Our kids are always picking up new habits from us—whether we want them to or not. These habits can include everything from what we say to how we eat, which means that our children are also looking at how we take care of our dental health. Read our blog post for some ways you can set a positive example for your child and help instill great oral health habits they can take with them into adulthood.
So you just finished up at the dentist and received your brand new veneers, dental implants or dental crowns. Now it’s just a matter of caring for your dental work so that it continues to look great and function well. Check out our blog post for some dental care tips to keep in mind.
By now you’re probably plenty familiar with how to keep your teeth healthy: brush them twice a day, floss at least once a day, etc. But what exactly can you do to make them trong? Read our blog for natural methods to strengthen teeth.
If you’re looking to get a dental crown or your dentist has suggested that a dental crown could benefit you, then you may start to hear talk of something called a CEREC crown or a same-day crown. Read our blog post to learn about the advantages of CEREC crowns.
Do you experience sensitivity when you drink a cup of hot coffee or when you bite into a popsicle? If so, you could be suffering from tooth sensitivity. Read our blog post where we explain what tooth sensitivity is, what causes it, tooth sensitivity remedies, and how you can prevent it.
If you suffer from chronic jaw pain, you’re not alone. About 15 percent of Americans experience jaw pain and suffer from associated symptoms such as neck and face pain and migraines. Read our blog post to learn about chronic jaw pain and it says about your mouth.
You’ve probably heard of dental crowns, but do you know what exactly they are? Check out our blog post where we explain the answer to that question, discuss why you might need one, and how durable dental crowns are.
Do you have anxiety about going to the dentist? Usually this anxiety is a result of a bad experience at the dentist’s office as a child. Those with really bad dental anxiety can end up avoiding the dentist completely, which is very dangerous for your oral health. Read our blog post where we explain how to deal with dental anxiety.
We work hard to offer quality dental care to patients throughout the Avon area. We know all too well that the cost of dental care can prevent some patients from accessing the treatment they need. Read our blog post to learn about our multiple payment and financing options. We are also insurance-friendly!
The majority of Americans will require at least one dental filling to treat a cavity. This common procedure protects your tooth from any further damage from bacteria and acid. Whether you’ve just gotten a filling or you’ll get one soon, read our blog post for information that will help you understand how fillings work.