At Parkside Dental Care, we want the best for our patients’ oral health. We want our patients to have the knowledge about their dental health to know when something doesn’t feel right in the mouth. One common issue many of our patients experience is with their tooth enamel. Enamel is the outer covering that surrounds your teeth. Tooth enamel is actually the strongest substance in your body, but it is not indestructible, especially if you are not taking care of it properly.
Are you self-conscious about the placement of your teeth and would love to try an orthodontic option but are not interested in traditional metal braces? We can help you! Long gone are the days where your only orthodontic choice was metal braces. We have a popular orthodontic option that is the clear winner when compared to other options, especially if you are an adult. Interested in learning more? Continue reading to find out more and see if this is the right treatment for your needs.
There is the popular saying, “You are what you eat.” Not only does this saying apply to your overall health, but it also refers to your oral health. Your food choices and the way you eat may be negatively impacting your oral health and causing your current dental health issues, or they could lead to problems in the future. With the holiday season almost upon us, we want to share this information to make the changes you need to help yourself. We know that the holidays are a time for indulgence, but our words may help you make better choices during the upcoming season.
Would you love to make improvements to your smile? If you have been less than thrilled with the appearance of your smile, we can help. Aside from routine hygiene examinations and restorative dentistry treatments, we can also make changes to your smile with one of the cosmetic dentistry treatments we offer. Cosmetic dentistry can improve teeth that are severely stained, discolored, worn, chipped, broken, misshapen, or have gaps between them. If you are interested in learning more about the treatments and the many benefits they offer, continue reading.
At Parkside Dental Care, we know many of our patients are concerned about developing decay and other oral health problems. Do you know what it is that causes cavities and other issues such as gum disease? It’s plaque! We want to share some important information about plaque to help you improve your oral health.
Would you love to improve your smile but feel like your age is stopping you from pursuing a restorative or cosmetic dentistry treatment? Or have you postponed a recommended treatment and feel uncomfortable scheduling your appointment? We are here to tell all of our patients that it is never too late to improve your oral health, whether it is with a necessary treatment to restore the function of your teeth or to improve the appearance of your smile. Read on to learn more.
At Parkside Dental Care, we are passionate about helping our patients have a functioning and beautiful smile that they can enjoy for many years, if not their entire lives. While it is always the ultimate goal to have healthy teeth that will last a lifetime, unfortunately, due to a variety of reasons, that is not always the case. Recurring decay, gum disease, side effects from illness and medication, and trauma to the mouth can all be reasons we may recommend a restorative dentistry treatment.
Have we recently recommended a dental treatment or are you due for your routine hygiene examination? Whether you or a loved one currently needs an appointment at this time or not, you may need a restorative or cosmetic dentistry treatment in the near future. While it is extremely important to be diligent in scheduling your appointment in a timely fashion, it is just as important to follow our after-treatment instructions. Failing to follow our instructions can lead to serious complications. Continue reading to learn more.
At Parkside Dental Care, our goal is to help our patients achieve and maintain optimal oral health. We only see our patients a few times each year, so the bulk of the oral care responsibility lands on our patients. This is one of the reasons we are so passionate about proper oral care and developing an oral hygiene routine. We love answering questions and helping patients who are unsure of the proper steps to take to clean their teeth. While we normally share positive habits that we encourage patients to do daily, today we are sharing bad habits that can negatively affect your oral health. Bad habits can lead to discomfort as well as a dental emergency. These include:
Are you in need of a tooth replacement and are struggling to make a decision on which method to choose? There are many feelings involved when a tooth is lost and then needs to be replaced, and oftentimes it can be very overwhelming for patients to make the decision on a replacement. Our goal is to keep patients informed and help them make a decision on a treatment that will not only improve their quality of life but also be the best option for their lifestyle and budget. Interested in learning more about the tooth replacement options we offer to patients? Continue reading to learn more.