When you’re experiencing sensitive teeth, this feels like no minor obstacle. Instead, it’s something that can make you worry, that can make you physically uncomfortable, and that may feel like an issue that you don’t quite know how to tackle. Fortunately, we can report that with the help of some common questions (and answers), you will instantly feel better about things and you’ll have a plan for addressing your oral health needs.
When it comes to dental care, there are some things you shouldn’t do (and then the things you should do instead). We know that this is an entirely foreign world to you in many instances, which is why you can find yourself struggling with how to make the right decision. To help you feel like you’ve got your wits about you and you have a firmer handle on addressing your oral health, we offer some very common areas of uncertainty. Consider the way you should be guiding your smile and always ask for further advice during visits.
Have you recently learned the basics about bruxism disorder, which causes you to wonder if perhaps it is affecting your oral health? Or, do you assume this issue has nothing to do with you because you don’t remember ever clenching or grinding your teeth? (Hint: You won’t always know that you’re doing it). To help you get straight to the factual information you need to keep your smile safe, give yourself a leg up with the assistance of a quiz. (Then, of course, if you think you require care, give us a call to schedule your checkup).
If you’ve ever noticed how lovely Cleveland looks, that is in part because of the amazing volunteer turnout we have on an annual basis for the Cleveland Clean-Up event. If you’re interested in contributing to the cause, the clean up is right around the corner!
If you have learned that your oral health will be best protected with a dental extraction in the near future, you probably have some questions for us. First, we encourage you to recognize that this is a common procedure that patients require for a wide variety of reasons. As for the other stuff that you and most of our other patients end up wondering about as you schedule your procedure, the answers are important because they will help you feel relaxed and confident. Let’s get you started with responses to questions we hear very often.
When you’re not happy with your smile because of issues like spaces between teeth, crooked teeth, overlapping, and other concerns, you may be at a loss for the correct pathway to take to arrive at a solution. Is your smile frustration simply the result of an easy-to-fix esthetic issue that we may address with cosmetic care? Or, are you going to need help for a misalignment that affects your entire smile? To gain some clarity on the topic and how to proceed (don’t worry, there is always an answer), take a look through our questions and answers!
You might feel very comfortable asking a variety of questions of us for your preventive care. However, when it comes down to inquiries that are about the very building blocks of dental hygiene and oral health, you might feel a little uneasy about bringing them up. To this uncertainty, we immediately say: Ask us everything! It’s all equally important. Whether you need to learn more about toothpaste (don’t worry, we’ve got answers to pressing questions on the way) or something much more complex, we are always here to help.
When you aren’t sure what to make of porcelain veneers, it’s difficult to compare and contrast them with your other cosmetic dentistry options. However, when you become educated on your treatment choices, it becomes ever so simple to consider one treatment against the other as you make a final decision regarding perfecting and beautifying your grin. To help you feel more familiar with veneers (which is particularly helpful if you’re looking for a dramatic improvement for your smile), we’ve got the essential facts you need to form a solid foundation of knowledge.
As the summer approaches, is there something about the warmer weather that causes you to get the itch to travel? Do you visualize yourself jetting from one corner of the world to the other, toting along your suitcases and seeing the sights? If so, you can get a taste of the fun (literally) by joining our community for National Travel & Tourism Week. Learn more!
When you lose a tooth, whether from the result of an unexpected injury or due to disease, it can leave you feeling a little bit defeated and worried. Unfortunately, this often causes patients to avoid additional care and to attempt to deal with a reduced quality of life. The good news is that we can help you handle tooth loss by offering exquisite prosthetic dentistry solutions. Not sure how to respond to your missing tooth (or teeth) or where to begin? No worries. We can help.