Do you have any signs of gum disease mentioned in our blog? Please contact our office to get started on a personalized treatment plan as soon as possible! Regular dental exams and cleanings are great prevention. Schedule your exam before the holidays!
Dental health care adds substantially to overall health. That is why it is important to take notice of the wellness of the teeth and also gums, to the avoidance of oral conditions. Listed below, read more concerning how to keep your periodontals healthy and balanced and your teeth solid for a very long time. NORMAL … Continued
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.
Periodontal disease, also known as gum disease, is a condition that affects millions of Americans each year. Read our blog post to learn about periodontal disease, including prevention and treatments.
Read our blog post to learn about the warning signs of gum disease. We provide periodontal disease treatment–contact us to improve your gum health!
Have you recently undergone bone graft surgery? If so, you’re on the right track toward a strong and successful oral health! However, that will only be the case if you recover properly. So, to help you care for your smile and grafting site following your treatment, our Smiles Dental team recommends that you do the … Continued
What’s your New Year’s Resolution for 2016? Are you hoping to lose weight? Eliminate a bad habit or have a good health? For most of us, the answer is at least one or all of the above. Every New Year we set goals for ourselves that are typically S.M.A.R.T. (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely) … Continued
Note from Smiles Dental: This post was written by guest blogger and Smiles Dental mom, Monique Tindall. She hopes that by sharing her personal dental stories, other parents will understand the importance of dental health for their kids. Her articles take a look at the humorous side of teeth-brushing and dentist visits. Thanks for reading! … Continued
Each tooth in your mouth plays an important role in your overall dental health. So, choosing not to replace a missing tooth can eventually be a serious mistake. Tooth Loss Can Soon Follow Here’s what happens: A missing tooth allows the other teeth to shift out of place, altering their proper alignment. And teeth that … Continued
Getting an x-ray of your teeth is often a routine procedure when you visit the dentist. However, you may wonder what x-rays are supposed to look for, who is more likely to get regular x-rays, and what types of dental x-rays are available. What Do Dental X-Rays Look For? X-rays create an image of the … Continued