The start of a new year is a time for reflection on experiences you had in the prior year as well as changes you may like to see in the new year. We encourage our patients to think about the state of their oral health over the past year and any changes or improvements they would like to see. We encourage our patients to be proactive with their dental health as a way to prevent dental complications from arising in the near future.
It’s hard to believe that Thanksgiving is over and the holiday season is upon us. This is a busy season for many that is full of events with the family and holiday parties and get-togethers. One aspect of the holidays that most people love is the treats that are only available during this time of year. While special treats are nostalgic and enjoyable, it is important not to overindulge. Overdoing the food and sweet treats during this time of year can wreak havoc on your teeth in the new year. Read on to learn some helpful tips to keep your teeth healthy during the holiday season.
We don’t know about you, but we cannot believe that Thanksgiving is almost here and then the hustle and bustle of the holiday season will be upon us. While we hope all of our patients remain healthy during this time, occasional illnesses are always possible. If you should happen to fall ill, there are certain changes you should be making to protect your oral health and help improve your overall health.
We don’t know about you but we are loving the arrival of summer. There is so much to enjoy between the hot weather, longer days and nights, vacation plans, plans with family and friends, and the list can go on and on. No matter what plans you have this summer, we are sure there is going to be plenty of delicious food and drink to enjoy. Unfortunately, many of the delicious foods and drinks to enjoy at your festivities may not be the best for your oral health. We want to share some healthy foods that you should include in your diet that will help your oral health.
When was the last time you visited our office for a hygiene examination and cleaning? If it has been longer than six months, we encourage you to call our office today and schedule an appointment. We know that between work, school activities, sports, family time, and other commitments time can easily get away from you. We want to encourage all of our patients to make their oral health a priority. Delaying, postponing, and avoiding cleanings and needed treatments can cause issues and concerns that will affect not only your oral health, but potentially your overall health as well. Read on to learn about the importance of visiting our office.