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6 Questions to Ask Your Dentist at Your Next Appointment

March 8, 2023

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Regular dental checkups and cleanings every six months are essential for maintaining good oral health. At these appointments, your dentist will check for any oral health issues and clean your teeth to remove plaque and tartar buildup. Don’t miss the opportunity to ask your dentist important questions about your oral health during these visits. Here are six questions to ask them during your next appointment to ensure that you have all the information you need to keep your smile healthy and strong.


Why it’s Crucial to Detect Oral Health Issues Early

January 18, 2023

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At first, you might not see the point of regular dental checkups. These visits can seem tedious, after all, so it’s natural to consider delaying or even skipping them. However, the truth is that they offer early detection of oral health issues. Such a feature has many benefits that improve your daily life. If you’d like to learn more about it, your local dentist can explain. Here, then, is a summary of why it’s crucial to detect oral health problems early.


What Are New Year’s Resolutions from Your Dentist to Have a Healthy Smile?

December 4, 2022

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Improving your health and keeping more money in your bank account, that’s a pretty excellent win-win situation right there. There are many New Year’s resolutions that will help you in both respects, and the ones that involve elevating your oral health certainly qualify. You can alter your daily oral hygiene regimen, and before long, you’ve changed a problematic behavior without even thinking about it. Keep reading for suggestions from your dentist in Putnam on New Year’s resolutions for a healthy smile.


Dental Insurance: What Does It Cover?

September 12, 2022

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Dental insurance can be a cumbersome and overwhelming reality when attempting to receive necessary oral healthcare. The terminology, available benefits, and coverage levels can become daunting and difficult to understand, causing many patients to forgo regular visits. If you are one of these individuals who struggles to know how much you’ll be expected to pay for your upcoming visit, the following article explains the typical breakdown of coverage levels so that you are better prepared when it comes time for your appointment.


Knocked-Out Tooth? Follow These 5 Essential Steps

August 16, 2022

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man with bike helmet having a knocked-out tooth and facial pain

You didn’t see that large rock in your path. One second, you’re riding your bike and enjoying the nice weather—the next, you’re on the ground with a lot of facial pain. And what’s worse, you discover that you’ve knocked out a tooth!

What should you do? How should you deal with this situation? Above all else, try not to panic! Stay calm and follow these five essential steps if you want to save the knocked-out tooth and get back to normal oral function as quickly as possible.


Which Foods Should You Avoid After Teeth Whitening?

June 15, 2022

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After investing in professional teeth whitening, you’ll be tempted to show off your stunning smile every chance you get! Your teeth may now look whiter and healthier than ever before. While the results are certainly jaw-dropping, they’re not meant to last forever. The good news is there are many precautions you can take to preserve your dazzling grin for as long as possible. If you really want to maintain your results, you should know which foods to avoid, especially in the first 48 hours following your treatment. Read on to find out how you’ll need to adjust your diet.


3 Major Duties of Dental Hygienists

May 4, 2022

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It isn’t just dentists who work at dental practices. As it happens, dental hygienists are also crucial to keeping things running. Having job responsibilities covering care and aftercare, they work alongside dentists to treat patients in more complex areas. Without them, the quality of your dental care would undoubtedly fall.

Learn more about dental hygienists’ importance by reading about these three critical duties they conduct throughout the day. You’ll be glad you did!


Veneers vs. Crowns: Which One’s Best for Your Smile?

April 13, 2022

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When your teeth don’t look their best, this can keep you from feeling confident and comfortable with your smile. Fortunately, there are several options available to correct the look of your pearly whites, including dental crowns and porcelain veneers. Though both offer aesthetic benefits, how can you know whether veneers or crowns are the best option for your smile? Read on to learn about what they are and how to know which one you should get.


Why Is the Message of TikTok’s Toothless Princess so Important?

March 4, 2022

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Talk about taking off – the app TikTok has grown exponentially in recent years so that they now have more than one billion active users! While most videos on TikTok involve dances or helpful life hacks, some creators have decided to spread messages of a more important nature. Look no further than Alicia, aka Princess Glitterhead, a young mother who became toothless before setting a goal of normalizing dentures.  Read on to learn about her journey, as well as the benefits of getting implant dentures.


7 Common Gum Disease Risk Factors

February 16, 2022

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 47.2% of adults ages 30 years and older and 70.1% of adults 65 years and older have some form of periodontal (gum) disease. It’s also the leading cause of tooth loss in the United States. Gum disease is usually the result of poor oral hygiene, but certain bad habits, medications, and health issues can put you at a higher risk of developing it. Knowing about the dangers associated with this infection can go a long way in preventing it and keeping your smile healthy. Read on to learn about seven common gum disease risk factors.

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