If you are struggling with bad breath but not the kind that requires a quick brush and rinse, you might not know what to do. Before you worry that you’re stuck with this problem forever, we encourage you to recognize that the foul odor comes from a variety of underlying causes. By making your way through the potential list, identifying possibilities, and then dealing with them, you can get your breath back to an approachable level very soon.
So you have a denture that you are pretty sure needs fixing or replacing. Your crown used to fit correctly but it seems out of place when you bite down. You’re sort of certain a filling you got a long time ago never really fit correctly with your bite. Whatever the case may be, if you’re dealing with old dental work that seems like it could use some sprucing up (or complete replacement), it’s always best to come see us than to try to ignore it. Wondering why? Find out!
One of the most rewarding aspects of taking excellent care of your smile is knowing you’re doing all that you can to avoid tooth decay and other problems. One of the most frustrating experiences is to think you’re doing all that you can to prevent cavities only to deal them anyway. If this sounds like something you’ve been faced with, we encourage you to consider some of our suggestions for preventing decay, so your smile remains lovely and free of hygiene-related concerns.
If you’re as of yet uniformed or simply on the fence regarding dental sealants for your child, you will certainly benefit from some foundational details. We can quickly assist you in learning a bit about how they can help your child’s mouth remain healthy, how they can help you stress less, and how they can help your little one form good feelings about dental care. Ready for the information you’re missing? Let’s go!
Do you find it’s important to you that your community look as lovely as it truly is? Have you been curious if there’s a way to get involved to ensure this is the case? Perhaps you’ve noticed projects going on around town and have felt curious about who’s behind the work. Now, you can have all your questions answered and participate by heading out to the upcoming Keep Cleveland Beautiful Committee event.
When you decide it’s definitely time to do something about your misaligned teeth, you may find yourself gravitating toward Invisalign treatment. You know that it’s an alternative to traditional braces and that sounds pretty good but you might not really know much else about this orthodontic treatment. Curious about what you can expect? We’ve got some helpful information laid out for you that will assist you in making a bit of headway.
If you are given the news that you need a dental extraction, it’s because your tooth needs to be removed to protect your oral health. While you can certainly appreciate our goal to keep your smile in excellent condition, you might not really understand why we cannot save your tooth. Keep in mind that we only suggest an extraction when it is the only option left! As for some reasons this may come up, learn a bit more (and remember that we can replace your tooth if necessary).
Are you someone who has often looked at the surprising selection of herbal teas at the grocery store, wondering about their benefits and whether it’s time to try one? Perhaps you have heard friends talking about essential oils but you’ve never been sure how to proceed with learning more. To find out more regarding natural healing, tea, and oils, you may want to attend this upcoming Taste And Breathe Organic Tea Time event!
When Valentine’s Day rolls around, it might bring a mix of excitement and dread for you. First, you’re excited because it’s a lovely day that is all about romance! Next, of course, it’s a day that tends to provide you access to a lot of sugar, which you are well aware isn’t really ideal for your smile and oral health. To ensure you have a truly great time (without feeling worried or guilty the whole day), we are happy to help you prepare with a quick holiday-themed quiz!
There’s something about flossing that can turn an otherwise attentive, committed patient into someone ready to run for the hills. While this part of your dental hygiene is simple and effective, if you have questions, uncertainties, or frustration, you may find that it seems anything but easy. Before you toss this very important aspect of your care aside, we instead suggest you ask us your questions. To get you started on making the most of your flossing (and feeling good about the whole thing), we offer some helpful, reassuring guidance.