We’re all spending more time at home these days so we can help stop the spread of coronavirus and keep our communities safe. With extra time at home, it’s important not to forget about your dental hygiene. You don’t want unpleasant surprises when you come back to Smiles Dental for a regular cleaning & exam!
If your teeth look a bit yellowish then it’s possible there’s some plaque build up. Our blog has some tips on removing it but removing tartar is something only the professionals can do. Come see your nearest Smiles Dental office for a professional cleaning to leave your mouth feeling fresh and your smile bright.
Nearly 70 million Americans suffer from gum disease—a debilitating, yet completely preventable, dental disease. Check out our blog post where we go over the symptoms of gingivitis and also present ways that you can avoid developing advanced gum disease in the future.
You may think you’re taking excellent care of your teeth by brushing and flossing on a regular basis and seeing the dentist as often as you’re supposed to, but then not be aware of the fact that some everyday habits can seriously harm your oral health. Check out our blog post for 5 habits that can harm your teeth.
If you’ve just received a dental crown or a dental implant, you may be looking into the best ways to take care of your restoration so that it lasts you as long as possible. Check out our blog post for advice on caring for your dental crowns and dental implants.
If you have been told you have a cavity that needs filling, you may be wondering what that process entails. In fact, fillings are straightforward and routine procedures. Check out our blog post where we let you know what you can expect if you’re headed into our office to have a cavity filled.
Important milestones help you keep track of your child’s growth and development. Dental milestones are no different: they can help you understand and prepare for the next steps so you can care for your child’s oral health. Check out our blog post for details on these milestones.
When you receive oral surgery, whether it’s a tooth extraction, wisdom teeth removal, or something else, you’ve just taken an important step in looking after your dental health—but you’re not quite done yet. To ensure you have the easiest and speediest recovery possible, you need to know how to take care of your oral hygiene and manage any potential pain after your dental surgery. Read our blog post for details.
Oral surgery, like any surgery, can seem daunting–especially when it comes to recovery. To have the best chance at a quick recovery, it’s always smart to be prepared. Read our blog post for a look at the basics of post-op care so that you’ll be ready if you or a loved one goes in for a procedure.