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5 Important Questions to Ask During Your Dental Checkup

December 25, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — englewoodflorida @ 5:01 pm

Smiling man in dentist’s chairBrushing and flossing are effective at keeping your teeth and gums healthy, but they aren’t enough to keep common issues at bay. The American Dental Association recommends a cleaning and checkup every 6 months. Preventive dentistry keeps your mouth healthy to support your overall wellness. Your dentist can learn a lot about your dental health with a quick examination; however, it’s also your opportunity to understand more about your smile. Here are 5 questions to ask your dentist during your next cleaning and checkup.


Why You Don’t Need to Be Shy About Getting Dental Implants

August 9, 2023

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3D render of a dental implant

Dental implants can drastically alter the way that your smile looks and feels. It’s possible that you may have encountered one of them in person and have not even known it—they’re that subtle!

However, as with any change in your appearance, you might be a little bit apprehensive. Don’t worry, you shouldn’t be. Here are a few reasons why dental implants are nothing to be embarrassed of.


Why Summer is the Perfect Time to Start Invisalign Treatment

June 5, 2023

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young woman holding her Invisalign aligner in the sun

If you’re looking to straighten your smile as easily and comfortably as possible, Invisalign aligners are hard to beat. These clear plastic trays can nudge your teeth into alignment, giving you the smile you’ve always hoped for without anyone being the wiser.

If that sounds interesting, good news—this summer is the perfect time to start Invisalign treatment. Here’s why that is.


Fact-Busting 4 Myths About Gum Disease

January 27, 2023

Filed under: Uncategorized — englewoodflorida @ 1:39 am

Myths and facts revealed

Brushing and flossing are important for preventing cavities, but did you know tooth decay isn’t the only threat to your smile? Gum disease is also a leading cause of tooth loss, but the infection can also increase your risk of many health issues, like heart disease and diabetic complications. While you might believe your smile is safe from the infection, here are the facts behind 4 common myths about gum disease.


4 New Year’s Resolutions for a Healthy & Happy Smile

December 8, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — englewoodflorida @ 2:16 pm
a couple smiling about New Year’s resolutions in Englewood

One of the most popular things to do in January is to make New Year’s resolutions for self-improvement. However, according to recent studies, about 60-75% of these goals don’t typically make it past February. While many of these promises are optimistic, there isn’t usually a solid plan to help manifest the desired results. That said, if you’re looking for something beneficial and practical, you may want to simply start with your oral health. Read on to learn four smile-friendly resolutions that can promote stronger and healthier pearly whites in the new year!


Brrr! 3 Winter Mouth Issues and How to Protect Your Smile from the Cold

November 4, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — englewoodflorida @ 6:45 pm
woman smiling in winter weather

A warm cup of hot chocolate. A cozy hat. A sizzling fire. There are so many things about winter that make you smile. Unfortunately, the cold weather can cause some uncomfortable symptoms as you flash those pearly whites! Here are three of the most common issues that affect our mouth during the cold months and what you can do to help them.


Why You Might Need Root Canal Retreatment

October 4, 2022

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Patient receiving root canal retreatment in Englewood, FL

Root canal therapy is arguably one of the best possible ways to salvage a damaged or compromised tooth. A tooth that has undergone this treatment is essentially given a second chance at life; but only if you’re able to properly maintain it moving forward! That said, in some cases the procedure needs to be completed a second time in the future in order to ensure its continued success. Keep reading to learn more from your dentist about root canal retreatment and what you can expect during the process.


Tips on Recovering from Getting a Dental Crown

August 4, 2022

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3D illustration of dental crown

Have you been struggling recently with a cracked or broken tooth? You are probably looking forward to that dental visit to get some relief from the discomfort. They recommended you get a dental crown, but you are wondering if the procedure will hurt. Your dentist in Englewood going to ensure you are comfortable during the procedure, but it may take a few days afterward for your mouth to feel normal. Keep reading to learn what to expect and get some tips on managing discomfort and temporary crown care.


Will My Gum Disease Go Away After Tooth Extractions?

June 2, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — englewoodflorida @ 12:27 am
Gum disease letter cubes

Gum disease is usually easy to prevent by maintaining an excellent oral hygiene routine and seeing your dentist every six months for cleanings and checkups. That being said, nearly half of American adults over the age of 30 are suffering from gum disease at one stage or another. As symptoms progress, it becomes much more difficult and even impossible to reverse. If you’ve been suffering from advanced gum disease for a while, it probably feels like you’re running out of options. You may think that extracting your teeth is the best chance at eliminating the infection for good. Here’s what you should know.


3 Signs That You’re Brushing Your Teeth Too Hard

May 10, 2022

Filed under: Uncategorized — englewoodflorida @ 11:19 am
Man brushing his teeth

Did you know there’s such a thing as brushing your teeth too hard? You might find the fact somewhat surprising. Given dentists’ constant advice, many patients would think there’s no such thing as brushing too forcefully. Still, it’s true: applying too much pressure during the process can harm your oral health.

Are you wondering if the hard brushing habit applies to you? Then read on to learn its effects, its signs, and ways to be a better tooth brusher.

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