist Needs Your Help Keeping Your Teeth Healthy

When I was a child and teenager, I always left the dentist's office with the great feeling of having no cavities. When I went away to college out-of-state, I had to switch to a new dentist in my area. It seemed like I was suddenly getting cavities and started wonder what my new dentist "was doing wrong". When I spoke to my mother about it, she reminded me that the reason I never had cavities when I was living it home was because she always made sure my siblings and I brushed and flossed daily and didn't eat too much sugar. I then realized that my late-night study sessions drinking sugary soda and my suddenly bad brushing habits were the true causes of my cavities. I have since learned a lot more about dental health I am eager to share with anyone who needs the advice!


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