Are you someone who loves taking care of the outside of your home? Perhaps you enjoy keeping a garden, maintaining an immaculate landscape, adding furnishings to your outdoor space, and more! Whatever your interest, you will find what you are looking for (and will have some fun, too) at the upcoming Cleveland Outdoor Expo.
If you always thought that harder brushing would yield better results, it’s time to throw that belief out the window! The truth is that, though it might seem hard brushing should be beneficial, it can cause all sorts of problems for you (such as gum recession, eroded dental tissue, etc.). So, what to do now that you’ve been brushing quite aggressively for years and we’re instructing you to brush very gently during your dental hygiene? Not to worry: Our recommendations will make it an easy transition.
As you have likely noticed over the course of your experience as a dental patient, a variety of smile disorders exist. Hopefully, you will never find yourself face to face with a single one of them! However, if you do, rest assured that we offer comprehensive dental care to restore your oral health. As for the types of issues that can occur, you may wonder where they come from and if you can brush and floss to prevent nearly any problem with dental hygiene. Great news: Our quiz will set the record straight.
As your smile ages, you might begin relying on some assumptions that aren’t necessarily accurate (and that, as a result, may yield some avoidable side effects). To make sure you don’t fall into this trap, we encourage you to take some facts to heart as they apply to everyone’s smiles, even those that have some additional “miles” on them! Keep in mind that excellent care can provide you with a smile that stays healthy for the duration of your life and your dental care experience will feel much easier.
Never met a pie you didn’t like? Or candy bar? Or ice cream flavor? If so, you might be someone with a serious sweet tooth! Since this may not bode well for your oral health, we think you might be interested in some helpful information regarding what you can do, what you shouldn’t do, and how to keep your smile safe as can be. Think you’ve already got it covered? Let’s find out with a sweet little quiz!
If you or someone you know in our community is in need of food assistance, there are resources that can help. The upcoming Houston Food Bank S.N.A.P. Truck is a convenient place to visit to learn more.
Do you know whether or not your smile requires special molar care? Are you certain about how to optimize your dental hygiene to ensure your entire smile is remaining as healthy as possible? To see where you stand on your current knowledge of daily care as it relates to your molars (and your entire smile), we think a quiz will help offer any clarity you may be seeking.
There’s nothing like bringing up the topic of dental floss to make some of our patients cringe. However, the good news is that when you like the floss you’re using and you feel confident about your dental hygiene, you’re more likely to have a neutral or positive reaction when we ask about your flossing. So, how to ensure you’re purchasing products that will get you to this point in your dental care? Our FAQs will help!
So, a friend of yours came to see us and mentioned that she needs oral appliance therapy. What’s that for? you may wonder to yourself, and might I need it someday? It’s entirely possible that you may be able to take advantage of this preventive treatment if you’re dealing with a functional disorder. Consider the reasons we suggest this noninvasive and very comfortable therapy option, so you have a better understanding of whether it may be something you’ll need in the future (or as soon as possible!).
Are you someone who has been spending time online lately trying to figure out how to address your tooth loss? How many teeth are you missing and what are you hoping to achieve? Fortunately, regardless of the number of missing teeth, as long as you are interested in getting your full smile back, we can help you with full or partial dentures. Before you make any assumptions about what this means, we strongly encourage you to learn a bit more about what dentures can offer you and your smile.