It’s never fun to talk about financial costs, especially when it comes to something as necessary as health care. Check out our blog post to see how we make dental care as simple and stress-free as possible for our patients by offering affordable dentistry options!
As we get going into this new year, you’re probably thinking about all the different changes you hope to make. If one of those changes happens to include finding a new family dentist in Avon, then read our blog post to learn about all the dental services we offer our patients.
Struggling to think of a gift for one of your loved ones? You can’t go wrong with the gift of a gorgeous, healthy smile. Read our blog post for some top holiday giving tips.
The end of the year is approaching, and you may be looking at the list of things you’ve yet to do. Consider a cosmetic dental service to makeover your smile so you can cross things off your list in style! Read our blog post for a look at your options.
Pregnancy is a time full of physical transformations, for you and your baby. Needless to say, being pregnant also has an impact on your oral health. Check out our blog post to see how pregnancy affects your teeth and gums.
Taking your child to the dentist twice a year for regular cleanings and examinations is one of the best things you can do for their health. But sometimes, children can think the dentist is scary with all of the unfamiliar sights, sounds, and people. Read our blog post to see how we tailor our services to pediatric patients and ways we help alleviate dental anxiety for them.
Have you noticed that your teeth seem to feel extra sensitive when it comes to hot and cold foods and drinks and when you brush your teeth? You may be suffering from tooth sensitivity. Read our blog post to learn more about the most common causes of tooth sensitivity and how to minimize it!
Do you wake up with a tender jaw or persistent headache? Or maybe you’ve noticed wear to the surface of your teeth? You may be grinding your teeth at night, while you sleep. Read our blog post to learn more about teeth grinding, known as bruxism.
Tooth decay is very common. About 92 percent of people between 20-64 years of age have had cavities. Whenever you come in for a visit, we’ll always check your teeth for signs of decay. Read our blog post to learn how we detect tooth decay.
Are you dissatisfied with certain aesthetic aspects of your smile? You shouldn’t have to settle for a life with a smile that you don’t absolutely love. Porcelain veneers are the perfect way to achieve your ideal smile! Read our blog post for all the details.