Do you have a young child in your life? If so, you are familiar with the struggle of helping them with their oral health. We want to help set children up for success with their oral health routine, not only to create lasting habits, but also to help avoid the possibility of experiencing tooth decay. Tooth decay is one of the most common chronic conditions found in children. We want to share some tips on how to help your child or young loved one prevent tooth decay:
Are you or someone you care about planning to start a family, currently pregnant, or a new parent? The arrival of a little one can be extremely exciting, and it seems like there is always something to purchase or prepare. After a baby is born, a new parent needs time to adjust to the routine of caring for an infant. Along with the preparations for a newborn, you should be taking your oral health into consideration. You may be surprised to learn that pregnancy can negatively affect your oral health and lead to severe dental complications. Pregnancy hormones can make you more susceptible to decay and gum disease. Below are recommendations for dealing with your oral health during all stages of pregnancy.
We have reached the time of year when many of us are shopping till we drop or clicking and buying until our fingers cramp. We are in the thick of the holiday season, and we can see it all around us. This is a time of year where we attend parties and events to give out the gifts we purchase and enjoy time with the people who are special in our lives. This is also the time of year where we may indulge more often in delicious treats and beverages than we might otherwise. We want to share some helpful tips to keep your mouth healthy this holiday season. Continue reading to learn more.
At Integrity Dental, we stress the importance of maintaining proper oral health to our patients of all ages. From a young age, we are shown how to care for our teeth and learn about how what we eat and drink can not only affect our overall health but our oral health as well. When children are younger, it is easier for parents to control their food choices and help care for their teeth. Once children move into their teenage years and start making their own choices, it can be more difficult to manage. We want to help our teenage patients understand the harm they can cause their teeth when they are not cared for properly.
While we are fully aware of what we as adults need to ensure that we maintain proper oral health, we may have some young ones in our lives who need some support in learning proper oral care. February is Children’s Dental Health Month—a month dedicated to the importance of helping children and caregivers learn the importance of early dental care and the proper techniques to care for their teeth. We would like to share some tips to help you teach your young loved ones how to properly care for their teeth.
Are you unhappy with the state of your teeth? Are you struggling to eat certain foods or constantly self-conscious due to missing teeth? You are not alone. If you are suffering from missing teeth, there are a large number of Americans in the same boat as you. It is estimated that over 178 million Americans are suffering from this condition. It is time for your unhappiness and struggling to come to an end with a life-changing restoration option. Read on to learn more about this popular treatment.
We are here to help make your life easier. How do we do that? By providing you with boutique-style dental options that serve your unique needs all in one location. Whether you are new to the area and looking for a family dentist, or you have been a part of our dental family for years, you will enjoy the peace of mind and simplicity that comes when you entrust your care to us.