Are you pregnant or planning to become pregnant in the near future? Did you know that pregnant women are more likely to experience tooth decay and gum disease? Even if you are not expecting at this time, it is possible that you have a loved one or friend who might be. While being pregnant is an exciting time, it can also be a time of exhaustion, illness, and food cravings. These symptoms can affect your dental health more than you realize. We wanted to share how your dental health can be affected during pregnancy and some helpful tips to keep your teeth in tip-top shape. Even if you aren’t expecting, this would be great to forward to a friend or loved one who is or soon will be. Their dental health is important too! Keep reading to learn more.
At Parkside Dental Care, we always try our best to attempt every solution to fix a problem tooth. Unfortunately, there are certain instances where our recommendation is a tooth extraction. This is the process of fully removing the tooth and tooth root from the mouth. Even though permanent teeth are meant to last a lifetime, there are instances where care or injury changes that outcome.
Parkside Dental Care is inviting new patients to visit our office in Montgomery, AL and experience the difference 35+ years of experience makes. As a top-rated dentist in the Montgomery area, Dr. Ronald Barganier has built a reputation for being knowledgeable, professional, and most of all, caring and compassionate when it comes to his patients’ oral health needs.
Do you long for a dentist who makes you feel like they truly care about you and your family and meeting everyone’s needs? Do you dread going to the dentist because you feel like you are only a number and your concerns aren’t being addressed? At Parkside Dental Care, located in Montgomery, AL, we pride ourselves on offering comprehensive dental care for the whole family, with experience you can trust.
When was the last time that you visited our office for a dental cleaning and exam? If you can’t remember the last time you saw us or you know it was longer than 6 months ago, it is time to pick up the phone and make an appointment. Regular dental cleanings and exams are extremely important not only for your oral health, but your overall health as well.
At Parkside Dental Care, we strive to bring you a dental experience you can trust. We value our patients’ perspectives and respect their opinions. We want to be sure that our patients feel they are receiving the quality care that we strive to offer.
With the start of a new year, we are wishing nothing but health and happiness for all of our patients in the year ahead. It is our goal to help our patients achieve optimal oral health.
December is here, which means many of us are in full swing preparing for the upcoming holidays. While things may look a little different this year, with cancelled holiday parties and smaller family gatherings, there are still those constants that we can always look forward to: beautifully wrapped packages, twinkling decorations, and delicious holiday treats. If you are anything like the famous movie character, Buddy the Elf, and you stick to his four main food groups of candy, candy canes, candy corn, and syrup, you may be visiting our office to ring in the new year. We are in no way suggesting that you eliminate delicious treats during your celebrations, but we are here to suggest some helpful tips to keep your oral health in check while you partake in the festivities of the season.
Do you avoid visiting the dentist out of fear or nervousness? Or perhaps you’ve had a negative dental experience and it left you hesitant to try a new dentist out of fear of the unexpected. Both of these scenarios are among the reasons a patient might be a great candidate for sedation dentistry. Sedation dentistry is the process of using medications in various ways to calm a patient before and during a dental procedure.
Here at Parkside Dental Care, we pride ourselves on and are committed to using advanced technology to provide the highest level of dental care. If you need dental X-rays, 3D cone beam scanning may be a good option for you. Cone beam imaging in dentistry is transforming the way dentists are able to gather information about oral health and diagnose their patients.