Between appointments in our office, it is important to be mindful of the state of your teeth. You should be regularly inspecting your teeth and gums for changes or signs that there might be a problem with your oral health. This can be done visually by looking in your mouth for any indication of a problem. You may also be able to feel changes to your teeth by running your tongue along each one. If you notice or feel any changes, it is important to contact our office immediately. One complication that needs immediate attention is a cracked tooth. Read on to learn more.
Along with Valentine’s Day, there is something else we want to recognize and celebrate at Today’s Dental Comfort — Children’s Dental Health Month. The American Dental Association, uses February as a time to promote good oral health among children. Whether you have a child in your life or not, it’s an excellent time to evaluate the state of your oral health. This month, we want to share tips that can help you teach your young loved ones proper oral health.
We love to help our patients of all ages improve their smiles and restore their teeth. It’s important to remember that patients can experience damage to their teeth at any age, especially if they are involved in sports or physical activity. We recently had the pleasure of improving the smile of a patient who had some damage to his front teeth from playing in his junior hockey league. We used a combination of veneers and crowns for the restoration. Read on to learn more and see the miraculous before and after photos.
The start of a new year is the perfect time to evaluate the state of your oral health. If you have been delaying dental care due to cost or lack of insurance, we can help you. At Today’s Dental Comfort, we have a membership plan that can help you not only get preventative dental care but also includes a discount on a number of treatments that can restore your oral health. We know that the cost of dental care can be intimidating, but we are here to help!
Do you have an imperfection in one or more teeth that leaves you feeling self-conscious every time you smile? With advancements in dental treatments and technology, we have the ability to change anything you don’t like about your smile. With the start of the new year, why not do something special for yourself? While we offer a number of treatments that can bring about the change you desire, we have one simple treatment in particular that may be perfect for your needs. Read on to learn more.
Our goal is to help our patients achieve and maintain optimal oral health throughout their lifetime. Unfortunately, there are always some myths circulating that are not true and can be harmful to your oral health if you believe them. We want to share three common myths:
We cannot believe that it is already December, and we are in the middle of the holiday season. Before we know it, we will be watching the ball drop to ring in 2024! Have you completed all your shopping for your loved ones? If you are struggling to find the perfect gift for your friends and family, we have a dental treatment that everyone will love — teeth whitening! Read on to learn more about this popular treatment and what makes it such a great gift.
Do you wake up in the morning and your mouth feels like it is sticky and dry? If so, you are experiencing dry mouth. This is a common condition that results in a lack of saliva in the mouth. It can become a problem because saliva is needed to help rinse away lingering food and bacteria. When bacteria linger on and between the teeth as well as along the gumline, it will lead to problems, such as gum disease and tooth decay.
Do you need a dental crown but haven’t yet scheduled your appointment? Receiving any dental treatment shortly after it is recommended is ideal. Delaying dental treatment can lead to serious complications with your oral health now and in the future. If you have been postponing your crown treatment because you are nervous or unsure of what the procedure entails, we want to share more about what to expect to help you feel more comfortable. Dental crowns are one of the most common treatments we provide to patients, so even if you don’t need a treatment at this time, there is a good chance you or a loved one may need one at some point in the future. Read on to learn more about dental crowns.
We cannot believe that Halloween is right around the corner! It feels like we were just watching fireworks during the summer! We know that all around us are spooky decorations and scary movies! We wouldn’t want your oral health to give you a fright too. This time of year is well known for an abundance of sweets and sugary drinks. Unfortunately, they can quickly wreak havoc on your teeth and lead to a number of problems.