It’s hard to believe that another year has started. We hope that you had a wonderful holiday season seeing the ones you love and doing your favorite things. Now that the holiday season is behind us, it’s time to evaluate your oral health. The past few years have been challenging and difficult to say the least. We know that we have recommended treatments that have been postponed or delayed due to various circumstances. The start of the new year is the perfect time to get your oral health back on track. Delaying needed treatment can lead to serious complications with both your oral and overall health. Read on to learn more.
We don’t know about you, but at Integrity Dental, we are thrilled that the holiday season has rolled around again. We know that many of our patients are busy planning their holiday events, get-togethers with friends and family, and celebrating traditions that may have been cancelled during the last holiday season. While we want you to enjoy this season, we also want to give you a few reminders of ways to ensure optimal oral health during holiday festivities. We would hate for our patients to experience dental decay or a dental emergency due to overindulging.
Summer is a time to enjoy plenty of delicious foods and drinks when you are on vacation, at a party or summer cookout, or simply enjoying some time at home. Even though foods and drinks might taste delicious, it doesn’t necessarily mean that they are healthy for your teeth. In fact, many of the foods that many patients enjoy consuming are not the best for your oral health. Before summer comes to an end, we want to share some healthy foods that you can add to your diet that can help keep your teeth healthy and happy.
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.
There is a certain trifecta for healthy teeth – brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and regular check-ups with the dentist. When following these rules, you are sure to have healthy teeth and gums. Sometimes, we can forget that there are other bad habits that can sneak in and have a negative effect on our dental health. Keep reading to find out how to improve your overall dental health and if you have any of these bad habits.
The saying, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” certainly holds true when it comes to avoiding painful and costly dental problems. Our goal is to give you the best dental care possible, but it’s your own dental hygiene habits that really set you up for a lifetime of great oral health. We’re spreading the love this month by sharing key reminders on how you can prevent common dental conditions.