Month: September 2017

National Dental Hygiene Month And Your Implants

Did you celebrate National Dental Hygiene Month with us last year? If so, good for you! If you’re new to this, then you will be pleased to learn that this duration of recognition for keeping smiles healthy through home care happens during this upcoming 10th month of the year: October. For 2017, we’d like to… Read more »

3 Things To Tell Your Friends About Implants

Are you someone who has received dental implants and you’re extremely satisfied with your experience? If so, do you have a friend or loved one in need of tooth replacements and you feel very passionate about telling them to consider implants … but you’re not sure how to do this in a polite and helpful… Read more »

3 Things That Should Not Hurt (Ever)

There are some things that lead to pain that will not surprise you. If you drink something that’s extremely hot, oral pain is sure to follow. Bite into something that’s sharp and accidentally cut your gum tissue: Pain will likely come next. However, there are some details associated with your oral health and discomfort that… Read more »

New To Implants? Let Us Introduce You.

Are you someone who is brand new to considering dental implants? If so, you might have only the tiniest morsel of information, to which you’re clinging. Of course, even a little information is enough to gain the interest of someone who is looking for the best way to replace missing teeth. However, how to transition… Read more »

Bad Bedtime Habits That Threaten Implants

As always, one of your priorities is ensuring you’re keeping your dental implants safe and sound. You avoid very hard foods, you make sure you’re not asking too much of your smile, you brush twice daily, and you floss. You keep up with your preventive care visits. So, you wonder, what are you missing? Have… Read more »

Implants After Placement: What You Should Know

You might find yourself spending time daydreaming about the day you have dental implants, the process is all done, and you have a smile that’s intact, complete, and healthy again. However, when you rewind to present time and you’re thinking about placement and what happens just after it, you might not feel so certain about… Read more »